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14-19 Agenda Helen McMullen Deputy Regional Director Government Office for Yorkshire and the Humber Director for Children & Learners
We want more young people to be offered more each year
Raising attainment Increasing participation Closing the gap Ambition and Aspiration
Participation is now on the way up
We are starting to see progress on young people who are NEET
More young people are achieving more L2 qualifications year by year
Qualification and Curriculum Reform Secondary curriculum New pathways to L1 and beyond Functional skills New assessments at A level Diplomas New NC Programmes of study
14-19 Strategy Curriculum reforms Integrated Youth Offer –Targeted –Connexions Transition –Tackling NEET –Tackling Youth Offending –Tackling Teenage Conception –Tackling Drugs and Substance Misuse –Tackling CAMH problems and access
Every Child Matters 0-19 years (0-25 years) Infrastructure Co-ordination –early indication –prevention –intervention
The Foundation Learning Tier Strategy Managers and Curriculum Managers group 24 th March 2009.
Opportunity, excellence … and then some! implementation: an LSC view Gareth Griffiths Provision and Attainment Director.
Stephen Meek Director of Strategy, DfES 26 April 2006
TOWARDS A COMPREHENSIVE SYSTEM Dr Ann Hodgson & Dr Ken Spours Institute of Education University of London.
Policy Context Joining up Agendas Responsible Agencies £ Education Skills Employment 5 year strategy for Learners Every Child Matters framework
Garforth Learning Village School Partnership Trust.
1 Developing Integrated Youth Support Services within Leicestershire Piloting new ways of working.
Developing Integrated Youth Support Services in Leicestershire
Background / Policy Context For Scotlands children examined childrens services across Scotland. Identified need to ensure that agencies work together.
16+ Learning Choices Ann Carnachan Head of School Improvement Falkirk Council.
Raising The Participation Age: Implications and Approaches Diana Choulerton Raising Participation Age Lead 14 th Sept 2011 CHILDRENS & ADULTS SERVICES.
Extract from LDA Market Warming Event 10 th September 2010.
Widening Participation: Working with parents and communities Margaret Hart Assistant Director, Head of Widening Participation January 2009.
14-19 Reform : The Next Steps Remember why this is happening Journey so far Curriculum Reform Advice / Guidance & Youth Support National, Regional & Sub.
Maggie Carter Assistant Director, Learner & Family Support
14 – 19 Conference July 2006 Context: National Local.
The National Reform Programme. The national context DCSF reform programme Raising the Participation Age 21 st Century Schools Funding.
Improving Outcomes for Learners Post 16 Patrick Leeson Corporate Director.
Children’s Trust Arrangements Find out more by going to: Developing Children’s Trust Arrangements in Wiltshire This presentation.
Multi-agency group for Children and Young People in Care
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