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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
Actual Births in Gloucestershire 1999 to 2009 September 2011
24.1% are 0-4,
46.3% of cyp subject to CP plan are 0-4
24.1% of LAC are 0-4
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
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
How well is the system working? CAF’s initiated September 2011
How well is the system working? September 2011
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
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%
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 -
Some more differences by district……. September 2011
How well is the system working for looked after children………. September 2011
How well is the system working for looked after children……. September 2011
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
Resources available 2011/12 SAVINGS TARGETS: GCC £13.7m Health ? Police ? September 2011
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
A myriad of Partnerships September 2011
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
and a wealth of Plans…
CYP Plan x 2
Emotional health + well being strategy
Child poverty action plan
Etc, etc, etc
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
To make a difference we need:
“ Collaborative working is essentially an arrangement that should enable those taking part to deliver their mission more effectively and make service improvements.”
Less prescription/ localism
Health + Well being Boards
Focus on families
Use evidence from elsewhere
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?
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