Special Interest Group- Practice Learning Review Future events

The next Go To Meeting will take place on 28th April from 10am for 2 hours. If you wish to join the meeting or if you have any things to feel need discussing and can be added to the agenda, please contact the office for details. [email protected]

 This event will take place in the Autumn 2020.

The day will focus on the Scottish Model for Serious Case Reviews with invited speakers.

Register your interest in this free event here [email protected]

The previous event was held on Thursday  6th February 2020 – University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, 12.30pm – 4pm

Guest Speaker: Stuart Gallagher, Senior Lecturer, Department of Children and Families, University of Worcester-
"What do we mean when we say we are learning from case reviews? A focus on learning and the transfer of learning and implications for case review practice"

Stuart Gallagher is a senior lecturer in the Department for Children and Families at the University of Worcester. He leads a foundation degree course, Collaborative Working with Children and Families, that encourages students to be change-makers in early help, non-statutory family support services. In 2020, he will also lead a new postgraduate course, Leading Culture Change in Safeguarding. He is also a governor of a virtual school for looked-after children. 

His research focuses on learning theories and how they are used or underused in child protection case review practice, despite its over-familiarity with the language of 'lesson-learning'. His frontline practice experience includes home tutor for school-excluded children and education welfare officer. He has been a member of AoCPP (previously BASPCAN) for many years. He is pleased to receive correspondence via [email protected]

His presentation can be viewed here