Presentation on theme: "16+ Learning Choices supporting all young people into positive and sustained destinations Partnership Information National Network Victoria Quay, 7 th."— Presentation transcript:
16+ Learning Choices supporting all young people into positive and sustained destinations Partnership Information National Network Victoria Quay, 7 th February 2011
What is Partnership Information? Objective: De-clutter the data landscape
School Leaver Destination Return (SLDR) - 2006/200786.7% - 2007/200886.3% - 2008/200985.6% - 2009/2010 86.8% Higher Education, Further Education and Training have all seen increases in young people within these initial destinations over the last three years. Employment is 10% lower than it was four years ago. This year’s school staying on rate has increased by approximately 6000. National Statistics
16+LC Winter 2008 16+ Learning Choices is in the phase of early implementation; 14 local authorities did not return any data (56% data return); 7,836 eligible young people were targeted;
16+LC Winter 2008 and 2009 16+ Learning Choices is in the phase of early implementation; 14 local authorities did not return any data (56% data return); 7,836 eligible young people were targeted; 16+ Learning Choices remains in the phase of early implementation; 13 local authorities did not return any data (59% data return); 24,623 eligible young people were targeted;
16+LC Winter 2010 16+ Learning Choices is now a universal offer for all young people who are entering or within the Senior Phase; In winter 2010, there where 86,757 young people eligible for an offer of post-16 learning; 80,956 (or 93%) stayed on at school; 5,792 school leavers were identified of which 3,483 (or 60%) received a confirmed offer by January; SDS continues to work with those 2,310 young people who do not yet have a confirmed offer – some could be awaiting the outcome of an application or are currently Unemployed and NOT Seeking.
16+LC Winter 2008 to 2010
What is Partnership Information? MCMC and 16+LC Data are integral components which produce Partnership Information; Individual data (Intended Destinations) to inform personal support, intervention and IAG; Local data to inform planning and delivery; Aggregated data to inform national monitoring, planning and statistics; Analysis of the data – what does it tell us? Performance? Focus on Care Leavers, Looked After Young People and ASN 16+LC Data Hub – National Developments and local events
Partnership Information - Priorities Support and challenge SDS, local authorities and Scotland’s Colleges through implementation of the 16+LC Data Hub – legal framework – technical articulation – governance; Provide policy advice and guidance to our partners and stakeholders (including articulation within Scottish Government); Work closely with SDS to design and develop a suite of reports; Establish a set of performance indicators aligned to the CIS; Develop our national capacity to perform analysis of data - evaluation; Promote a culture of collaboration – Community of Practice for Partnership Information.
Lee Dunn The Scottish Government email@example.com Scott Gray The Scottish Government firstname.lastname@example.org