A Community First Yorkshire event

North Yorkshire Children and Young People’s Providers and Partners Meeting

Five young people are walking on the street

The Children and Young People’s Providers and Partners meeting is made up of colleagues from voluntary and community groups, social enterprises (VCSEs) and partner organisations from across North Yorkshire, who come together to discuss a range of topics.

The draft agenda for the February meeting will focus on:

1. Children and young people health and wellbeing:

  • I-thrive Programme/Thrive Framework to improve outcomes for children and young people’s mental health and wellbeing, and discussion of how to extend its use and embedding the model
  • Social Prescriber for young people pilot project
  • Social and Emotional Mental Health (SEMH) Strategic Group update and discussion of current issues and the impact on children and families of the cost of living crisis issues

2. North Yorkshire Place Board and development of a North Yorkshire VCSE Assembly: views on Place Board priorities

3. Children Safeguarding Partnership North Yorkshire

  • County Lines update and discussion of how to support and protect children and young people from exploitation

For information:  update from Board provided to Local Safeguarding Partnerships – Youtube link and North Yorkshire Safeguarding Children Partnership (NYSCP) Annual Report 2021/22 here

4. UK Shared Prosperity Fund North Yorkshire Investment Plan – update

5. Review of the Terms of Reference.

We always want to make sure these meetings cover the things you are interested in, if you have any items for the agenda please contact caroline.oneill@communityfirstyorkshire.org.uk ideally before 30 January.

The agenda, papers and Zoom details will be sent nearer the meeting date. For past papers and meeting notes use this link.

Please advise if you are attending by confirming here ideally before Monday 30 January. NOTE: if bookings are closed, please contact info@communityfirstyorkshire.org.uk to confirm attendance and receive the agenda.