The Guardian’s Monitoring Framework fact sheet

The Guardian has a statutory obligation to monitor the wellbeing of children and young people under guardianship or in the custody of the Minister.  The Office of the Guardian collects and reports information using 12 quality statements which were distilled from the priorities of children and young people in care as expressed by them in the Charter of Rights for Children and Young People in Care.

The 12 statements are set out and the information gathering process is explained in the Monitoring Framework 12 statements and data collection fact sheet, also available in a graphic free version more suitable for reproduction on black and white printers.

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