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Welcome to Solihull LSCP


Solihull LSCP understand that during this difficult time, you as a young person, parents or practitioner will find it difficult adjusting to what is going on around us. We have provided links on our practitioners, children's and parents pages to offer some guidance. We hope you and your families are well, stay safe and look after yourselves. 

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Children and Young People

Parents and Carers


Solihull LSCP has three key priorities for 2019/2020:

  • To support the delivery of Early Help services
  • To help partners understand and adopt behaviours and influences to address neglect and evaluate different tools and approaches.
  • To help children at risk of exploitation and provide support into adulthood


Significant changes to local multi-agency children’s safeguarding arrangements were established through the Children and Social Work Act 2017. The Act creates new duties for the local authority, clinical commissioning groups and police to make arrangements locally to safeguard and promote the welfare of children in their area.

  • Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council, Birmingham and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group, and West Midlands Police have been working with our other local partners to develop our new arrangements for working together to safeguard children in Solihull. We have now published our new arrangements, and adoped them as our new way of working on Wednesday 1st May 2019.
  • Under these new arrangements we are known as the Solihull Local Safeguarding Children Partnership. Full details are available here.
  • These safeguarding arrangements have been designed to allow partner agencies and practitioners to react to local safeguarding needs in a more flexible and dynamic way. Learning and improvement has been placed at the centre of the arrangements, with a focus on understanding the impact of our work on the outcomes for local children and young people.
  • We also recognise the importance of understanding how our new arrangements relate to the work of other local partnerships and wider governance framework. This is set out within the published document, together with our arrangements for independent scrutiny of our work, which we very much welcome.
  • We believe these arrangements demonstrate our commitment to keeping children and young people safe in Solihull, and to working with our partners to continuously improve our effectiveness in achieving this. We look forward to building on the strong partnership commitment and support we enjoyed as a Local Safeguarding Children Board as we embark on this new way of working.