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Children & Young People: JSNA 2018

Children and Young People: Joint Strategic Needs Assessment 2018

In order to support the commissioning and delivery across the breadth of local children's  services we have undertaken a collaborative approach to the production of a comprehensive, yet iterative, evidence base. These new sections will be added from now up to April 2018. They cover 14 key areas which are:  

Awaiting completion - by April 2018

in the meantime...

Teenage pregnancy and young parents

Teenage pregnancy prevention framework
Guidance for local teenage pregnancy prevention programmes to help young people avoid unplanned pregnancies and develop healthy relationships. 

Wirral's PHE narrative report on teenage pregnancy is available as part of PHE's Fingertips tool and brings together key data and information to help inform commissioning decisions to reduce unplanned teenage conceptions and improve outcomes for young parents.
Teenage pregnancy prevention framework 
Framework for supporting teenage mothers and young fathers.

Awaiting completion - by April 2018

Awaiting completion - by April 2018

Awaiting completion - by April 2018

Also see

Childrens Social Care: Overview of local needs (February 2018)
This short summary provides some insight into issues related to deprivation and associated geographic aspects that might help Children’s Social Workers in their understanding and support of local children, young people and their families.

Awaiting completion - by April 2018

  • Education Attainment and Standards

    This section provides a detailed analysis of children’s outcomes at the end of the Early Years (aged 5), Key Stage 1 (aged 7) and Key Stage 2 (aged 11). 

  • Local voice for children and young people

    This is a summary of those opportunities and instances that Wirral’s Children and Young People’s Department and key partners have sought the views of those accessing the services provided, involving them, and seeking to understand and incorporate their views into the wider decision-making process.

Awaiting completion - by April 2018

Original content below

Key information sources for you to consider:
Health and social care outcomes frameworks (Collection)
Public Health England Data and Knowledge Gateway
NHS Digital
Child and Maternal Health