This session gives an overview of the use of performance data and intelligence to inform service improvement and development. This event is mainly aimed at practitioners working in Children’s Services and Performance teams who analyse and develop performance information and intelligence and practitioners who undertake quality assurance processes. It explores some of the performance products we use, some of which can drill down to individual worker and child level, and looks at how our approach has developed through collaboration with staff and managers.
‘I love the golden thread that runs through what Leeds wants to achieve for children with how you record performance but more importantly how Leeds USE the reports. Great service of reporting- very impressive and something I would like my council to replicate’
An overview of Leeds’s commitment to and investment in Restorative Practice and the importance of relationships. The event covers the philosophy of Restorative Practice, considerations and learning from implementing it across children’s services, an overview of the Restorative Practice leadership offer in Leeds, and consideration of the wider impact of Restorative Practice across the whole children’s services partnership and in Human Resources and Complaint processes.
‘The event was thought provoking and inspiring. Thank you Gail for your frank and honest approach to how you work in Leeds. Hearing from your practitioners was really helpful to see what it looks like in practice’