Case Review Learning Process

The Case Review Learning Process  sets out the case review processes for Children, Young People and Families to ensure that all staff involved are clear in the steps they are asked to follow from referral through to case review reporting, their role within the process and how case reviews will be held and run. 

The process is designed to ensure that not only statutory requirements in terms of cases that hit threshold of Working Together are set out and clear, but the Wigan model allows for review of cases that might not hit critical threshold.  This is to ensure that any learning can be extracted through a robust, inclusive and blame-free process and that cases that can be described variously as “near misses” or even “positive practices / outcomes” can be incorporated within the partnership learning process.