Dear Warwickshire County Council,

Can you please provide the following information. In all instances where numbers are asked for please provide them both as a whole number and as a percentage of the overall total.

1. How many children of compulsory school age do you currently have under local authority care?

Of these;
i) How many had their education delegated to a school by their parents before going into care?
ii) How many were electively home educated by their parents before going into care?

2. Can you please provide a statistical breakdown of the reasons why children in your local authority have been put under local authority care?

3. Please provide the number of children under local authority care classed as children missing education for the years (Jan 01 - Dec 31 in all instances) 2015, 2016, 2017. Both for the years provided and those still CME (with the years they have been CME).

4. Please provide a breakdown of how the children who are CSA under local authority care are currently receiving their educational provision. Please include CME statistics.

5. Please provide the number of children aged 10 - 18 under local authority care who have (same years as Q3);

i) Gone missing
ii) Had police involvement
iii) Been groomed by adults after going into LAC.
iv) Had a relationship that resulted in pregnancy.
v) Had a relationship that resulted in parenthood.

6. Of the children currently under LAC please provide the number of children who have been identified by professionals as needing supportive therapy; This could be SEN, mentally, emotionally, physically etc.

Of these children;

i) How many have successfully received the therapy recommended?
ii) How many are in receipt of the therapy recommended?
iii) How many are waiting to receive the therapy recommended?

Finally, can you please provide statistics/documentation and evidence for the educational outcomes for all children under local authority care?

Yours faithfully,

G Swanson

 
Information request
Our reference: 3078328

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Dear Sir/Madam
 
Freedom of Information Act 2000
 
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February 2018.
 
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Jonathan Sheward
Information Rights Officer

Information Management
Warwickshire County Council
Shire Hall
Warwick
CV34 4RL
Tel: 01926 418633

 

 
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Information request
Our reference: 3078328

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Dear Sir/Madam,
 
Thank you for your request for information received on 12 February 2018.
 
Please find attached our response to your request.
 

Yours faithfully

Jonathan Sheward
Information Rights Officer
Information Management
Warwickshire County Council
Shire Hall
Warwick
CV34 4RL
Tel: 01926 418633
E-mail: [1][email address]
 
 
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