Children ‘not a priority’ in Jersey, says Ofsted

Jersey social services are not prioritising the needs of children amid a ‘legacy of widespread’ failures, Ofsted inspectors have concluded. A Jersey Care Commission report said a lack of political and corporate support and poor infrastructure had left services ‘struggling in isolation’. Failures meant social workers and managers, despite being committed to improving children’s outcomes,…

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