4 edition of Children looked after in England: 1997/98 found in the catalog.
Children looked after in England: 1997/98
Great Britain. Department of Health.
Title from cover.
|Statement||prepared by the Government Statistical Service.|
|Series||Statistical bulletin -- 1998/33|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||18|
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Rate of children being looked after in the North East of England in / 94 children Detailed statistics Maintenance of looked after children. 22C. Ways in which looked after children are to be accommodated and maintained.
22D. Review of child's case before making alternative arrangements for accommodation. 22E. Children’s homes provided by Secretary of State or Welsh Ministers.
22F. Regulations as to children looked after by local authorities. Get this from a library. Children looked after by local authorities: Government response to the second report of the Health Committee on children looked after by local authorities, Session [Great Britain.
Department of Health.] The Scottish Government’s strategy for looked after children (PDF) sets out priorities to improve the lives of looked after children and young people (Scottish Government, ).
Wales In England and Wales, the Children and Young Persons Act aims to ensure children in care receive high-quality care and services, which are focused on and For example, looked-after children are over-represented in the criminal justice system and in custody in particular.
The Adolescent and Children's Trust pointed to a significant correlation between looked-after children and children who offend (noting that 40% of children in custody have been in care).[ 98 ] Transparency and freedom of information releases. Department for Children, Schools and Families resource accounts to 23 July Corporate report b).
However, 15 per cent of looked after children have lived in a residential placement at some point (Department for Education, a). The relative standing of foster and residential care has been reversed in barely 30 years, with residential care for children now younger children are more likely to find, and want, a long term placement References HM Government () Children Act (chapter 41).
The Scottish Office ()Scotland's children: The Children (Scotland) Act regulations and guidance. Volume 2: children looked after by local authorities.
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Health across the life span 61 Chapter 3 Health across the life span T his chapter looks at trends and developments in health throughout the life span, deal-ing with four specific age groups – in-fants and small children; older chil-dren and adolescents; adults up to the age of 65; and older people, with a special focus on women’s health The vast majority of faith schools in England have a Christian faith designation, but there are also a small number of schools with other faith designations – including Muslim, Jewish and Sikh.
religious character may give priority to all looked after children and previously looked after children whether or not of the faith, 27 Children’s participation as a struggle over recognition: exploring the promise of dialogue ROBYN FITzGERALD, ANNE GRAHAM, ANNE SMITH AND NICOLA TAYLOR 28 Children and deliberative democracy in England TOM COCKBURN 29 Governance and participation E.
KAY M. TISDALL 30 After participation: the socio-spatial performance /02/ managers of services for looked after children; commissioners of services for looked after children; virtual head teachers, independent reviewing officers and other professionals with responsibilities in relation to looked after children.
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The ‘Orange Book’ attempted to introduce ‘a clear practice framework for assessment’ Concerns around the poor performance of ‘looked after children’ led to the!/file/.
Children and Families Act (c. 6) v Staying put arrangements 98 Arrangements for living with former foster parents after reaching adulthood Educational achievement of looked after children 99 Promotion of educational achievement of children looked after by The Protection of Children in England: A Progress Report The Protection of Children in England: A Progress Report The Lord Laming The Lord Laming March Published by TSO (The Stationery Office) and available from: Online Mail, Telephone Fax & E-Mail TSO PO Norwich, NR3 1GN Telephone orders/General enquiries Lovegood is the surname of a wizarding family.
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