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Children looked after in England.

Children looked after in England.

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


Edition Notes

Title from cover.

SeriesStatistical bulletin -- 2002/22
ContributionsGreat Britain. Department of Health.
The Physical Object
Pagination13p.
Number of Pages13
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19316533M
ISBN 101841826189

Volume 2: Children Looked After by Local Authorities Guidance Chapter 1 Local Authority Responsibilities for Children Who are Looked After 1 Assessing the needs of the child 2 The care plan 3 The range and level of services to be provided 5 The steps necessary to end the arrangement 7 Parental Involvement for Children who are Looked After 7.   T he number of children in care in England is at a year high: there w at the last count. How they are looked after and educated should be a matter of general public concern.

About , children aged 5 to 16 years in England • 60% of looked after children have some form of emotional or mental health illness ONS () Mental health of children and young people in Great Britain, (Table ). Trends in Care: Exploring Reasons for the Increase in Children Looked After by Local Authorities (Anthropology & Sociology) [June Statham, Mano Candappa, Antonia Simon, Charlie Owen] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This book explores possible reasons for the increased numbers of children looked after by local by: 8.

  This deployment of the powers conferred by Part IV of the Children Act is entirely consistent with practical circumstances often faced by local authorities, particularly in the North of England, where the best interests of the child may be for him or her to be placed at a therapeutic residential placement in Scotland. England. Overview. There are approximatlooked after children. 1; The number of children starting to be looked after (31,) has fallen by 2% from (32,). 2; 56% of looked after children are male and 44% are female. 3; Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children make up 6% of the looked after children population. 4; 13% of children ceased to be looked due to receiving a special.


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Local authority tables: children looked after in England including adoption to MS Excel Spreadsheet, KB This file may not be suitable for users of assistive technology.

Children looked after in England, including adoption Information about looked-after children in England for the year ending 31 March was published on 5 December It includes the number of. Children Looked After in England – Reflections on the Past, Present and Future - Volume 40 Special Issue - Anna GuptaAuthor: Anna Gupta.

This statistics publication 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.

For children first looked after between ages 7 having a longer total time looked after by age 16 was associated with a higher probability of following a high achievement trajectory.

For children with poor outcomes at ages 7 being looked after by age 16 was associated with an increased chance of educational improvement by age Cited by: 3. Figure 1: Challenges facing looked-after children Source: Department of Education, Children Looked After in England, ; Outcomes for children looked after, ; Bazalgette.L et.

Al, These outcomes follow children to adult life as well; almost 25% of File Size: KB. The natural environment and its benefits for children and young people looked after – Holly Gordon 9. Factors that promote positive supervised birth family contact for children in care – Joanne Pye and Paul Rees Yet another change: The experience of movement for children and young people looked after – Rebecca Girling The rate of looked after children aged under 5 is over times higher in Blackpool than the national average ; Figure 3: Age profile of Looked After Children - % looked after by age group.

Source: Dept for Education, Children looked after in England, March (SFR 34/). Added 'Outcomes for children looked after by LAs: 31 March '. 15 November Added 'Children looked after in England including adoption: to '.

28 March   On reaching the age of 18, children cease to be considered looked-after by a council. Looked-after children There children in care in England and Wales including ab in fostering.

(Source: Care Matters). Scotland has nea looked-after children. (More on looked-after children in Scotland). Latest children in care. Statistics briefing: looked after children. January represent a very small minority of children. • Introduction This briefing introduces a range of datasets available in the UK that relate to children in local authority care.

Data is collected on the demographics of looked after children, their experiences while in care and their Size: KB.

Children who are looked-after Bookstart for children who are looked-after Every child is entitled to their Bookstart packs no matter what their situation and foster carers can access packs for the children in their care through the usual channels. In England and Wales the term ‘looked after children’ is defined in law under the Children Act A child is looked after by a local authority if he or she is in their care or is provided with accommodation for more than 24 hours by the authority.

@inproceedings{FletcherTheEP, title={The Educational Progress of Looked After Children in England}, author={John Fletcher and Steve Strand and Sally M Thomas}, year={} } First major study in England to explore the relationship between educational outcomes, young people’s care histories and.

Table 1: Children in Need (CIN) and Children Looked after (CLA) Eligible to take their GCSEs in June Count % Not in need or looked after on 31st March% In need on 31st March 13, % Looked after on 31st March for less than a year 1, % Looked after on 31st March for over a year 4, % Note.

Schools admissions authorities have been required to give looked-after children in England the highest priority in their admission arrangements since Five years later, this was extended to children who had previously been in care in England.

Looked after children in England for the year ending 31 March. Numbers and rates children aged under 18 years. Figures exclude children looked after under an agreed series of short-term placements. Historical data may differ from older publications.

Maintenance of looked after children. 22C. Ways in which looked after children are to be accommodated and maintained. 22D. Review of child's case before making alternative arrangements for accommodation. 22E. Children’s homes provided by Secretary of State or Welsh Ministers.

22F. Regulations as to children looked after by local authorities. 22G. How many children are in care.

In /17 there were approximat looked after children in the UK. The total number of looked after children in the UK has increased every year since In the last five years the population of looked after children in the UK has increased by 5%. Children looked after at 31 March by local authority and ethnicity (Prior to April ) Short breaks for children looked after by local authority and placement: Short breaks for children looked after by local authority and need for care: Children looked after at 31 March population aged under 18 by local authority and year.

In Scotland, where there are ab looked-after children (including looked-after children at home), we are committed to ending unacceptably long waiting times for .There w looked after children in England at 31st Marchan increase of 1% compared with 31st Marchand of 6% compared with 31st March (DfE, ).

Seventy-five per cent of these children and young people were living in foster placements.The Educational Progress of Looked After Children in England Technical Report 3: Perspectives of Young People, Social Workers, Carers and Teachers David Berridge1, Karen Bell1, Judy Sebba2 and Nikki Luke2 1School for Policy Studies, University of Bristol 2Rees Centre, Department of Education, University of Oxford.