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The social care common inspection framework (SCCIF): an introduction

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From April 2017 the new social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) takes effect.

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The social care common inspection framework (SCCIF): an introduction

  1. 1. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 1
  2. 2. Social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) The SCCIF applies to inspections of: children’s homes, including secure children’s homes independent fostering agencies boarding schools and residential special schools voluntary adoption agencies adoption support agencies residential family centres residential holiday schemes for disabled children further education colleges (residential provision). An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 2
  3. 3. Consultation on the future of social care inspection: a reminder We made proposals about: our principles for inspection a new approach to inspections of local authority children’s services from 2018 a new common inspection framework for all social care establishments, agencies, boarding schools, residential special schools and further education colleges (residential provision) from April 2017 changes to inspections of independent fostering agencies (IFAs), including a shorter notice period for inspections and earlier returns to IFAs judged as less than good. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 3
  4. 4. Consultation and pilots  218 replies to online consultation.  Meetings/webinars/events with 250+ individuals, including:  children and young people  providers  representative groups, e.g. ADCS, Alliance for Children in Care, LandEx, national IRO managers group  social workers  foster carers.  Eight pilot inspections testing the SCCIF and short-notice inspections of independent fostering agencies (four IFA pilots). An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 4
  5. 5. Our inspection principles  To focus on the things that matter most to children’s lives.  To be consistent in our expectations of providers.  To prioritise our work where improvement is needed most. The SCCIF embodies these principles. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 5
  6. 6. Consultation and pilots  The vast majority agreed with the SCCIF proposals:  a greater simplicity and understanding of the inspection process  emphasis on children’s experiences and progress was widely welcomed  some concern that not all of the aspects of the SCCIF would be relevant to all types of service provider.  Positive feedback from pilot inspectors and providers - inspection methodology and evaluation criteria relevant, clear and proportionate.  Short notice for IFA inspections worked well. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 6
  7. 7. Our response to the consultation and pilots  Principles agreed, with slight amendments for clarity.  Publication of the SCCIF on Wednesday 22 February, for use from 1 April 2017.  Common judgement structure:  overall experiences of children and young people, taking into account:  how well children are helped and protected  the effectiveness of leaders and managers.  Evaluation criteria amended to take account of feedback.  A reduced notice period for independent fostering agencies – now two working days.  We will re-inspect IFAs judged as inadequate within six to 12 months, and IFAs judged as requires improvement within 12 to 18 months. Full consultation outcomes report available at: www.gov.uk/government/consultations/future-of-social-care-inspection. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 7
  8. 8. Principle: to focus on the things that matter most to children’s lives  The experiences and progress of children and other service users will be central to SCCIF inspections.  There will be key areas of evidence that we will usually report on at each inspection. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 8
  9. 9. Principle: to be consistent in our expectations of providers  The same judgement structure for all settings.  The evaluation criteria and the accompanying guidance will be, wherever possible, consistent across settings.  Information requirements clearly set out. But the SCCIF is not a ‘one-size-fits-all’ framework  When it is necessary, the SCCIF will reflect and address the unique and distinct aspects of each type of provision, such as:  specific evaluation criteria are added or amended where necessary  judgements will take account of the experiences of adult service users, where relevant. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 9
  10. 10. Principle: to prioritise our work where improvement is needed most  A proportionate, risk-based approach to inspections.  We will usually visit children’s homes and independent fostering agencies that are not yet good more frequently than good or outstanding homes/agencies.  We retain the right to return earlier to good or outstanding providers where we have concerns. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 10
  11. 11. What do we mean by progress?  We recognise that for some children, because of their previous life experiences, progress is not always straightforward.  Progress in one area may result in deterioration in another as they work through the impact of their past experiences.  Even slight progress in a particular aspect of their lives may represent a significant improvement for some children.  Inspectors take into account individual children’s starting points and circumstances, such as educational attainment and experiences. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 11
  12. 12. Does the SCCIF raise the bar for good and outstanding?  We have not intended to raise the thresholds for good or outstanding judgements by introducing the SCCIF.  But any changes to the way we inspect will have an impact.  We will continually review the impact of the SCCIF, including any changes in inspection outcomes, with a formal review after 12 months – please let us know your views. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 12
  13. 13. Presenting the SCCIF  All the framework guidance is available on www.gov.uk as a web-based manual – easy to navigate and search, printable (a PDF version is available on request) www.gov.uk/government/collections/social-care-common- inspection-framework-sccif. An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 13
  14. 14. Questions? Please contact: socialcare@ofsted.gov.uk An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 14
  15. 15. Ofsted on the web and on social media www.gov.uk/ofsted http://reports.ofsted.gov.uk www.linkedin.com/company/ofsted www.youtube.com/ofstednews www.slideshare.net/ofstednews www.twitter.com/ofstednews An introduction to the social care common inspection framework (SCCIF) Slide 15

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