Supporting Children’s Homes To Provide Outstanding Care 

Supporting Children’s Homes To Provide Outstanding Care 

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Bi-monthly information on developments in the children’s homes sector

We are excited to let you know about CHQ TRAINING 2.0!

We are taking a big step forward with our training offer. The great news is that our courses have been very popular, and you tell us that they support you in your work and to make a positive difference for children in your homes. We are so pleased that you are embracing reflective practice and a love-led approach and that you are making the quality standards come to life.

Now we are ready to build a stronger training offer!

Margaret Davies has stepped into a new CHQ Learning and Development Lead role to drive this forward

We are also delighted to introduce you one of our new trainers, Mary-Anne Hodd.

Mary-Anne is passionate about changing the narrative surrounding ‘kids in care’. She brings expertise from her own care experience to connect the child’s voice to the heart of ‘services’ they use. She is a change maker who, amongst other things, designed, proposed and implemented a guarantor scheme for care leavers in Devon, and is now rolling that out nationwide.


Details of all our current training can be found here www.childrenshomesquality.com/training-2/
If you would like us to providing training to your whole team or arrange training tailored to your home please contact margaret@childrenshomesquality.com

Ofsted Inspection Framework

The residential child care sector supports some of our most vulnerable children and young people. Therefore, inspection must shine a spotlight on what works well and drive improvement in homes where children’s welfare is not safeguarded and promoted.

Regulations and Quality Standards: The Law

Regulations and Quality Standards: The Guide


The Ofsted Inspection Framework