About the Children’s Trust
This is the website of Wiltshire’s Children and Young People’s Trust.
The Children’s Trust ceased in April 2018 and its work has since been taken over by the Families and Children’s Transformation (FACT) Board.
The vision of the Children’s Trust was to:
To improve outcomes for children and young people in Wiltshire; promote safeguarding; reduce, prevent and mitigate the effects of child poverty; and enable resilient individuals, families and communities.
In this section you will find information about the Children’s Trust and its work, some of which is still current. (click on sub menus for more information).
|Wiltshire Children and Young People’s Trust Plan 2016-19||Our high level 3 year plan|
|Wiltshire Children’s Trust Plan on a Page 2016-19||A summary of our high level 3 year plan|
|Children’s Trust update report 2015-16||A brief update on the priorities and achievements of the Children’s Trust over the last 18 months.|
|Childrens-Trust-Governance-Arrangements-Summary (update Feb 18)||Updated February 2018.|
|WSCB and Children’s Trust Protocol||Published in 2014, this protocol sets out the distinctive roles of both bodies.|
|Wiltshire Joint Strategic Assessment for Children and Young People||Published in 2014, this report provides a summary of statistical information, with a focus on health related issues. More detailed information is contained within the Wiltshire Intelligence network (Children and Young People section) – click here for details.|