' A joint area review judges the contribution that the council and its partners in the local area are making to improve outcomes for children and young people. ' - Ofsted
The Joint Area Review (JAR) is a 3 year cycle to inspect all children’s services provided by a range of public organisations and agencies.
It judges the outcomes for children and young people in the area and evaluates how local services work together.
In this section we have published information and resources to help with the JAR.
Further information about the JAR from Ofsted. Ofsted inspect and regulate to achieve excellence in the care of children and young people, and in education and skills for learners of all ages.
JAR Resources for Schools
Report for children and young people about the services they receive in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
JAR News DVD and pack evaluation form. We would appreciate it if you could spend a few minutes completing this evaluation form to provide us with feedback on the JAR DVD.
For more information about the JAR DVD or the resources available here please contact:
Katie Bramley, Management Assistant
Tel: (01482) 392101