Working with partners

The Executive Director of Children, Families and Adults Services has a key role in bringing together all of the key agencies and partners to support and improve how they work together.

These agencies and partners include:

  • county, district and city councils

  • health providers and commissioners

  • schools, colleges and early years providers

  • voluntary, community and independent sector

  • police

  • fire and rescue

  • Jobcentre Plus

  • probation service

They work together through a range of boards and partnerships in order to develop integrated or coherent plans and actions to benefit children, young people and families.

The Cambridgeshire Local Safeguarding Children Board works to safeguard children and young people, promote wellbeing and protect those who are at risk in Cambridgeshire.

The Safeguarding Adults Board brings together representatives of the main agencies in the, statutory, voluntary and independent sector, responsible for working with and providing services for vulnerable adults.

The Learn Together Cambridgeshire website shows the way the council works with schools, colleges and settings. The Learn Together Hub is  and education portal that provides access to a wide range of resources, news, professional development and research materials to support educational establishments.

 Working Together for Cambridgeshire County Council sets out our commitment to supporting the voice of local people to be heard, written jointly by the Council, members of the public and representatives from local voluntary sector organisations.

The Cambridgeshire Health and Wellbeing Board and Network brings together leaders from local organisations that have a strong influence on health and wellbeing, including the commissioning of health, social care and public health services.

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