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DEL-11 Personal Education Plan Electronic form Section 2 DEL 2011.pdf

Schools will receive a hard copy of Section 2 of the Personal Education Plan.  For their convenience, an electronic version can be used and kept by the school for updating for a Looked After Child (LAC) review or when requested by the child or young person's social worker.

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DEL-11 Personal Education Plan DEC 11.pdf

A Personal Education Plan is a continuous running record of a child or young person's school history and identifies what needs to happen for looked after children and young people to fulfill their potential by planning and establishing clear targets for the child or young person relating to learning achievements.
 
Version 1.0, December 2011
 

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DEL-11 Sample of Personal Education Plan Section 2 Annex B Circular 2011-24.pdf

Annex B is a sample of Section 2 of the Personal Education Plan which will be sent out by the child or young person's social worker.

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DE-11 The introduction of Personal Education Plans for LAC Circular 2011-24.pdf

This circular provides information for schools on the introduction of Personal Education Plans (PEPs) for looked after children.
 
Date of issue: 29 November 2011

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NIA 14 LAC Educational policy & practice 8 Dec 14.pdf

This paper outlines the educational policy around looked after children in Northern Ireland, England, the Republic of Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

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UU 18 PathwaysFEHEcare1718.pdf

This guide is written for those supporting young people making choices about their future education. It details the roles and contributions of various agencies engaged in supporting young people. It sets out information about pathways into continued education, the supports available, application routes and financial provision.

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EST 16 Raising the attainment practice report JUL 16.pdf

Children in care living in Wales still face too many barriers to doing well in school, warns a report by watchdog Estyn. It found although results are improving, there is still a wide achievement gap between looked after children and other pupils.

opzioni binarie 60 secondi tecniche document PRACTITIONER GUIDANCE | Supporting care leavers in FE and HE: A guide for those taking on the role of Care Leaver Contact (updated 2016) ABSTRACT, National Network for the Education of Care Leavers, 2016

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NNECL 16 Supporting care leavers in FE & HE ABSTRACT 2016.docx

This abstract provides details of a guide which has been compiled in order to support colleagues in universities and colleges who are new to or expanding their engagement in supporting care leavers.

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CEL 12 Recognition of prior learning and looked after young people CELCIS Education Scotland DEC 12.pdf

This report describes the findings from a study designed to test out an application of Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) for young people from a looked-after background. The potential advantages of RPL profiling could have positive effects on the educational outcomes of the looked-after child. Many looked-after children leave school with few or no formal qualifications, but these same young people often have full and varied life experiences. These experiences may have led to a set of wider achievements that could be recognised by the RPL process.
 

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DCSF 09 Guidance on LAC with SEN placed out-of-authority 2009.pdf

The purpose of this guidance is to explain how local authorities’ responsibilities for meeting the special educational needs of looked after children placed out-of-authority in England operate.

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WG 15 Raising the ambitions & educational attainment consultation JAN 15.pdf

This consultation covers the education of looked after children, primarily of compulsory school age, but does include the transition to further and higher education. It is a joint draft strategy between the Welsh Government’s Department for Education and Skills and the Department for Health and Social Services. Closing date for responses is 4 May 2015.

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WG 16 Raising ambitions & educational attainment of children JAN 16.pdf

This joint strategy between the Department for Education and Public Services and the Department for Health and Social Services is aimed at driving up the educational performance of children who are looked after. It identifies the areas where action needs to be targeted to further support the educational attainment of children who are looked after, primarily of compulsory school age but also includes transition to further and higher education. The strategy is accompanied by an action plan which sets out by theme our commitment to improve educational outcomes for children who are looked after. It contains a timeframe for specific actions to be undertaken by the Welsh Government and its key partners.

pdf STRATEGY | Raising the ambitions and educational attainment of children who are looked after in Wales: Action plan 2015–16, Welsh Government, January 2016

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WG 16 LAC educational attainment action plan JAN 16.pdf

This document sets out theme by theme the Welsh Government’s commitment to improve the educational outcomes of looked after children. It contains a time-frame of specific actions to be undertaken by the Welsh Government and its key partners. It should be read in conjunction with the strategy: Raising the ambitions and educational attainment of children who are looked after in Wales.

pdf STRATEGY | We can and must do better: Working together to build improvement in educational outcomes of Scotland's looked after children and young people, Scottish Executive, January 2007

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SCOEX 07 We can and must do better JAN 07.pdf

This report reflects the discussions which took place during the meetings of the Ministerial short-life working group.  It sets out 19 actions that will deliver under five key themes - working together; becoming effective life long learners; developing into successful and responsible adults; being emotionally, mentally and physically healthy; and feeling safe and nurtured in a home setting.

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NCTL 14 Effective leadership of LAC Case Study 2014.pdf

The purpose of this case study is to explore how leaders, in one school, provide effective education for looked after children and work with the local authority’s virtual school headteacher (VSH) to support them.

pdf VIRTUAL SCHOOLS | The impact of virtual schools on the educational progress of looked after children, OFSTED, October 2012

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OFS 12 The impact of virtual schools on the educational progress of looked after children OCT 12.pdf

This report examines the impact of virtual schools, established by local authorities to support and improve the educational achievement of looked after children. The report draws on evidence from cases and from the views of carers; children and young people; professionals, including local authority managers and social workers; and representatives from schools, colleges and the voluntary sector in nine local authorities.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | A Different Class? Educational Attainment - the views and experiences of looked after young people, Who Cares? Scotland, 2004

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WCS 04 A Different Class 2004.pdf

This consultation provides baseline data on young people's self reported educational achievement, qualitative information on their aspirations and motivation, why some become disengaged from the education system, and whether they noticed any improvement from the investment in this area. Views on how educational attainment might be improved are also included.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Branded a Problem? M Hannan, 2002

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VOY 02 Branded a Problem 2002.pdf

A participative research project on the educational experiences of children and young people in care.

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ANV 07 ABSTRACT Please sir Can I have some more.pdf

This abstract provides details about a report which outlines young people's views on barriers to education for both those in care and care leavers.  It includes what types of support helped them and what support is needed.

pdf YOUNG PEOPLE'S VIEWS | Young people in care highlight problems in education, Felicity Templeton, January 2003

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CCIP 03 ABSTRACT Young people in care highlight problems in education JAN 03.pdf

This abstract of a research update published in Child Care in Practice, Volume 9.1 (January 2003) discusses Branded A Problem?.  This research was published in 2002 and highlighted how being in care can affect young people's education in Northern Ireland.

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