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Working in Partnership

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SCRA is committed to partnership working; sharing information to enhance processes, to benefit children and young people by creating the best possible outcomes for them.

SCRA recognises that to be an effective partner we need to share experiences, knowledge and skills, and co-ordinate the planning and delivery of services so that they are easily accessible.

SCRA has eight core partnership standards which embody our commitment. The standards set out clearly what SCRA commits to bring to all partnership working arrangements and lists the competencies and behaviours expected of SCRA staff.

We have partnership guidance for our staff, send a regular e-news communication to our partners, and are a member of the Children’s Hearing Improvement Partnership and take part in local groups such as Child Protection Committees. 

Examples of partnership working can be found by clicking on the links under the 'Working in Partnership' heading to the left of this page.

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