Keeping The Promise progress report for children and young people

Posted on 17th Feb 2023
A teenage girl making a heart shape with her hands

In February 2022, we published our Keeping The Promise Route Plan. To mark Care Day and one year on from publication of the plan, we have produced a progress report aimed at children and young people.

The report covers some of our Keeping The Promise activity over the past year. 

A British Sign Language version of the report is also available with sub titles, as well as a cartoon animation. 

Roma Bruce Davies, SCRA’s Keeping The Promise Programme Manager said: “It has been such a busy year and we want to thank everyone who has worked with us to Keep The Promise. We also want to say a special thank you to all the Hearings-experienced children and young people who have worked – and who continue to work with us. Their voices are at the heart of everything we do. 

Roma added: “Our Route Plan is split into two key areas – reform and improvement, whilst a significant amount of our work has focused on the reform agenda, we have also been making improvements to our current practices. There has been some amazing pieces of work – from our pilot sensory corner, to new accessible information materials – and there’s lots more to come!”

If you want more detail about our work to Keep The Promise, we have a dedicated section on our website. There is also more information in our Annual Report 2021/2022 and our Rights, Inclusion and Corporate Parenting Report Card 2021/2022.

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