Ealing children’s integrated response service (ECIRS) 2018/19
This service is available for Academies, Maintained schools and Other schools and settings
ECIRS is the single point of entry for all referrals where there is a need for support, or where there are specific concerns about the welfare of a child or young person.
A single point of entry provides an effective way of ensuring a child gets the right help at the right time as soon as a concern is raised. It also reduces the need for information sharing between different services which guards against children ‘slipping through the net’.
020 8825 8000 Open 24 hours for emergency calls.
Ongoing process of continued service improvement.
All professional referrals and self-referrals in Ealing for both urgent and non-urgent cases, including for families wishing to self-refer to SAFE 0-18 are referred via ECIRS.
If at any time you become concerned that a child has been harmed or is at risk of harm, call ECIRS immediately on 020 8825 8000 (24 hours for emergency calls).
When you first calls ECIRS you will speak to a business support officer who will get an overview of the enquiry.
In the case of a safeguarding referral, you have the opportunity to speak to a social worker who will note the concerns and advise the next steps.
You must complete an 'early help assessment and plan (EHAP) form (see related content).
- Paul Hattan, ECIRS (Ealing children's integrated response service): email@example.com 8825 8000
ECIRS 020 8825 8000 (24 hours for emergency calls)