Successful funding of second Signs of Safety English Innovations Project

Today the United Kingdom’s Department for Education and Spring Consortium announced £1.95 million in funding over two years to support the second phase of the Signs of Safety English Innovations Project (EIP).

Munro, Turnell and Murphy Child Protection Consultancy welcomed the approval of the Minister for Children Service’s for their EIP to continue the work of building great children services in England. The project will work on further embedding Signs of Safety practice to  keep children safe and support families, together with building their extended family and community networks.

The funding is provided to continue work with 10 local authorities to complete their Signs of Safety implementations, building and enhancing existing learning. The aim is to demonstrate in a conclusive way how practice and organisational implementation works so that local authorities can be supported to adopt or adapt Signs of Safety.


Above: Participants at the inaugural EIP leaders workshop, London, November 2014.