CSR07 Piano Diagram

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Published on May 2, 2008

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Slide1:  Reduce the under-18 conception rate L T STIs: prevalence of Chlamydia in under-20 year-olds More participation in Positive Activities L Rate of permanent exclusions L L Reduce the number of first-time entrants to the Criminal Justice System aged 10-17 L Reduce the proportion of young people frequently using illicit drugs, alcohol or volatile substances Reduce the percentage of 16-18 year olds not in education, employment or training (NEET) L L T The proportion of former care leavers aged 19, who had left care aged 16 or over, who are in suitable accommodation The proportion of former care leavers aged 19, who had left care aged 16 or over, who are in employment, education or training Degree to which people feel that people in their area treat one another with respect and consideration Degree to which people feel parents take responsibility for behaviour of their children L L L L DSO 1: Secure the wellbeing and health of children and young people Parental confidence, empowerment and positive roles (proposed national-level perception data) Mental Health of Children in Care L Emotional health and wellbeing - CYP user perception L Emotional health and well-being - child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS) L Percentage of pupils who have school lunches L Prevalence of breastfeeding at 6 – 8 weeks L Infant Mortality Parents’ experience of services for disabled children and the ‘core offer’ L Levels of childhood obesity Obesity in Children in Reception (local-level data) L Child obesity at year 6 (local-level data) L Percentage of 5-16 year olds participating in at least 2 hours per week of high-quality PE and sport at school and the percentage of 5-19 year olds participating in at least 3 further hours per week of sporting opportunities L DSO 2: Safeguard the young and vulnerable Percentage of children who have experienced bullying Young runaways including missing children L % of child protection cases which should have been reviewed during the year that were reviewed L The % of looked after children adopted during the year who were placed for adoption within 12 months of the local authority deciding that the child should be placed for adoption (and were subsequently adopted in that placement) L % of referrals that go on to initial assessments L Hospital admissions caused by unintentional and deliberate injuries to children and young people L Percentage of children referred to children's social care who received an initial assessment within 7 working days L Duration of Child Protection Plan Children becoming the subject of Child Protection plan for a second or subsequent time L Percentage core assessments within 35 days The % of looked after children cases which should have been reviewed during the year that were reviewed on time during the year L Proportion of looked after children experiencing 3 or more placement moves over the previous year L The proportion of children under 16 who have been looked after for 2.5 or more years, who have been living in the same placement for at least the last 2 years L L L L DSO 3: Achieve world class standards in education DSO 4: Close the gap in educational achievement for children from disadvantaged backgrounds Percentage of secondary schools judged as having good or better standards of behaviour Number of extended schools - delivery goal L Schools in special measures L Early Years Foundation Stage attainment Proportion achieving level 4 in both English and maths at Key Stage 2 L T S Proportion achieving level 5 in both English and maths at Key Stage 3 KS 3 science (proportion of pupils at level 5 (or 6)) L S Proportion achieving 5 A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) including GCSEs in both English and mathematics, at Key Stage 4 L T S KS 4 science (% achieving 2 or more A*-C GCSEs) L L T S L T S L Number of persistent absentee pupils (missing 20% or more of school year) - secondary L S KS 2 floor target - English and Maths L KS 3 floor target - English and Maths L KS 4 floor target , 5 A*-C (inc. English and Maths) L DSO 5: Ensure young people are participating and achieving their potential to 18 and beyond 14-19 Learning Diplomas - delivery goal L The number of young people in England taking “A” Levels in mathematics, physics, chemistry and biological sciences % 17 year olds in education or training L Proportion of young people achieving Level 2 at age 19 Proportion of young people achieving Level 3 at age 19 L T L L T DSO 6: Keep children and young people on the path to success Whole of DCSF Business (reflected in annual Business Plan) POTENTIAL APPROACH TO CSR07 PERFORMANCE FRAMEWORK Version as at: 12/10/2007 BE HEALTHY STAY SAFE ENJOY AND ACHIEVE MAKING A POSITIVE CONTRIBUTION / ACHIEVE ECONOMIC WELL-BEING [User perception indicators, to cover issues such as CYP perceptions of their progress against the 5 outcomes, services on offer to them, involvement in decision making, perceptions of the local area] = Indicator underpinning a PSA = DCSF PSA = OGD PSA, with DCSF indicator/s underpinning it = PSA Delivery Agreement = strong links to PSA delivery but not a direct indicator (L) = LGWP indicator (L*) = LGWP indicator, but potentially not available for 2008-09 (U) = User perception / satisfaction / experience indicator (T) = National target over the CSR07 period (S) = Statutory target for all Local Area Agreements Key: = Cross-Government Every Child Matters (ECM) outcome = Departmental Strategic Objective (DSO) = Indicator (outcome) = Cross-cutting delivery goal (output) Notes: * This framework sets out the main cross-government Every Child Matters (ECM) outcomes, which are supported by each DSO and its underpinning indicators. ECM fits within the whole range of Departmental business (but not all Departmental business fits under ECM, e.g. aspects of adult skills), and many of the indicators are likely to affect multiple ECM outcomes. A wider suite of indicators, led by other departments, also contribute to ECM. DSO 7: Leading and managing the system PSA 15 Address the disadvantage that individuals experience because of their gender, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, religion or belief  (CLG led) PSA 4 Promote world class science and innovation in the UK (DIUS led) PSA 16 Increase the proportion of socially excluded adults in settled accommodation and employment, education or training (Cabinet Office led) PSA 9 Halve the number of children in poverty by 2010-11, on the way to eradicating child poverty by 2020 (HMT led) Achievement gap between pupils eligible for free school meals (FSM) and their peers achieving the expected level at Key Stages 2 and 4 L Proportion of children in care achieving level 4 in English at Key Stage 2 Number of Children's centres - delivery goal L Take-up of formal childcare by low-income families - delivery goal L T Achievement gap at Early Years Foundation Stage L T S Key Stage 2 BME attainment L Key Stage 4 BME attainment L Proportion of pupils progressing by 2 levels in English at Key Stage 2 Proportion of pupils progressing by 2 levels in English at Key Stage 3 L S Proportion of pupils progressing by 2 levels in English at Key Stage 4 Proportion of pupils progressing by 2 levels in mathematics at Key Stage 2 L S Proportion of pupils progressing by 2 levels in mathematics at Key Stage 3 L S Proportion of pupils progressing by 2 levels in mathematics at Key Stage 4 L S L S L S L T S Proportion of children in care achieving level 4 in mathematics at Key Stage 2 L T S Proportion of children in care achieving 5 A*-C GCSEs (or equivalent) at Key Stage 4 L T S Narrowing the SEN/non-SEN gap - achieving the KS 2 English and mathematics threshold L Narrowing the SEN/non-SEN gap - achieving 5 A*-C GCSE including English and mathematics L Inequality gap reduction in attainment at 19 level 2 L Inequality gap reduction in attainment at 19 level 3 L The gap between the initial participation in full time higher education rates for young people aged 18, 19 and 20 from the top three and bottom four socio-economic classes SEN - final statements issued within 26 weeks (with and without exceptions) Proportion (or number) of mature entrants to higher education from deprived areas L L Preventable child deaths as recorded through child death review panel process

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