Case Study 1. Largest CountyLines Project in the UK Geographical area: Pan London Project Aim: ‘This project will develop and deliver a support service for young people who are more →
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Professionals Rally Round to Dramatically Reduce the Number of Children Being Permanently Excluded From Schools
A unique service in Peterborough, dedicated to reducing the number of children permanently excluded in schools, is helping to provide a range of specialist support to children with additional needs more →
Across Shropshire, partners are using ECINS to work together and share relevant information. The multi-agency approach, the training that has been undertaken, the engagement with schools and the partnership with more →
Every year around 5’000 young people are excluded from school. Many of these turn to crime and only 15% return to mainstream education. In an effort to intervene earlier, Northamptonshire more →
Allan Lugrin, Families with Future Analyst at Borough of Poole spoke to us about the work his team is doing around Troubled Families and ECORYS Submissions. “Initially we were using more →
With the news that the Government has commissioned a consortium of research bodies to keep track of its Troubled Families Programme, Councils are now tasked with compiling progress reports and more →
Having our information on ECINS … enables our Outreach Team to work outside of the office in community settings thus providing significant cost and time savings.
Deborah Hooton, Service Manager, Nottinghamshire Sexual Violence Support Services
I think the pure beauty of ECINS is that it offers a single record which means that everything is in one single place.
Claire George, Executive Headteacher Peterborough Learning Centres (PRUs) and Head of Pupil Referral Service, Peterborough City Council
The difference ECINS is making to our organisation for efficiency, effectiveness, accessibility and managing our caseloads is enormous.
Kirsty Richardson, Head of Operations, Tiny Life
Knowing that the information is on the system, but can’t be accessed by the whole network reassures the young person making disclosures, whilst also enabling an inclusive management of risk.
Jules Trompowsky, Rescue and Response Partnership Coordinator, Rescue and Response Project (County Lines), Brent Council, UK