SEN COSTS, month of birth, gender, primary need - 2011-2012 & 2012-2013

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Dear Liverpool City Council,

Could you please provide the following information for years 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 respectively in relation to your Local Authority(LA) maintained/state-funded mainstream schools (not special schools, pupil referral units or out-of borough pupils):

1) SEN WITHOUT STATEMENT & COSTS
The percentage of pupils with SEN without statement by month of birth and gender in:

a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary schools

and the financial cost to your LA in relation to providing additional support for these pupils whether by the level of funding provided to school budgets and/or the level of funding held centrally (preferably by month of birth and gender):

a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary

2) SEN WITH STATEMENT & COSTS
The percentage of pupils with SEN with statement by month of birth and gender in:

a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary schools

and the financial cost to your LA in relation to providing additional support for these pupils whether by the level of funding provided to school budgets and/or the level of funding held centrally (preferably by month of birth and gender):

a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary

3) PRIMARY TYPE OF NEED - SEN WITHOUT STATEMENT

The percentage of pupils by gender and their age in reception class or age in Year 7 at the start of the academic with each primary type of need listed below with SEN without statement in
a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary schools;

• Specific Learning Difficulty
• Moderate Learning Difficulty
• Severe Learning Difficulty
• Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulty
• Behaviour, Emotional and Social Difficulty
• Speech Language and Communication Difficulty
• Hearing Impairment
• Visual Impairment
• Multi-Sensory Impairment
• Physical Disability
• Autistic Spectrum Disorder
• Other Difficulty/Disability

4) PRIMARY TYPE OF NEED - SEN WITH STATEMENT

The percentage of pupils by gender and their age in reception class or age in Year 7 at the start of the academic year with each primary type of need listed below with SEN with statement in
a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary schools;

• Specific Learning Difficulty
• Moderate Learning Difficulty
• Severe Learning Difficulty
• Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulty
• Behaviour, Emotional and Social Difficulty
• Speech Language and Communication Difficulty
• Hearing Impairment
• Visual Impairment
• Multi-Sensory Impairment
• Physical Disability
• Autistic Spectrum Disorder
• Other Difficulty/Disability

Yours faithfully,

Michelle Melson

Jawahier Sharif Ali, Liverpool City Council

Dear Ms Melson,

Acknowledgement of your request for information.
Thank you for your recent correspondence requesting information from the
City Council.  Your request was received in our offices on 23 September
2013 and, is being processed in accordance with the Freedom of Information
Act 2000.

The information you have requested can be summarised as follows:

Could you please provide the following information for years 2011-2012 and
2012-2013 respectively in relation to your Local Authority(LA)
maintained/state-funded mainstream schools (not special schools, pupil
referral units or out-of borough pupils):

1) SEN WITHOUT STATEMENT & COSTS
The percentage of pupils with SEN without statement by month of birth and
gender in:

a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary schools

and the financial cost to your LA in relation to providing additional
support for these pupils whether by the level of funding provided to
school budgets and/or the level of funding held centrally (preferably by
month of birth and gender):

a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary

2) SEN WITH STATEMENT & COSTS
The percentage of pupils with SEN with statement by month of birth and
gender in:

a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary schools

and the financial cost to your LA in relation to providing additional
support for these pupils whether by the level of funding provided to
school budgets and/or the level of funding held centrally (preferably by
month of birth and gender):

a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary

3) PRIMARY TYPE OF NEED - SEN WITHOUT STATEMENT

The percentage of pupils by gender and their age in reception class or age
in Year 7 at the start of the academic with each primary type of need
listed below with SEN without statement in
a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary schools;

- Specific Learning Difficulty
- Moderate Learning Difficulty
- Severe Learning Difficulty
- Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulty â ¢ Behaviour, Emotional and
Social Difficulty - Speech Language and Communication Difficulty, Hearing
Impairment, Visual Impairment, Multi-Sensory Impairment - Physical
Disability, Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Other Difficulty/Disability

4) PRIMARY TYPE OF NEED - SEN WITH STATEMENT

The percentage of pupils by gender and their age in reception class or age
in Year 7 at the start of the academic year with each primary type of need
listed below with SEN with statement in
a) your LA maintained/state-funded primary schools and
b) your LA maintained/state-funded secondary schools;

- Specific Learning Difficulty
- Moderate Learning Difficulty
- Severe Learning Difficulty
- Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulty, Behaviour, Emotional and Social
Difficulty, Speech Language and Communication Difficulty, Hearing
Impairment, Visual Impairment, Multi-Sensory Impairment, Physical
Disability, Autistic Spectrum Disorder,  Other Difficulty/Disability

If the above summary is incorrect or you wish to change any details, let
me know at the earliest opportunity.

A response will be sent to you as soon as possible and in any case within
the statutory deadline which is 20 working days from the working day after
your request was received.

For your information, the Act defines a number of exemptions which may
prevent the release of information you have requested. There will be an
assessment and, if any of the exemption categories apply, the information
will not be provided to you.  You will be informed if this is the case

Please quote the above reference number in all future communications.

Regards 
Jawahier Sharif Ali (Fatima)
Information Officer
Legal Service
Liverpool City Council
Municipal Buildings
Dale Street,
Liverpool
L2 2DH
Tel: 0151 225 2411
Email: [1][email address].uk 
Website: [2]www.liverpool.gov.uk

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Dear Jawahier Sharif Ali,

I haven't received a response as yet, is anyone working on this FOI request?

Many thanks

Yours sincerely,

Michelle Melson

Ali, Jawahier Sharif, Liverpool City Council

I am now in leave and will be back to the office on Monday 25/11/13.

I will not have access to my inbox during this time so for any FOI, DPA or EIR inquiries/responses please forward it to the information team inbox at: [email address]. alterntivly contact the team on 0151 225 3132 - Andrea Glanville

PLEASE NOTE THAT ANY REQUEST FOR INFO WOULD NOT BE VALID UNLESS IT WAS SENT TO THE ABOVE EMAIL ADDRESS.

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Dear Liverpool City Council,

I have yet to receive a response my FOI request.

A full history of my FOI request and all correspondence is available on the Internet at this address: https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/s...

Yours faithfully,

Michelle Melson

Symm, Kevin, Liverpool City Council

Dear Ms Melsom

I can confirm that I am still in the process of gathering the information you have requested. Please accept my apologies for the delay and my assurances that your request is being actively worked on and our response will be with you as soon as possible.

In the meantime if I can be of any assistance regarding this or any other matter please do not hesitate in contacting me

Regards,

Kevin Symm I Senior Information Officer
Liverpool City Council I Municipal Buildings I Dale Street I Liverpool I L2 2DH
T: 0151 225 3132 I E: [email address]
Online: www.liverpool.gov.uk

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Jawahier Sharif Ali, Liverpool City Council

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Dear Ms Melson,
Please see attached our response to your FOI request.
Regards

Jawahier Sharif Ali (Fatima) I Information Officer
Liverpool City Council I Municipal Buildings I Dale Street I Liverpool I
L2 2DH
T: 0151 225 2411 I F: 0151 225 2392 I E:
[1][email address]
Online: [2]www.liverpool.gov.uk

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