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  • GCP July 2011
  • GCP July 2011
  • GCP July 2011
  • GCP July 2011
  • GCP July 2011
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    • 1. Stock take Where next for children’s services? September 2011 September 2011
    • 2. Objectives
      • Understand where we are in terms of outcomes
      • Consider the partnership landscape + planning framework
      • Assess impact in terms of new government policy
      • Agree a process for future
      September 2011
    • 3. Basic facts
      • 138,350, 0 -19 year olds in the county
      • 2.3% fall to 135,160, by 2020
      • Still 21.2% of population
      • 31,240 (22.5%) CYP 0-19yrs live in Gloucester City
      • 15,211 pupils have special educational needs
      • 8,926 pupils are eligible for FSM
      • 10,506 children live in the most deprived quintile
      • 507 are LAC, 406 subject to CP plan
      September 2011
    • 4. Actual Births in Gloucestershire 1999 to 2009 September 2011
    • 5. By age
      • 24.1% are 0-4,
      • 28.1% 5-11,
      • 47.7% 11-19
      • 46.3% of cyp subject to CP plan are 0-4
      • 24.1% of LAC are 0-4
      September 2011
    • 6. Outcomes between 2006 -11 Most Children do well and some vulnerable children have seen things improve…….. Increase in 5+A*-C inc E&M from 53.8% in 2006 to 60.1% in 2010 School days lost from fixed term exclusion almost halve between 2005/6 and 2009/10 No’s of SEN statements have fallen from 2166 in 2005/2006 to 2081 in 2009/10. In common with other authorities numbers have increased in 2010/11 to 2113 The rate per 10,000 of first time offenders has fallen from 1450 in 2008/9 to 844 in 2009/10 and looks to have fallen even further to 398 in 2010/11 September 2011
    • 7. How well is the system working Most Children do well and some vulnerable children have seen things improve…….. Under 18 conception rate per 1000 September 2011
    • 8. How well is the system working? CAF’s initiated September 2011
    • 9. How well is the system working? September 2011
    • 10. September 2011
    • 11. Outcomes between 2006 -11 However it depends where you live …….. Achievement in English and Maths at Key stage 2 for children living Forest of Dean and Gloucester are consistently below the county average September 2011
    • 12. Outcomes between 2006 -11 Some differences even within a district…..depending on where you live and learn
      • For GCSE results A*- C in Maths and English
      • Those children who live in the Forest of Dean achieve 52.8% & Gloucester 54.4% both below England 55.1%
      • But for all pupils attending Gloucester schools percentage is 63.8%
      September 2011
    • 13. September 2011
    • 14. Some more differences by district……. September 2011 OPS Topic (Secondary) Cheltenham Cotswold Forest of Dean Gloucester Stroud Tewkesbury COUNTY % Smoking quite often or every day 6 6 10 7 7 12 7 % Drinking alcohol quite often or every day 14 13 22 13 15 18 15 % 5 or more snacks per day 10 8 12 11 7 15 10 % not eating breakfast 22 20 29 26 21 32 24 % skills to cook vegetables 70 80 70 70 75 71 72 % 6 hours or more of physical activity 54 60 54 55 60 59 57 % of reception children classified as obese 8 7 11 13 8 10 10 Infant Mortality District Rate 3.0 1.8 5.4 4.5 3.5 5.8 -
    • 15. Some more differences by district……. September 2011
    • 16. How well is the system working for looked after children………. September 2011
    • 17. How well is the system working for looked after children……. September 2011
    • 18. Offending by children who had been looked after continuously for at least twelve months. Number convicted/subject to a final warning or reprimand during 09/10 September 2011
    • 19. Resources available 2011/12 SAVINGS TARGETS: GCC £13.7m Health ? Police ? September 2011
    • 20. How do children benefit? £4k Mainstream School Place SEN Statement £10k CAF/ BHLP £3k* PRU/ Reintegration £14k LA Special School Placement £16k Foster Placement £27k LA Residential School £29k Out of County Place-ment £62k Estimated annual costs per child placed 2010/11 £62k cyp placed out of county £29k cyp in residential special schools £27k cyp fostered £16k cyp in Special School £14k cyp in Reintegration £6k average costs for transport SEN And nationally**- Youth crime £8.6 -£11b Mental health £105.2b Every NEET £45k **Allen report *Children with complex needs September 2011
    • 21. A myriad of Partnerships September 2011
    • 22. GCP Schools Forum 14-19 Partnership Youth Justice Board Right First Time Improvement Health Visitor Implementation Programmes District Sub-Groups Locality Action Groups School/Early Years Clusters District Network GSCB Health and Well Being Board? GCC/NHSG Joint Commissioning Partnership September 2011
    • 23. and a wealth of Plans…
      • CYP Plan x 2
      • NEET strategy
      • Emotional health + well being strategy
      • Complex needs
      • Child poverty action plan
      • 14-19
      • Etc, etc, etc
      September 2011
    • 24. Some conclusions
      • Strong collaboration can make a difference
      • We have many examples of innovation and good impact at local level
      • We need to consistently improve outcomes for most vulnerable
      • System and practice not working coherently at front line/ in local area
      September 2011
    • 25. Beyond partnership
      • To make a difference we need:
      • Common cause
      • Agreed objectives
      • Genuine collaboration
      • Identified resources
      • Measures
      • “ Collaborative working is essentially an arrangement that should enable those taking part to deliver their mission more effectively and make service improvements.”
      September 2011
    • 26. New opportunities?
        • Less prescription/ localism
        • Health + Well being Boards
        • Focus on families
        • Use evidence from elsewhere
      • And threats…
        • Fragmentation
        • Inconsistency
        • Wider gap
      September 2011
    • 27. Some questions for us all
      • What would a sensible, efficient planning framework look like?
      • How do we make that work at county and local level?
      • How do we ensure the focus on children is kept but the benefits of helping families maximised?
      • What collaborations do we need for the future?
      • How can we target early intervention to reduce demand for more specialist interventions?
      • How do we ensure we are family and child focused?
      • How far do we want to pursue evidence based practice alongside innovative practice?
      September 2011
    • 28. Suggested process
      • All agencies and networks need to consider these questions
      • Discussions and deliberation between partners
      • Use EIG to accelerate locality working, build on what works
      • Develop evaluation framework for early intervention
      September 2011

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