At St Anne’s we believe that every child has the chance to reach their potential regardless of any especial educational need (SEND).
The following information outlines how we include all children in reaching their potential whilst at St Anne’s.
Mrs Dawn Wood is St Anne’s school SENCO. She can be contacted on 01706 214081 or via email: email@example.com
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Children Looked After (CLA)
A child ‘looked-after by a local authority’ is one who is looked after within the meaning of section 22 of Children Act 1989 or Part 6 of the Social Services and Well-being (Wales) Act 2014 .The Children Act 1989, as amended by the Children and Families Act 2014 and the Children and Social Work Act 2017.
Children Looked After are those in public care and are either:
- Subject to a Care Order or Interim Care Order, living either at home or away from home. The Local Authority has parental authority which it then shares with the parents in a prescribed way.
- Accommodated with friends or relatives, foster care or residential homes – parents retain full parental responsibility.
- Remanded into care.
A previously looked-after child is one who is no longer looked after in England and Wales because s/he is the subject of an adoption, special guardianship or child arrangements order which includes arrangements relating to with whom the child is to live, or when the child is to live with any person, or has been adopted from ‘state care’ outside England and Wales; and
A child is in ‘state care’ outside England and Wales if s/he is in the care of or accommodated by a public authority, a religious organisation or any other organisation the sole or main purpose of which is to benefit society.
You can read more about children looked after on Lancashire County Council’s website on the link below.
Our St Anne’s school policy in regards to CLA can be viewed below.