Budget for Elective Home Education

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Dear Reading Borough Council,

Please could you tell me the following:

1/ Where elective home education currently sits in your authority
2/ Which line in the s251 table included an allocation for elective
home education services in a/ 2013-14 and b/ 2014-15
3/ What is the budget sum allocated to elective home education
services for the current year
4/ What is the forward budget sum allocated to elective home
education services for the next financial year

Yours faithfully,

Fiona Nicholson

Miles, Hannah, Reading Borough Council

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Dear Ms Nicholson

 

Thank you for your request for information under the provisions of the
Freedom of Information Act (2000).  In accordance with the Act, you can
expect to receive a formal response to your enquiry by the 9^th September.

 

Yours Sincerely,

 

Shaquille Hills

Apprentice Customer Relations Officer

Reading Borough Council

Level 5, Civic Centre, Reading, RG1 7AE

Tel (Ext) : 01189374314 (int): 74314

Complaints Line: 01189372905

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1/ Where elective home education currently sits in your authority 2/ Which
line in the s251 table included an allocation for elective home education
services in a/ 2013-14 and b/ 2014-15 3/ What is the budget sum allocated
to elective home education services for the current year 4/ What is the
forward budget sum allocated to elective home education services for the
next financial year

 

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FOI, CRT, Reading Borough Council

Dear Ms Nicholson

 

Thank you for your request for information under the provisions of the
Freedom of Information Act (2000). 

 

Your request is as follows:

 

1/ Where elective home education currently sits in your authority

 

2/ Which line in the s251 table included an allocation for elective home
education services in a/ 2013-14 and b/ 2014-15

 

3/ What is the budget sum allocated to elective home education services
for the current year

 

4/ What is the forward budget sum allocated to elective home education
services for the next financial year

 

Our response is as follows:

 

1.       The responsibility for Elective Home Education sits within the
Directorate for Education and Children’s Services, from September
the specific officer will have the new role of Virtual Head Teacher –
Children Missing Out on Education

 

2.       a) 1.2.4 ‘Other AP services

b) 1.2.7 ‘Other AP services

 

3.       £16k for 2014-15

 

4.       Currently there is £16k within the draft budget for 2015-16 but
this will be looked at within the autumn term budget build

 

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Yours sincerely

 

Shaquille Hills

Apprentice Customer Relations Officer

Reading Borough Council

Level 5, Civic Centre, Reading, RG1 7AE

Tel (Ext): 01189374314    Tel (int): 74314

Complaints Line: 01189372905

Complaints E-mail: [1][email address]

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Hi Shaquille

That's great, thank you very much.

Fiona

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