Unqualified staff managing child protection cases in Suffolk

September 2010
Community Care;9/9/2010, Issue 1834, p9
The article reports that according to an unannounced report of Great Britain's Office for Standards in Education, England (Ofsted) eight children on child protection plans are at risk in Sufflok, England because unqualified staff is responsible for day-to-day work on the cases at Ofsted.


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