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  • Pass It On Project
  • Complex Case Discussion Process
  • Local Cultural Education Partnership
  • Deputy Heads conference
  • Schools Forum Minutes
  • Safer Schools and Young People
  • School bulletin March 2019
  • Accent Music Education Hub
  • Little Mermaid


Past It on Project
Applies to-All Schools 

Click here to view information about pass it on project.

Click here to view information about safeguarding training


Complex Case Discussion Process
Applies to-All Schools 

Halton has created a reflective group discussion model for our Child Protection cases where the child’s life is not improving after a period of 9 months. This coincides with the second child protection review. At this point the Conference Chair will discuss within the review the need to request a Complex Case discussion. Partner agencies will be asked to complete a reflective statement outlining what is working well for the child and their family and what needs to happen to improve the child’s life/reduce risk factors. This will enable partner agencies to be virtually represented during the Complex Case discussion.

The Divisional Manager for Child In Need/Child Protection will chair the meeting and take account of partners’ contributions when detailing the plan for the child and their family. This will be a reflective, creative discussion which will look at and explore alternative approaches with the family; it will offer support as well as professional challenge and enable senior management oversight in a timely manner.  The outcome of this discussion will be given as feedback to partner agencies via Halton’s Safeguarding Unit.

A short summary of these discussions will be shared at 6 monthly intervals with Halton’s senior leadership team who will review the effectiveness of the process.

Terms of Reference and supporting paperwork for the Complex Case discussion process can be found on the Procedures page of the HSCB website:


Local Cultural Education Partnership


Applies to   Headteachers / arts coordinators / arts subject leads

Below is the link to a survey for Halton Local Cultural Education Partnership (LCEP), supported by Curious Minds. The partnership includes a range of local cultural organisations and schools, including Norton Priory Museum Trust, Halton Libraries, Widnes Academy and The Heath School.

The LCEP are undertaking a survey of creative activity in schools, in order to understand the local picture and create a better, joined up offer for children and young people in Halton.  The survey only takes 5 minutes to complete and as an added incentive, the LCEP are offering a chance to win a free half day workshop in music or drama, for a single class, led by professional practitioners. you have until 30 April to complete the survey.


Deputy Heads Conference
Applies to-All Schools 

Please find attached a draft programme for the forthcoming Warrington and Halton Deputy Heads conference.

The venue is the Park Royal Hotel, Stretton on Thursday, 2nd and Friday, 3rd May 2019.

If you wish to attend then please book on via


Schools Forum Minutes
Applies to-All Schools 

please see attached School forum minutes


Safer Schools and Young People
Applies to-All Schools 

Click here to view information


School bulletin March 2019

Applies to-All Schools 

If you have a project or an idea that you require advice and funding assistance with, please fill out an Enquiry Form.

Schools Bulletin – March 2019

Funding Bulletins Home Page


Accent Music Education Hub
Applies to-All Schools 

‘Accent’ Music Education Hub click here for more information


Little Mermaid
Applies to-All Schools 

Monday 8th – Tuesday 9th April 2019
Monday 8th – 1pm & 5pm
Tuesday 9th – 3pm

Presented by Joseph Purdy Productions. Join us this Easter for the shrimply fabulous, feel good, out of this World family musical as the story of the Little Mermaid is re-told. Join the Little Mermaid on this underwater adventure. The Brindley Theatre is the plaice to be this Easter!

Full price: £18.50, Concessions: £17.50  | Family tickets available. Tel: 0151 907 8360