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1 Remodelling Children and Young Peoples Services in New Parks LEICESTER CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLES STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIP Brighter Futures for Children and Young People Targeted Youth Support / Leicester Integrated Services Trial

2 There are 14 local TYS pathfinders Hampshire Derby City/Derbyshire Nottinghamshire Wandsworth Hertfordshire Southwark Knowsley Worcestershire Gloucestershire Leicester City South Tyneside York Gateshead

3 TYS Objectives The Pathfinders will help the DfES … Trial the remodelling methodology in a new context i.e. youth services Understand how to promote integration on the ground inform policy development develop and test an effective change management toolkit and case studies for use in service redesign across others areas of the country

4 METHODLOGY We have engaged with 300 people locally including: –Service leads –Team leads –Practitioners –Young people –Parents/carers This engagement has included interviews, questionnaires, workshops, specific analysis of SEN provision at New College …

5 Men drink and sware and follow you Because there is threatening gangs all around FINDINGS: an aggressive / violent environment Other issues cited on the questionnaires: Nutty kids Too many bullies People terrorising the elderly Bullying racism skiving Gangs Fighting My sister just told my mum she is pregnant Police Attacks Getting back into mainstream school Drinking Lighting on Western Park, dogs Smoking Gangs of youths, fights Fighting racism Robbery Litter - Run down No posh housing Source: Young Persons Questionnaires

6 SOME STATISTICS Teenage parents: –3.8% of yr old females in City that are teenage parents (compared to 9.7% in New Parks). –New Parks is the second highest ward in Leicester for teenage parents (after Eyres Monsell). Exclusions: Academic year 2004/5 503 fixed exclusions, 11 permanent exclusions. Representing 2247 days lost. (New College) Attendance: 2004/5: 80.6% On average each student is missing a day a week. New College is easily the worst attendance rate in the City Assistant Principle EWO Source:Source: Connexions, Admissions and Exclusions Dept, EWO.

7 They believe that the young peoples view of their service delivery is poor: Waste of time Disinterested Difficult to get to Unavailabl e Being friendly isnt enough Peepl real nice+ understandin they listen to us Source: Focused Interviews, Young Persons Questionnaires

8 SERVICE IMPACT Because they are there when I need some 1 to tell Sarah from Connexions came with me on the first day of college to get used to the people In School me and my mates had a problem with others but all they did was talk about it, nothing got done Source: Young Persons Questionnaires

9 Nov 2005 – Apr 2006 discover, develop, deepen : LCYPSP = 0 –19/ th May Fast Start events June Mobilise Change Teams July 3 rd – Agree way forward The Leicester Approach - LIST

10 Workstreams - change teams Engagement of Children & YP and identification of their needs Integration Services 0 -12/13 & 13/14 – 19/25 Resources, Employment, Assets and Learning (REAL) team Engagement of Parents & Families and Community development Quick wins delivery The number of people deployed has risen from 45 at the end of May to 65 at the beginning of July

11 Timeline to End Sept 2006 DP3 = developing a detailed model with plans for implementation Oct to Dec 2006 = preparation period Jan 2007 = new provision commences July 2007 = evaluation

12 Outcomes for children & young people Integration in New Parks Childrens Trust Arrangements CYPP/LAA Community Strategy CAF/LP Childrens Centre 0-12/3yrs New College Integrated Provision 13/ yrs

13 Aligns with local initiatives Childrens Centres inc 0 – 19 strategy Neighbourhood Management & Governance CAF/LP Youth Offending, YISP and Police JAGS Youth Offer CLAB Teenage Pregnancy hot spot New College, four Primaries & Extended Services

14 Childrens Centres (0-8yrs)? Universal/Vulnerable Local integrated Multi- Disciplinary networks School and Community networks Delivering integrated local services

15 Extended Services in and around Schools (4-16yrs?) Universal/Vulnerable Local integrated Multi- Disciplinary networks School and Community networks Delivering integrated local services

16 Integrated Youth Provision (13-19+yrs) Universal/Vulnerable Local integrated Multi- Disciplinary networks School and Community networks Delivering integrated local services

17 Integrated 0 – 19 School and Community networks Universal/Vulnerable Local integrated Multi- Disciplinary networks School and Community networks Delivering integrated local services

18 Hot Spot - Geographical targeting School and Community networks Delivering integrated local services Integrated 0 – 19 School and Community networks Universal/Vulnerable Local integrated Multi- Disciplinary networks

19 School and Community networks Delivering integrated local and city-wide services Universal/Vulnerable Local integrated Multi- Disciplinary networks Targeted Specialist Integrated city-wide Multi-Disciplinary zonal networks Acute/Intensive City & Sub/Regional Intensive & Specialist Commissioning Imaginative Challenge Hot Spot - Geographical targeting Joint Gateway

20 0-12/13 Integrated Team

21 13/14-19 Integrated Team New College Pastoral, Behavioural and SEN support BEST Youth Work Extended Provision in and around school BIP

22 0-19/25 Integrated Provision & CYP Neighbourhood Manager Neighbourhood Board

23 BEST PRACTICE HIGHLIGHTS Leadership from the top meets bottom needs analysis and service design Young people and community focus groups Genie out of the bottle Website development and communication methods Quick wins Build on existing developments eg Childrens Centres, Extended services, Housing Neighbourhood Management Seconded staff and dedicated project and strategic managers


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