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Debbie Barnes

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The Association of Directors of Children's Services Ltd

HQ Phone:  +44 161 826 9484

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The Association of Directors of Children's Services Ltd

Piccadilly House 49 Piccadilly

Manchester, Manchester,M1 2AP

United Kingdom

Company Description

The Association of Directors of Children's Services Ltd (ADCS) is the national leadership association in England for statutory directors of children's services and their senior management teams. Our members hold leadership roles in children's services depart...more

Background Information

Employment History

Director of Children's Services

Lincolnshire County Council


Web References(57 Total References)


Council of Reference | ADCS

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Educational Achievement:Debbie Barnes


General Contacts | ADCS

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Debbie Barnes | debbie.barnes@lincolnshire.gov.uk


Educational Achievement Policy Committee | ADCS

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Chair: Debbie Barnes
Chair: Debbie Barnes, Director of Children's Services, Lincolnshire County Council. To contact Debbie, email debbie.barnes@lincolnshire.gov.uk Debbie Barnes, Director of Children's Services, Lincolnshire County Council Debbie Barnes is the Director of Children's Services in Lincolnshire and has been in post since 2012. She has a professional background in sick children's nursing and during the early part of her career she worked in London and more recently in Lincolnshire. In 2010 Debbie was appointed Assistant Director for Children's Services at Lincolnshire County Council where she was responsible for universal services. Later that same year she was influential in helping the service achieve an outstanding Ofsted inspection result under the SLAC framework, an outstanding APA followed in 2011. As part of Ofsted's most recent safeguarding inspection, the SIF, children's services in Lincolnshire were judged to be good with outstanding features under Debbie's leadership as Director of Children's Services. Debbie believes passionately that education provides a pathway out of child poverty and has chaired the Association of Directors of Children's Services' Education Achievement Policy Committee since the summer of 2014. The committee seeks to influence policy at a national level so that all children, particularly the most vulnerable, can access to good or outstanding teaching and outcomes. Debbie believes that the interface with early help and attainment cannot be underestimated and as such Lincolnshire's operating model is based on the principles of integrated working and prevention.


Push for academies 'could weaken child safety' | Virtual College - Education

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Debbie Barnes, chair of the ADCS's educational achievement policy committee, commented: "We have grave concerns that some of the reforms outlined in the white paper could impact on the wider safeguarding arrangements in place between local authorities and schools.
"As champions for children and young people we recognise the crucial link between social care and education and we hope that government does too and we await further information from the government in order to understand the full implications of these reforms." Ms Barnes went on to state that children missing from education can be a sign of other vulnerabilities, and if identified early enough, could keep young people safe from more serious safeguarding issues in future.


adcs.org.uk

Debbie Barnes, Chair of the ADCS Educational Achievement Policy Committee, said:


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