Agenda

Young People Overview and Scrutiny Committee - Friday, 25th February, 2022 10.00 am

Venue: Remote meeting held via Microsoft Teams

Contact: Patrick Duffy, Principal Democratic Services Scrutiny Officer. Email:  Patrick.Duffy@northyorks.gov.uk 

Items
No. Item

1.

Welcome and Apologies

2.

Minutes of the meeting held on 10th December 2021 pdf icon PDF 419 KB

3.

Any Declarations of Interest

4.

Public Questions or Statements

Members of the public may ask questions or make statements at this meeting if they have delivered notice (to include the text of the question/statement) to Patrick Duffy (contact details above) no later than midday on Tuesday 22nd February 2022. Each speaker should limit themselves to 3 minutes on any item.  Members of the public who have given notice will be invited to speak:-

 

·          at this point in the meeting if their questions/statements relate to matters which are not otherwise on the Agenda (subject to an overall time limit of 30 minutes);

 

·          when the relevant Agenda item is being considered if they wish to speak on a matter which is on the Agenda for this meeting.

 

If you are exercising your right to speak at this meeting, but do not wish to be recorded, please inform the Chair who will instruct those taking a recording to cease while you speak.

5.

Chair's remarks

Any correspondence, communication or other business brought forward by the direction of the Chair of the Committee. 

 

6.

Children's Mental Health - presentation by officers from NHS North Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group; Children and Young People's Service Directorate; and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services pdf icon PDF 1 MB

7.

Young People's Champion Annual Report 2022 - County Councillor Annabel Wilkinson pdf icon PDF 400 KB

8.

Schools Update - presentation by the Corporate Director, Children and Young People's Service pdf icon PDF 1 MB

9.

Reflections and the Future - Report by the Chair pdf icon PDF 404 KB

10.

Other business which the Chair agrees should be considered as a matter of urgency because of special circumstances