This paper builds on previous work published in 2012 by the Virtual Staff College which identified the changing requirements for leadership sitting at the nexus of multiple systems, as distinct from traditional models of leadership that have tended to focus on elite individual leaders in the most senior positions.
Serious Case Reviews (SCRs) are one of the mechanisms through which organisations can learn to protect children better. Reviews which focus on identifying learning can help organisations to change, and become environments in which both the systems and practice can be safely challenged and improved.
As part of the final phase of the DCS Leadership Provision, the DfE asked the Virtual Staff College to co-ordinate a short literature review to: "look at how CSE is defined in selected countries, to what extent there is consistency in the response of public agencies around the world, and what the UK can learn from experiences elsewhere?"
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