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Education and children's services

19,20 and 21 year olds who have left the Council's care and are in education, employment or training

NI148 variant: % of former care leavers now aged 19, 20 or 21 looked after for a total of at least 13 weeks after their 14th birthday including some time after their 16th birthday who were in education, employment or training

Our performance in brief

Wandsworth's rank in London: 28
Our previous rank in London: =20
London performance grade: D
Previous performance grade: C

Data period: 2015-16
Last updated: January 2017
Data source: DFE

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Councillor Mrs Sarah McDermott, Cabinet Member for Education and Children's Services says…

Councillor Mrs Sarah McDermott, Cabinet Member for Education and Children's Services
Some recording issues were identified which may have affected the result and have now been rectified. A significant proportion of young people were unable to engage in EET due to difficulties in their lives. This can include ill health or a learning difficulty that impacts their capacity to engage in EET. Young people serving custodial sentences are also classified as NEET. The Virtual School have RAG rated all Post-16 NEET young people and are developing action plans to get them into EET.

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