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Child employment permits

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To whom it concerns,

I'm researching for a project, and was wondering if I could get as much of the following information on child employment permits as you have on record:

1) How many total child employment permits have been granted each year since 2013?
2) How many of these were for young people aged under 16 years old?
3) How many of these were for young people aged 16-18 years old?

Separately,
4) How many people aged 11-16 years old fall within your Local Authority area?
5) How many people aged 16-18 years old fall within your Local Authority area?

Yours faithfully,
Lucas Johnston

AfC Freedom of Information and Subject Access Requests,

Dear Mr Johnston, 
Thank you for contacting the Freedom of Information Team at Achieving for
Children, provider of Children's Services for the London Borough of
Richmond, the Royal Borough of Kingston and the Royal Borough of Windsor
and Maidenhead. 
Your request was received on 1st May 2020 via the Royal Borough of Windsor
and Maidenhead. Unless you request otherwise, we will provide you with
with responses to your request solely in relation to the Royal Borough of
Windsor and Maidenhead.
We will endeavour to respond to your query within 20 working days of
receipt in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Yours sincerely,

Chantelle Elliott
Information Governance Support 
Business Services and Transformation
  
Email: [1][email address]
Achieving for Children
42 York Street, Twickenham, TW1 3BW
[2]http://www.achievingforchildren.org.uk/

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AfC Freedom of Information and Subject Access Requests,

Dear Mr Johnston,
In order for us to respond to questions 4 and 5 of your request, 
4) How many people aged 11-16 years old fall within your Local Authority
area?
5) How many people aged 16-18 years old fall within your Local Authority
area?
would you please clarify:
do you want to know the total number of children within the specified age
groups resident in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead or do you
want to know the number of children open to Children's Social
Care (irrespective of care plan type)? Please also specify the date or
time period that you wish those numbers to relate to. Thank you.

Yours sincerely,
Chantelle Elliott
Information Governance Support 
Business Services and Transformation
  
Email: [1][email address]
Achieving for Children
42 York Street, Twickenham, TW1 3BW
[2]http://www.achievingforchildren.org.uk/

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AfC Freedom of Information and Subject Access Requests,

Dear Mr Johnston,
Your Freedom of Information request has now been considered.
Your Request
1) How many total child employment permits have been granted each year
since 2013?
2) How many of these were for young people aged under 16 years old?
3) How many of these were for young people aged 16-18 years old?

Separately,
4) How many people aged 11-16 years old fall within your Local Authority
area?
5) How many people aged 16-18 years old fall within your Local Authority
area? 
Response
1. Academic Year:

2019-2020: 56 so far, currently not issuing due to Covid 19
2018-2019: 144
2017-2018: 205
2016-2017: 245
2015-2016: 178
2014-2015: 138
2013-2014: 120
2012-2013: 143

2. & 3. All of these were issued to young people of the age of 16 or
under.  They no longer fall under these regulations when they reach the
end of statutory school leaving age, which is the last Friday in June of
the school year in which they turn 16.  For example, if a child has a late
summer birthday, they could still be 15 when they reach SSLA, but if a
child turns 16, for example, as soon as they go back to school in the
September, they are still bound by the regulations and would need a work
permit up until the end of June of the following year, after their GCSE
exams.

4. & 5. We have been unable to provide responses to these questions as
they needed clarification from you that we sought on 7th May 2020 but have
not received.
Yours sincerely, 
Chantelle Elliott
Information Governance Support 
Business Services and Transformation
  
Email: [1][email address]
Achieving for Children
42 York Street, Twickenham, TW1 3BW
[2]http://www.achievingforchildren.org.uk/
On Thu, 7 May 2020 at 10:27, AfC Freedom of Information and Subject Access
Requests <[3][email address]> wrote:

Dear Mr Johnston,
In order for us to respond to questions 4 and 5 of your request, 
4) How many people aged 11-16 years old fall within your Local Authority
area?
5) How many people aged 16-18 years old fall within your Local Authority
area?
would you please clarify:
do you want to know the total number of children within the specified
age groups resident in the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead or do
you want to know the number of children open to Children's Social
Care (irrespective of care plan type)? Please also specify the date or
time period that you wish those numbers to relate to. Thank you.

Yours sincerely,
Chantelle Elliott
Information Governance Support 
Business Services and Transformation
  
Email: [4][email address]
Achieving for Children
42 York Street, Twickenham, TW1 3BW
[5]http://www.achievingforchildren.org.uk/

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2. http://www.achievingforchildren.org.uk/
3. mailto:[email address]
4. mailto:[email address]
5. http://www.achievingforchildren.org.uk/

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