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1 Child Poverty and Local Area Agreements LAAs: next steps Which indicators? What data? Will Morlidge GOEM

2 LAAs: next steps Refresh to be completed by LAA partners and GOs by March 2009 (ministerial sign-off April) Issues to be resolved: –Reward: guidance expected by Christmas –Indicators: eg KS3, perception of ASB –Targetry: Whitehall and GOs are working on their negotiating briefs –Data: collection and/or quality assurance of many datasets underway

3 Which indicators? (1) NIS includes baskets of indicators which: –can impact on your area of work –might be affected by your work –underpin a delivery plan when taken together Various approaches: –SETF, DCSF, GOEM – policy driven –GOL, CLG – statistically driven

4 Which indicators? (2) From DCSF, GOEM, GOL and CLG models: 71 NIs identified, 4 were common: 102 Achievement gap between FSM pupils and peers achieving at Key Stages 2 and 4 106 Young people from low income backgrounds progressing to higher education 116 Proportion of children in poverty (workless households) 118 Take up of formal childcare by low-income working families

5 Which indicators? (3) In 2 or 3: 48 Children KSI 53 Breastfeeding 70 Emergency hospital admissions 72 Foundation Stage (mandatory) 73-84 Attainment (some mandatory) 112 Teenage conception 117 NEET 187 Fuel poverty

6 Which indicators? (4) In 1: 1-5 civic participation 9-11 culture 55-56 Obesity 57 Sport 58 Emotional health 61-63 CIC stability Attainment (17 NIs) 104-5 SEN attainment 107-8 BME attainment 151 Employment rate 152, 153, 181 Benefits 158 Decent Homes 161-5 Adult skills 166 Earnings 185 Street cleanliness

7 Which indicators? (5) Take up of 116 (1), 118 (1 local), 102 (0) and 106 (0) Attainment, TP and NEET are well covered Reliant on less strongly related NIs (eg NI1 is in 8) But broadly similar to national picture (bar London)

8 Which indicators? (6) For consideration: Which are impacts of CP and which does CP impact on? Are CIC being accidentally screened out? No link to ASB, drugs or crime Weak linkages to indicators on adult social exclusion Child Poverty Unit to lead further work

9 What data? NIData available? 102 FSM achievement gapYes 106 YP from poor backgrounds into HEFrom November 2008 116 Proportion of children in povertyNo 118 Childcare take-up by low income familiesNo 48 Children KSIYes 53 BreastfeedingNo 70 Emergency hospital admissionsNo 72 Foundation StageYes 73-84 AttainmentYes (some imminent) 112 Teenage conceptionYes 117 NEETYes 187 Fuel povertyNo – region only

10 Any questions? To support the afternoon sessions data packs on available datasets will be circulated for each local area Will Morlidge GOEM will.morlidge@goem.gsi.gov.uk 0115 971 2563


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