Communications

We want to ensure that the views of children and young people, and their parents and carers, contribute to developing best practice, and that frontline staff and managers are integral to informing learning and improvement.

Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership have a strong focus on communications, including Participation & Engagement through which we aim to achieve the following:

  • Children and young people, their families and carers and members of the public have an improved understanding of the aims and role of the Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership.
  • Staff and managers have an improved understanding of the aims and role of the Suffolk Safeguarding Partnership.Communication of lessons learnt from local and national Serious Case Reviews to ensure these contribute to improving practice.
  • Increased awareness of key issues to promote the safety and wellbeing of children within Suffolk.

 The general methods of communication used by the SSP are (amongst others):