Part 1: From the serious case review report identify the key findings and make comparisons with findings from other serious cases reviews and research and identify recurring themes.
Part 2: In this section you will demonstrate your developing understanding and expertise of statutory children and families social work.
Identifying three separate incidents around which to focus your critical argument, discuss what should have been done in response to events, notifications, contacts with and about the family to children’s social care.
This section needs to be underpinned by relevant social work theory, models and evidence based practice and take takes into account human rights and social work values.
The session should include consideration of how assessment information should have been gathered, who would have been seen/interviewed, decision making, planning and intervention. You need to be clear what identified risks are being managed and how they are potentially impacting upon the child’s well-being.
Part 3: Finally you should identify what your key learning is from the assignment and wider module content and how this will impact upon your practice in your final placement and as a qualified social worker. You should also comment on the usefulness of the serious case review process and publication as a tool for improving social work practice.
Your submission should meet the following learning outcomes:
LO1: Effectively link theoretical knowledge and core social work values to social work practice with children and families in a range of practice settings.
LO2: Effectively utilise policy and legislation within social work with children and families practice.
It is important that you engage with the course teaching materials, including pre-session and post-session tasks, which were all aimed to develop your knowledge and skills in regard to social work practice in relation to social work with children and families.
It is important that you engage with the recommended reading list, this will provide you with a strong foundational understanding of social work with children and families, and enable you to both deepen and widen your knowledge of the subject areas.
You will need to engage with wider reading relevant to the area of social work particularly in relation to the specific key social work practice issues identified in the serious case review.
Your assignment should be typed using a clear font such as Ariel or Calibri size 12 or 14.
Your line spacing should be set to 1.5, the assignment should have a title, word count, date of submission, student number, module name and page numbers.
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