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Rushmoor Local Children’s Partnership. Jude Robinson Area Manager (Post 14 Learning) 27 March 2013. Raising of the Participation Age.

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rushmoor local children s partnership

Rushmoor Local Children’s Partnership

Jude Robinson

Area Manager (Post 14 Learning)

27 March 2013

raising of the participation age
Raising of the Participation Age
  • Children’s Act 2008 – raises participation in education or training until end of the academic year in which a young person turn 17 (2013), and then 18th birthday (2015)
  • Duty on the young person
  • LA duty for sufficiency of provision, post 16, promotion of participation, tracking
  • Schools’ duty for careers information advice and guidance (year 8 to Year 13 from Sept 2013); tracking progression
rpa options
RPA - options
  • Full time education (540 glh) in school sixth form or college; home education
  • Work based learning such as an Apprenticeship
  • Part-time learning (280 glh) if employed, self employed or volunteering for more than 20 hours per week
hcc framework plan
HCC Framework Plan
  • Communication – including Youth Tube redevelopment
  • Offer – targeting provision for vulnerable groups, including Youth Contract; Award programme; HCC Apprenticeships/Internships/Traineeships
  • Support – for young people, schools, providers – including Hampshire Careers and Employability Service
  • Performance – participation, attainment and tracking progression
destination tracking
Destination Tracking
  • Progression measures for schools; Ofsted scrutiny
  • Schools Forum funding – Education Participation Team established
  • Tracking young people; reducing ‘unknowns’
  • Identifying at risk of NEETs in schools and signposting to provision/support
  • Data sharing agreements with post-16 providers
further information
Further information
  • Youth Tube – information and options for young people in Hampshire: www.hants.gov.uk/youthtube
  • DfE – policy, best practice, toolkits, updated statutory guidance: www.education.gov.uk/childrenandyoungpeople/youngpeople/participation/rpa