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Care leavers, year ending 31 March 2002, England.

Care leavers, year ending 31 March 2002, England.

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Published by Department of Health in [London] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Title from cover.

SeriesStatistical bulletin
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Health.
The Physical Object
Pagination28p. :
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20092771M
ISBN 101841826235

NHS England, service users and other key partners to ensure our LAC population have speedy access to high quality health care, as and when they need it. The national context In England the number of looked after children has increased every year since At 31 March , the number of children looked after by local authorities in. Children Looked After by Local Authorities in England (including adoption and care leavers) - year ending 31 March Key Points: There w looked after children at 31 March , an increase of 2 per cent from and an increase of 9 per cent since 27, children started to be looked after during the year ending 31 March

  27, children started to be looked after during the year ending 31 March This is an increase of 8% from the year ending 31 March and 13 percent from the year ending 31 March . Aro young people leave care in England each year aged between years old. 1. They leave home at a younger age and have more abrupt transitions to adulthood than their Children looked after in England (including adoption and care leavers) year ending 31 March 2. Children’s Rights Director for England.

  Currently there is still concern that care leavers are leaving care at 16 to 18 without any support. In the year ending 31 March , 3, young people left the care of local councils in England aged 17 or over. And the rest, 3, left aged 18 or over (most on their 18th birthday). Children looked after in England (including adoption and care leavers) year ending 31 March - Crown - London In-text: (Statisyical First Release, Department of Education, ).


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Care leavers, year ending 31 March 2002, England Download PDF EPUB FB2

Care leavers, year ending 31 MarchEngland This bulletin presents provisional statistics on the educational qualifications of young people who ceased to be looked after in England, aged 16 or over, during the year ending 31 Marchand on the activity & accommodation of former looked after children whose 19th birthday fell during the.

"This bulletin presents provisional statistics on the educational qualifications of young people who ceased to be looked after in England, aged 16 or over, during the year ending 31 Marchand on the activity & accommodation of former looked after children whose 19th birthday fell during the year" -.

Care leavers: year ending 31 March England. Download PDF ( KB) Abstract "This bulletin presents provisional statistics on the educational qualifications of young\ud people who ceased to be looked after in England, aged 16 or over, during the year ending\ud 31 Marchand on the activity & accommodation of former looked.

Department of Health (b) Educational Qualifications of Care Leavers, Year Ending 31 March England (Bulletin /24). London: Department of Health.

Department of Health - & Department for Education and Employment () Guidance on the Education of Children Looked After by Local by:   A total of 70, children and young people were ‘looked after’ by local authority services (i.e. local government) in England for the year ending 31 Marchan increase of 1% compared to 31 March and an increase of 5% compared to Cited by: 2.

The Children’s Plan: Building Brighter Futures. Norwich: Her Majesty’s Stationary Office. Department for Education ().

DfE: Children Looked After by Local Authorities in England (including adoption and care leavers) - year ending 31 March Nowadays, it is common practice to try to make up for this difference by preparing ‘life story books’ for children in care.

These include photographs and notes of significant life events. ‘Care Leavers, year ending 31 MarchEngland’. Department of Health Statistical Bulletin: London.

Fanshel, D., and Shinn, E., ( Children looked after who were adopted during the year ending 31 March Care leavers now a 20 and 21 Children who went missing during the year ending 31 March (new in ) looked after children in England; it is used to inform policy decisions to improve the and the OC3 return (19th birthday) in Fromthe CLA return was.

There w children who ceased to be looked after during the year ending 31 March This is an increase of 3% from and an increase of 14% from After falls in the last 3 years, the average duration of the latest period of care rose slightly this year, up from days in to days in Chart 1: Number of children starting and ceasing to be looked after in the year and numbers at 31 March England, year ending 31 March to.

Department for Children, Schools and Families () Care matters: time to deliver for children in care – an implementation plan. London: Department for Children, Schools and Families; Department for Children, Schools and Families (a) Children looked after in England (including adoption and care leavers) year ending 31 March ) Children Looked After in England (Including Adoption and Care Leavers), Year Ending 31 March Additional Tables, SFR 41/, 8 December.

Drieschner E. Care leavers aged 16 or over during the year ending 31 March • the number of care leavers aged 16 or over – 6, (compared with 6, in –03); the number of which leaving care on their 18th birthday – 3, (compared with 3, in –03) • 2, (43%) of care leavers aged 16 or over gained at least 1 GCSE or GNVQ • Children Looked After in England (Including Adoption and Care Leavers) Year Ending 31 March SFR 20/ SFR 20/ London: Department for Education;   Potential value of the current mental health monitoring of children in state care in England - Volume 4 Issue 6 - Christine Cocker, Helen Minnis, Helen Sweeting The Report of a Survey Carried out in by Social Survey Division of the Office for National Statistics on behalf of (including adoption and care leavers) year ending Department of Health () 'Care Leavers, year ending 31 MarchEngland', Department of Health Statistical Bulletin, London.

Rootless: An Autobiography Jan   Across the UK there are currently over 92 children in public care. (NSPCC, ).In England, there were 68 children ‘looked after’ at Marchan increase of 12 per cent since March and the highest figure since (Department for Education (Department for Education, ).The majority of children, 62 per cent, are looked after due to abuse or neglect (Department for.

Children looked after at 31 March by local authority, number of placements during year and measure: Episodes finishing for children looked after during year to 31 March by local authority and reason for finishing: Children looked after at 31 March by local authority and ethnicity (Prior to April ).

A two-year Staying Close pilot started in supporting care leavers, and this has been recently extended to – to reach eight sites across England. The Staying Close programme is currently being evaluated and the report is due for publication in March   This Statistical First Release (SFR) provides information about looked after children in England for the year ending 31 Marchincluding their placement type, their legal status, the numbers starting and ceasing to be looked after, and the numbers who go missing or are away from their placement without authorisation.

receiving a conviction, final warning or reprimand during the year ending 31 March 3. Meanwhile a third of young males in prison custody have previously been in care.

4, and the same survey found that 9 out of 16 girls in custody had also been in care, highlighting the even greater over-representation of .In book: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews Children looked after in England (including adoption and care leavers) year ending 31 March Statistical First Release, National Statistics.the year ending 31 March Children whose period of care ceased on or after 1 April.

If a child ceased to be looked after more than once in the year, only their last period of care is counted. Children who ceased to be looked after while under an agreed year ending 31 March ending 31 March.