Strategies and commissioning for children and young people
Children and Young People's Strategic Partnership
The Children and Young People's Strategic Partnership is created by the Children and Young People's Partnership Executive (CYPPE). Our strategic plans set out an overall picture of how we will work together, what we aim to do, and how we will know it is working:
- Children and young people's partnership executive strategic plan 2016-2020 [PDF file 316KB]|
- Children and young people's strategic plan summary [PDF file 38KB]|
Who are we?
We work for and with children, young people and their families in Calderdale. The partnership includes the Council, the police, health services, voluntary and community groups, schools, children, young people and families.
We report to the Calderdale Health and Wellbeing Board. We take the lead on the Board's strategic priority that "Every child will have a healthy start and continue to lead a safe, happy life with every opportunity to achieve their potential within their families and communities".
Our vision is that all children in Calderdale are happy, healthy, safe, successful and that Calderdale is a child friendly borough.
For more about the CYPPE, please contact:
- Lynn Powell
- 01422 2148
You can find out more about our partners at:
- Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Group|
- West Yorkshire Police|
- Calderdale Governors Association|
- Calderdale schools - Search for schools
- North Bank Forum - Sector Support Calderdale| (representing Calderdale's voluntary and community sector)
- Calderdale Safeguarding Children Board|
Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA)
Calderdale Council and NHS Calderdale work closely together to improve our understanding of the future health and well-being needs of the borough's residents. We are doing this through a Joint Strategic Needs Assessment| (JSNA).
For other related plans and policies Council publications .
Children and young people can have a say about services provided. If you want to find out more, contact Calderdale Council on 01422 288001.
If you have any concerns regarding a young person please visit Child Protection, or in an emergency contact the police.