Serious Case Reviews
Learning from national Serious Case Reviews
For a list of all National Serious Case Review Publications, please visit the NSPCC National repository of case reviews. The NSPCC thematic briefings highlight the learning from case reviews that are conducted when a child dies or is seriously injured and abuse or neglect are suspected. Each briefing focuses on a different topic, pulling together key risk factors and practice recommendations to help practitioners understand and act upon the learning from case reviews.
Serious Case Review – Child T
North Tyneside Safeguarding Children Board (NTSCB) commissioned a Serious Case Review into the case of Child T to identify any significant learning, so as to be assured that all partner agencies can continue to learn from joint working practice and that this supports continuous improvement. A copy of the case briefing note which gives the background information to the case can be found here and a copy of the executive summary of the case can be found here.