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Is there a systematic approach to knowing the local MCMC population (and those at risk) and its needs in relation to education, employment and training. Known as Surname Gender Year/Stage Free Meals (in receipt of) Looked after status Postcode Attendance rate Number of exclusions

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Is there a systematic approach to knowing the local


Is there a systematic approach to knowing the local

  • Known as

  • Surname

  • Gender

  • Year/Stage

  • Free Meals (in receipt of)

  • Looked after status

  • Postcode

  • Attendance rate

  • Number of exclusions

  • Lates to date

  • Homelessness application

  • Main difficulty in learning


Is there a systematic approach to knowing the local


Is there a systematic approach to knowing the local

Is there good quality support (personal support and IAG) for

to support young people in their choices and what progress

is being made with the e-Prospectus?


Is there a systematic approach to knowing the local

  • Clear advice and information about all the options available for

  • Support and guidance to help young people make choices

  • and complete a career plan for the future

  • Early identification of school leavers

  • Regular personal support

  • Tracking and monitoring of pupils at post-statutory leaving age

  • A programme of careers education helping young people

  • develop skills and knowledge to make choices and the

  • transition to work and further learning

  • Input to school PSHE and vocational courses

  • An opportunity to learn about the world of work

  • Facilitation of 16+ LC and related offers


Is there a systematic approach to knowing the local