Your feedback fuels our improvement

The SILP methodology has been tried and tested in over 200 cases. We have worked with Partnerships all over England and Wales who have helped us to hone and perfect our model through structured feedback.
Many return to us to conduct second, third and fourth reviews and/or train teams with us to increase capacity to  who have returned to us to conduct SILP reviews for them or have built in -house capacity to deliver the model themselves. 
We also commissioned an evaluation of our approach in order to gain a deeper insight in how it feels to be a review participant. 


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“The feedback that we’ve had from practitioners in particular has been that they felt very informed, very confident to be involved. They felt supported throughout.People particularly found the Learning Event discussion helpful. What I was very impressed with is the openness and the honesty and the transparency that some practitioners had in terms of being really open about what happened.” Karen Wright SILP Review Commissioner

“It was an excellent process . . . the very positive feedback we have received and in respect of your management of the process…the learning has been invaluable to both myself and the SCR Sub and we are very pleased to have had the opportunity.” Helen Willis, Local Safeguarding Children Board Coordinator North East Lincolnshire

“I would like to thank you for the support you gave during this process and felt that it was extremely helpful and has given us the opportunity to reflect on practice and raise issues that need addressing.” Lisa Thornton, Independent Chair, Quality & Performance Team, Lincolnshire

“I had lost sight of the child in my recording and focused on the adults needs. The SILP process, albeit a painful experience was extremely therapeutic. The multi-agency element has changed my recording practice to be more robust on the purpose of contact, detailed analysis and planned outcomes for the child” Experienced Health Visitor

“The SILP process allows for more meaningful learning, its less threatening for practitioners, so they are willing to engage as all agencies work together to identify the learning outcomes with the help of the facilitator, rather than being told what they are by a panel. The SCR can lose sight of the learning in favour of producing a good enough report.” Designated Lead Nurse for Safeguarding

“Our Experience: learning in action, engaging staff and managers in SCR experience, therapeutic for some, painful for others, value for money – effective and efficent, timeliness and cost, quality of outcomes, principles used for professionals working with highly resistant family” A Safeguarding Board Manager