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Bath and North East Somerset Council

BANES have a specialist team working with adolescents known as the Adolescent Risk Team (ART) and What Works for Children’s Social Care will be supporting them to evaluate the impact of this team. Relationship-based practice is at the heart of ART so this is a fantastic opportunity to create evidence that shows the positive impact of relationships on outcomes for vulnerable young people.

An Evidence Masterclass will be delivered in BANES to support the management team to use evidence effectively in the design and delivery of services.

Bath and North East Somerset (BANES) worked with What Works for Children’s Social Care to develop and test the PINE process, making them well placed to continue to improve how evidence is used in their organisation.

Leigh Zywek – Head of Service Safeguarding said:

“We are delighted to work with What Works for Children’s Social Care and to build upon the good work that out Adolescent Risk team already does. This is a great opportunity to explore the impact and the difference that this team is making for our most vulnerable young people through the use of PINE.”