The House Project referenced in Islington Council's Ofsted report!
Posted 17th April 2020
Islington Council’s Ofsted report published Wednesday 15th April 2020, refers to the House Project!
Ofsted has judged that Islington Council’s children’s social care services are “outstanding” and praises an “unwavering commitment to improving and enriching the lives of children and their families”. An outstanding achievement. Richly deserved.
As part of Islington Council offer to care leavers Ofsted Inspectors reported…
“The House Project is an innovative & highly valued service that is making a significant difference for care leavers. The service helps young people to build confidence & to make friends for life, through preparation for independence & the provision of secure & affordable accommodation. Young people said to inspectors that being involved in the project makes them feel like they have a family”
Please see links below for detailed information:
Ofsted’s Visit report has commended the contribution of the work of Islington House ProjectRead more
Staf (Scottish Throughcare & Aftercare Forum) are delighted to share their study of three Local House Projects in Scotland. Coproduced by those with lived experience of care, the study highlights the benefits of The National House Project model not only to the lives of care leavers but also to the staff who support them and the wider community.Read more