Ofsted to focus on impact of children’s social care exemptions as local authority visits resume

Fiona Simpson
Monday, August 17, 2020

Ofsted is set to assess local authorities on the impact of controversial exemptions to children’s social care legislation on services during the Covid-19 pandemic as so-called assurance visits resume in September.

Yvette Stanley: It’s vital that we look at how children are being cared for and protected. Picture: Ofsted
Yvette Stanley: It’s vital that we look at how children are being cared for and protected. Picture: Ofsted

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