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The cultural and ethnic identity of children, young people in Norfolk today Nigel Nicholds Planning, Performance and Partnerships Service.

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1 The cultural and ethnic identity of children, young people in Norfolk today Nigel Nicholds Planning, Performance and Partnerships Service

2 Testing your Norfolk knowledge How many children and young people are there living in Norfolk (under 18)? After English, what is the next most common preferred language in Norfolk schools? Answers will all be revealed after the quiz….

3 Answers How many children and young people are there living in Norfolk (under 18)? 163,000 (ONS mid-year estimate = 163,159) After English, what is the next most common preferred language in Norfolk schools? Portuguese (then Polish)

4 Answers 1.Proportion of children from a BAME background 2.Proportion of children with a disability 3.Proportion of children in need with a disability 4.Proportion of children with a statement of special educational need 5.Proportion of children who are lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender About 5.3% (school population January 2012) Estimated 2.5-3% (therefore about 4,500) About 13% (using DDA definition) About 3% Estimated at 6% - 9%

5 6.Proportion of children who are looked after 7.Proportion of looked after children from a BAME background 8.Proportion of looked after children from a BAME background in Suffolk 9.Proportion of children with a child protection plan 10.Proportion of children with a child protection plan who are from a BAME background 11.Proportion of children who are a “child in need” on any given day About 0.62% About 8% About 16% About 0.34% About 3.5% About 3%

6 Some useful sources of further information


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