Cost Home Education Services

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2014 information taken from FOIs here

2013 information taken from FOIs here

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Barking and Dagenham

Barking Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in Inclusion and line management is with the Attendance Manager. The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare and the current year's budget is £21K. Next year's budget is £21K + inflation.

2012 Elective Home Education sits within the Attendance Service, line 2.0.9  Education welfare service in the s251 budget. No specific budget. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Barnet

Barnet Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in High Incidence Support Team and there is no separate budget.

2012 Elective Home Education is part of the work done by an Advisory Teacher within the High Incidence Support Team.  No specific budget. The S251 lines that may relate to Home Education which are as follows:- Behaviour Support Services 1.3.2 Parent Partnership 2.0.4 Education Welfare 2.0.9 School Improvement 2.0.10. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Barnsley

Barnsley Bar Chart August 2014 EHE is delivered via a service level agreement with the PRU. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision 1.2.4 and the budget allocation is £28K with the same planned for next year.

2012 The Borough commissions Springwell Community Special School to deliver home education services. The budget sum allocated to home education service and support is £13,500 FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Bath and North East Somerset

Bath NE Somerset Bar Chart August 2014 home education currently sits in Children Missing Education, budget line 2.0.3 Education Welfare Services. The current budget for 2014-15 is £27,000. The proposed budget for 2015-16 will be £26,000

2012 No specific budget, responsibility resides with the Education Inclusion Service (Children Missing Education) FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Bedford

Bedford Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in SEN Support, budget line 1.2.5. The current budget is £32K. Next year's budget has not yet been set.

2012 £30,033. Staff Costs £27,890. Administrative/secretarial support £2,144. Children’s Services, Schools and Families under Student Support Services. Home Education services comes under line 2.1.2 (SEN administration, access, co-ordination and monitoring) within the 'other education and community budget'.£34,027. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Bexley

Bexley Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in School Improvement (Inclusion and SEN) and the cost of the service is £44.2K which covers salaries, admin and termly coffee mornings.

2012 Forward budget £42,509. Home Education Officer sits in a dedicated team managed by Head of Inclusion who works in the Schools and Educational Improvement Department. No specific budget line, included as part of 'school improvement' FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Birmingham

Birmingham Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in School Admissions and Pupil Placement Service [1.2.4 Other Alternative Provision last year, 1.2.7 in current year] with a budget of £102K this year.

2012 £80,558.39 staff costs. This includes administrative/secretarial support costs - £10,394.18. The Elective Home Education Team (EHE) of Birmingham local authority currently sits within the School Admissions and Pupil Placements Service (within the directorate of Children, Young People and Families) The budget allocation would come within 'other support services' as part of the total staffing budget allocated to the School Admissions and Pupil Placement Service. The current total allocation for EHE staff is £91,077 FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Blackburn with Darwen

Blackburn Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in Pupil Support and Education Welfare. There is no budget allocated to EHE ("monitoring visits done by Pupil Support team and Education Welfare")

2012 No specific budget. The responsibility for administering the elective home education process in Blackburn with Darwen is held within Regulatory Services. The monitoring function of the service is spread over several teams within the Education Department and therefore is not included on a single line on the s251 table. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Blackpool

Blackpool Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in Learning and Schools, Access and Inclusion, "Diversity", budget line 1.2.4. The budget sum is £44K and the forward budget sum is likely to be similar.

2012: £51,000 £44,707 on staff costs including approx £8,000 admin support costs. The total spend on provision of services for home educated children and young people was £51,000 including approx £6,000 supplies and services. Elective Home Education sits within the Diversity Learning Team within the Learning, Access and Inclusion Section of Children’s Services. Home education services are included on line 1.3.3 of the 2012/13 s251 table, "Education out of school". FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Bolton

Bolton Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in Achievement Cohesion and Integration [1.2.6 last year and 1.2.8 this year] The current budget is £15.3K and next year's will be £15.6K.

2012: £12,446.71, all spend on actual provision costs for pupils on placements ie to support children educated at home by parental choice to access placements. Elective Home Education is part of the responsibility for Bolton Council’s Achievement, Cohesion and Integration Service (ACIS) It is managed/monitored by Kathryn Chatwin (ACIS’ Outreach support and International Teacher). ACIS budget (inc EHE) is included in line 1.2.3 Support for Inclusion – LA Table S251. £15,000 per annum is ring-fenced for EHE, all funding is spent on actual provision (i.e. bought  in training). FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Bournemouth

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August 2014 home education sits in School Improvement, budget line 2.0.6 statutory and regulatory duties. There is no specific budget allocated.

2012 £30,000 Staffing Costs £27,900. Support Costs £2,100. Education Improvement Services, School Improvement. £30,000 forward budget FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Bracknell Forest

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September 2014 home education sits in School Improvement. The budget line is 2.0.4. There is no specific budget.

2012: £9,900 staff costs. The administration for Elective Home Education sits with the Team Leader for Education Welfare, in Targeted Services, Children Young People and Learning. The monitoring sits within the School Advisers team, Children Young people and Learning. Lines 2.0.9 and 2.0.10 on s251 budget. There is no direct budget to support elective home education which is delivered by 2 different Teams. However, an estimate of likely cost next year is £12,500. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Bradford

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August 2014 home education sits in Behaviour Support Service and Education Social Work, and costs are not identified separately in the budget. The amount allocated this year is £35,200 and next year's budget has not yet been determined.

2012: £49,236. Staff costs £39,186, Inspection £9,540, Misc £510. Total £49,236. Home education sits within Access and Inclusion as part of the SEN service, budget line 1.3.3 Education Out Of School. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Brent

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October 2014: home education sits in Education Welfare. There is no budget line. The amount allocated for EHE is £20K.

2012 estimate £15,000 Education Welfare Officer, an average of 1 day a week £10.000. EWS Team Leader management as required £5,000. Elective Home Education currently sits in Children and Familes Department in the Education Welfare Service. S251 table- 2.0.9. There is no discrete budget. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Brighton

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August 2014 home education sits in Education Other Than At School (EOTAS) part of Behaviour and Attendance, Education and Inclusion, 2013-14 line 1.2.4 (other alternative provision) 2014-15 line 1.2.7 (other alternative provision). No specific allocated sum, as the service also has responsibility for other provision.

2012 The home education service sits within the Learning and Partnership team in the council. We do not specifically budget for home education but all services funded within the Other Education and Community Budget, if eligible, would be available to home educated children. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Bristol

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home education sits in the Alternative Learning Service. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision, 2013-14 1.2.4, 2014-15 1.2.7. For 2013-14, the budget for Elective Home education officer was £18,378. The current budget for the Elective Home Education officer is £22,994.

2012 £21,953. The salary cost for the EHE officer (11 hours per week with on-costs) is £9,953. Admin support is £3000. Line Management costs £1,800. We have paid college fees for 2 Year 11 EHE students this year £3,600 each. Elective home education sits within CYPS in Education. Line 1.3.3 education out of school. The forward budget is 18,378. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Bromley

Bromley Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in Education Welfare AND "other alternative provision", lines 2.0.3 and 1.2.4. There is no specific budget allocation for home education.

2012 Estimate 2013-14 £26,300. Elective home education currently sits within the Home and Hospital Tuition Service, which is part of the Behaviour Service. For 2012/13, this was shown in the 'Education out of School' line. For 2013/14, this line has been deleted from the draft s251 return. As this will remain part of the Schools Budget, this will most likely go on line 'Other AP provision' in the High Needs Budget. FOI 1 FOI 3


Buckinghamshire

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August 2014 home education sits in Learning Skills and Prevention, Fair Access and Youth Provision, Exclusions and Reintegration Team. The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare and te allocated sum is £73,241. Next year's budget is likely to be similar but has not been finalised.

2012 £70,000. Elective Home Education (EHE) sits within the Exclusions and Reintegration Team, under Fair Access and Youth Provision, in Learning Skills and Prevention. Line 2.0.10 "School Improvement Service". The EHE budget is £72,000. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Bury

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August 2014 home education sits in School Attendance, budget line 1.2.7, and the amount spent is around £27,000.

2012 £26,836. Visits and reports £3,350. Admin support £4,486. Staff (EHE Officer) £19,000. There is no allocated budget but all expenses related to home education are funded through the School Attendance Team budget. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Calderdale

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August 2014 home education sits in Education Welfare [2.0.3] with no specific budget allocation for home education.

2012 £4,390. No specifically identified budget, as this comes within the generic Education Welfare Service budget as a senior EWO undertakes the EHE role. Roughly equates to £4,390. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Cambridgeshire

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August 2014 FOI home education sits in Enhanced and Preventative Services within Children Families and Adult Services, budget line 1.2.6/1.2.8 Support for Inclusion, £61.45K

2012: £52,289. Staff costs £38,529, consultant £13,500, postage £260, total £52,289. The Home Education Service sits within the Enhanced and Preventative Services Directorate of Children and Young People's Services and is within Access. The line for which the Home Education Service sits is within line 2.0.9 Education welfare service, with the whole budget of £17,000 being attributed here.


Camden

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August 2014 home education sits within the Education Welfare Service (EWS) and the budget line is EWS. The current sum allocated is £11,000, and the forward budget sum allocated to elective home education services for the next financial year is also £11,000.

2012: £15,075 Staff costs - £14995. The Education Welfare Service coordinates the central list of pupils known to be home educated and ensures that programmes delivered to children and young people are monitored at least annually. The Camden School Improvement Service employs a sessional Home Education Advisor to monitor programmes and provide advice to parents /carers. There is no identified separate budget for Home Education. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Central Bedfordshire

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August 2014 home education sits in Access and Inclusion. The budget line is 1.2.6 Support for Inclusion, 2.0.2 Central Support Services, and 2.0.3 Education Welfare. The sum allocated is £10K and the forward budget for next year is also £10K.

2012: An indicative budget of £10K was provided to support Elective Home Education in the academic year 2011-12. Elective Home Education is part of a larger service provision titled Access and Inclusion. It is not a stand alone provision and does not have identified budget allocation for staff and support costs. Budget lines are 2.0.4 – Parent Partnership, guidance and information/2.0.9 – School Improvement/ 2.0.10 – Education Welfare Services. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Cheshire East

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August 2014 home education sits in Monitoring and Intervention, budget line 2.0.9, the EHE officer is on Soulbury 5-8, 75% of time spent on EHE * (Soulsbury 6 = £38.3K of which 25% would be c.£29K)

2012 This figure is not specifically available. The EHE officer is on Soulbury 5-8 scale. His work and role includes other aspects unrelated to EHE (c. 25%). Time is also spent with organisations and families exploring options available, which may or may not result in a family choosing EHE or returning/beginning school. There is small admin support 10% of JNC grade 4. As part of the LA provision the EHE community are informed of events and services which are universally available. This has included Community Sports events and Arts events amongst other things. In addition the EHE community may also access the School Library Service for free. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Cheshire West

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August 2014 home education sits in the Children and Young People's Directorate. The budget lines for 2013-14 were 1.2.4 Other Alternative Provision and 2.0.3 Education Welfare, and in 2014-15 1.2.7 (new line for Other Alternative Provision) and 2.0.3. The allocated sum is £64.553K with £66.199 for next year.

2012 £90,000 staffing costs. Approx £46K staffing costs was spent on Elective Home Education (EHE). Plus: 0.6 Education Advisor for 55 Gypsy Roma Traveller EHE children at a cost of approx £36K and Business Support of 15 hours at a cost of £8K. Also financed 2 Fulltime Further Education College places on request at a cost of £7,500. The budget sits in line 2.0.9 and supports 1 FTE Education Advisor who is supported by the cohort of 10 Education Welfare Officers who are locality based. There is also additional administration support from a Business Support Officer. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


City of London

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2012 £744. £450 staff costs. Administrative/secretarial support costs: £294. Total staff/admin costs: £744. Home Education sits in the Education and Early Years' Service under the management of the Family and Young People's Service Projects Manager. The average number of Home Educated children in the City for the last five years has been one child. Please note that the City (the "Square Mile") has a resident population of only about 7400 people. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Cornwall

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August 2014 home education sits in the Education Health and Social Care Directorate [1.3.3 last year and 1.2.7 this year] £122K was spent this year and £123K is projected to be spent next year.

2012 £140,500 Employee Costs £116,524. Car Allowances £2,443. Supplies and Services £1,223. Central Recharges £20,310. Elective Home Education sits in the Schools, Achievement and Special Educational Needs (SEN) service area within the Children, Schools and Families Directorate. Education Out of School – line 1.3.3. £121,000 forward budget plus central recharges of £19,810. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Coventry

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September 2014 home education sits in Special Educational Needs. The budget line is SEN administration, assessment, co-ordination and monitoring line 2.1.2. There is no specific allocation for EHE. The budget will roll forwards.

2012: approximately £14,000 but it is not a discrete amount. The work is undertaken by education officers and administrative staff who have a range of duties. Home education is within the Education and Learning Service in SEN Management Service team. Line 1.3.3 on s251 budget. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Croydon

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August 2014 home education sits in School Improvement and Inclusion, within the responsibility of the Head of Service for Inclusion, Learning Access and SEN. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision (1.2.4 in 2013-14 and 1.2.7 in 2014-15) The allocated sum is £50K with a similar amount forecast for next year.

2012: £63,014. £53,714 was spent on staffing costs (there are no business support costs). Also £9,300 spent on additional courses. Home education sits within the Learning Access Service within the Children, Families and Learning department. 1.3.3 Education Out of School. £53,174 forward budget. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Cumbria

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August 2014 home education sits in Schools Improvement + Education Welfare (Access and Inclusion, Children Missing Education) There is no specific budget allocated

2012 £33,857 (staffing). £26,357.25. 93 visits (families) for 251 young people = 93 days. 33 report responses (0.5 days per response) = 16.5 days. 18 manager days. General Advisor total days 127.5. Average General Advisor rate £147.90 per day x 127.5 days = £18,857.25. Business Support (0.5) = £7,500.00. These are estimated figures, based on time allocations as there is no notional amount for Home Education.The Home Education budget sits within ‘School Improvement’ on the S251 table. The notional forward budget sum for home education is £33,000, based on time allocations of learning improvement officers. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Darlington

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August 2014 home education sits in School and Pupil Support Service. There is no specific budget allocation but the budget lines are 3.3.1 Safeguarding and 2.0.6 Statutory and Regulatory Duties Education.

2012: The council has a service for home and hospital education. The service has staff that work across both elements, therefore it is not possible to break down the individual costs of each service. FOI 1 FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/Darlington EHE Policy.pdf


Derby City

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August 2014 home education sits in Inclusion and Intervention. The budget line is 3.1.8 Looked After Children, budget £13,858 with similar amount anticipated to be allocated for next year.

2012 £15,500. Half time post, plus some additional support required. Home Education is situated within Learning and Inclusion Directorate. In 2012/13 Budget the whole cost centre was put under 1.3.2  Behaviour Support Services FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Derbyshire

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August 2014 home education sits in Education Improvement, budget line 2.0.10 Schools Improvement. The allocated sum for EHE is £151K manager and consultant time + admin. Next year's budget has not yet been set.

2012 £153,000. Staff costs EHE Manager and Consultant time approximately £153,000. However, this excludes the significant cost of a range of services who contribute to individual/family support, other than the dedicated EHE team time e.g. administrative/office staff, Multi Agency Teams including Traveller Service, Education Welfare, Connexions/Careers, Family Resource and Safeguarding and Social Care. This also excludes the work of others in preparing and setting up the Alternative Provision for EHE young people this year. There is a dedicated EHE officer, with a team of contracted EHE consultants in the Schools and Learning Department, Education Improvement Service, shown in line 2.0.10 school improvement. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Devon

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August 2014 home education is a commissioned service carried out by Babcock. The budget line is 1.2.7 Other Alternative Provision and the amount allocated is £121K. Next year's budget has not yet been agreed.

2012 £126,647. This is inclusive of all staff and administration costs, and the provision of services by a team of specialist professionals. This service is commissioned by Devon County Council and delivered by Babcock LDP and therefore Devon County Council does not hold a breakdown of spending. Elective Home Education (EHE) is part of the Joint Venture LLP between Devon County Council and Babcock Education. EHE is referenced to 1.3.3 "Education Out of School" of Devon’s Section 251 return (2012-13). For 2012-13 the Designated School Grant funding allocated to Section 251 reference 1.3.3 is £163k. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Doncaster

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August 2014 home education sits in Attendance and Pupil Welfare, Learner Engagement within Education. The budget line for last year was 1.2.4 and for this year 1.2.7 (Other Alternative Provision). The sum allocated is £55K. Next year's budget will be formalised before the end of February 2015.

2012 £81,644. Staffing costs £51,023. Secretarial support costs including on costs -£20,621.11. The allocation for Home Education services (Learner Engagement) is included in line 1.3.3 of the section 251 budget statement 'Education out of school'. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Dorset

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August 2014 home education sits in Alternative Provision (Virtual School, Alternative Provision and EHE) the budget line is 1.2.5 SEN support services and the base budget for home education is £22.5K. Next year's budget is not finalised till January but likely current sum + inflation.

2012 £16,610. £3,977 Admin support - pay including on-costs. £11,647 Inspector's Pay. £2,460 Inspector's Travel. £195  Paid to visiting specialists. £56 General staff training costs. £421 Accommodation costs - conference/meetings. £400 Buildings Charges. £79 Photocopying. £44 Personal Requisites. £10 Administration recharge. -£485 Costs recovered from delegates from other LAs to Annual Conference. The EHE officer reports directly to the Head of Early Intervention Services and deploys a small team of inspectors who visit families by agreement to look at what education is being provided and how it is progressing. Line 1.3.3 "Education Out of School" on the Section 251 table relates to EHE. The forward budget for 2013-14 is £22,600 FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Dudley

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August 2014 home education sits within Additional Educational Needs and the budget line is Schools Improvement. The 2014-15 budget for EHE is £50,800. The 2015-16 budget will be finalised in March 2015.

2012 £92,000. To cover EHE staff cost x2 part time, administration/ secretarial costs x1 part time = £40,000. LA support for EHE families - resourcing additional study support/provision = £52,500. For the 2011/12 financial year, actual expenditure was included on row 74 - Education out of School FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Durham

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August 2014 home education sits in the Education Service. There is no specific budget.

2012: The council does not spend any money on services for electively home educated children. Elective home education sits within the Education service of Children and Adult Services. Home Education is included in Line 1.3.3 'Education Out of School'. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Ealing

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September 2014 no specific budget. Answered different question about SEN support for home education.

2012: A number of staff work with home educated pupils as part of their wider remit. The costs associated with home education are not recorded separately. The employees who deal with home education as part of their roles are primarily reported at 1.2.3 Support for Inclusion. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


East Riding

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August 2014 home education sits in Education Welfare, budget line 2.0.3. The amount spent on home education staffing costs in 2014-15 is £23,740.

2012 £34,614. £17,350 - Education welfare officer (two and a half days a week) 5,898 - Senior education welfare officer support (one day a week) 4,000 - Principal education welfare officer (management support) 7,366 - Admin support. Total - 34,614. Elective home tuition sits within the Council's Education Welfare Service line 2.0.9 in the S251 table. The 2012-13 budget allocated to Elective home tuition is £23,500. FOI 2 FOI 1


East Sussex

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August 2014 home education currently sits in Inclusion, Flexible Learning Educational Support Service, but a restructure is currently taking place and the proposal is for EHE to sit in Youth and Inclusion Support SEND Providers Services Teaching and Learning Provision. The cost centres are FLESS (4058) budget line 1.2.7 and SBASS (4060) budget lines 1.2.8, 2.0.2, and 2.0.3 (Education Welfare). The sum allocated tor EHE is £39.7K.

2012 £80k. We do not have a separate allocation for supporting children who are Electively Home Educated, as it falls within our wider remit in supporting children who are educated outside of school. This includes: Qualified staff time: £54k. Admin: £20k. Other associated costs (travel, resources etc): £6k. Education Support Behaviour and Attendance (ESBAS) – Flexible Learning Education Support Service (FLESS) which carries out the duty of the local authority to ensure that all children receive a suitable education. The budget for Home Education Services is covered within (2.0.6) in 'Other Education and Community Budget' and within (1.3.3) 'Education out of School'. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Enfield

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August 2014 home education sits in School Admissions, Parent Partnership and Other Alternative Provision [2.1.3 and 1.2.4] The budget for the current year is around £10k and the forward budget sum has not yet been decided.

2012 £27,870. Teaching and Advisory Support – £21,250. Administrative Support - £4000. Travel and other sundry costs - £270. Provision of an IT course at Enfield’s City Learning Centre - £2,000. Conference for EHE students and their families - £350. Books and resources for EHE students - £535. The Home Education service sits with our Admissions team. The total budget provision for Home Education for 2012-13 is £34,170. This comprises £24,170 general fund and a £10,000 contribution from the Dedicated Schools Grant (DSG). Within the Section 251 statement the general fund element is assigned to row 2.0.4 (Parent partnership, guidance and information), the DSG element is shown on row 1.3.3 (Education out of school). The budget provision for 2013-14 will be maintained at a similar level. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Essex

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August 2014 home education sits in Education and Lifelong Learning. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision (2013-14 1.2.4; 2014-15 1.2.7). The budget sum allocated is £106.686K. *** SEE CUTS PROPOSED HERE ***

2012 £129,347. Home Education Advisors currently sit within the remit of the Head of Education Welfare. Home Education is allocated within the Section 251 line for Essex County Council under 1.3.3 Education Out Of School. The 2012-13 Home Education Advisor budget is £129,347 FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Gateshead

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August 2014 home education sits in School Improvement budget line 2.0.4 with a co-ordinator, liaison teacher and administrative support staff. There is no specific budget allocation.

2012 In Gateshead we currently have an EHE team consisting of a co-ordinator, liaison teacher and administrative support all of whom sit within our education Gateshead service who support schools, learners and parents. As these team members carry out a number of different roles and due to the different support requirements each EHE parent requires we are unable to put a cost on this support but the budget is held within the s251 table under 2.0.10. school improvement. FOI 1 FOI 3


Gloucestershire

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August 2014 Elective Home Education comes under Education Learning and Libraries and is part of the Education Entitlement and Inclusion team, which no longer has a line in the S251 report. No specific budget sum exists for this service now as the work has been incorporated into other teams and no longer needs to be identified separately for S251 purposes

2012 £128,827.00. Staff costs = £113,302.00. Administrative support = £10,000.00. Library Service provision for home educated families = £1,000.00. EHE sits within the Education Learning and Libraries area. All funding sits on line 1.3.3 Education Out of School. Budgets have not yet been set for the next 2013/14 financial year. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Greenwich

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September 2014 home education sits in Inclusion, Learning and Achievement and the budget is within the Attendance Advisory Service (Education Welfare 2.0.3) The current sum allocated to EHE is £20K and next year it will be £32K.

2012 £37,000 on one officer post. Within the Inclusion, Learning and Achievement service, which is part of the Directorate of Children’s Services. Education Welfare in the s251 budget. £37,000 forward budget. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Hackney

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August 2014 home education sits in Safeguarding in Education. The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare. The current budget is £54K.

2012: There is no specific budget allocated for EHE support. The co-ordination of EHE is within Safeguarding and Attendance and the assessments are undertaken by School Improvement Service. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Halton

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August 2014 home education sits in Education Welfare, Learning and Achievement, budget line 2.0.3. The sum allocated to home education is £15K and the forward budget sum for next year will be the same. This sum is part of the costings for a post within the service so is not identified as an isolated cost.

2012 £8,063.48. Elective Home Education co-ordinator £6,156.80. Administrative costs c£1,906.68. EHE currently sits within inclusion 0-25 as part of the Attendance and Behaviour Service. EHE is on line 2.0.9 of the s251 table. Allocated forward annual budget for EHE circa £6,156.80 FOI 1 FOI 2


Hammersmith and Fulham

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August 2014 EHE is one of the functions of Attendance (statutory), Child Employment and Children in Entertainment, Elective Home Education and Children Missing Education (ACE team) which is part of TriBorough Chidlren's Services (London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, City of Westminster) The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare. There is no specific budget allocated within ACE for home education.

2012 £15,000. £12,500 allocated to pay for Home Education Adviser. £2,500 (approximately) - allocated to pay for staff to cover admin and social reports. Home Education currently sits within Children’s Services Education Commissioning Directorate. The Principal Education Welfare Adviser is Elizabeth Spearman. This is contained within Centrally Retained Education Welfare on the s251 budget. The allocated forward budget for home education and support is £15,000 FOI 2 FOI 3


Hampshire

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August 2014 home education sits in Education and Inclusion, budget line 3.1.8 Education of Children Looked After. The current allocated budget sum is £43,000, and the same for next year.

2012 £89,900. Administrative Costs £32,900. Other staff costs 42,000. Supplies and services £14,300. EHE sits within Education and Inclusion. *There is 1 full time equivalent post in Elective Home Education where it is anticipated that £50,000 savings can be made either through natural turnover or use of existing vacant posts without significant detriment to the general quality of service or statutory responsibilities.* Elective home education is included within the Statutory/Regulatory duties line 2.1.1. The budget for 2013-14 is to be found at page 25 of the Executive Member Revenue Budget report meeting notes meeting report FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Haringey

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August 2014 Admission and School Organisation Service, budget line 1.4.2, no specific budget.

2012 £25,572 Staff Costs. EHE sits within Prevention and Early Intervention, School Admissions and School Organisation. The budget line is School Admissions and the forward budget is £25,572. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Harrow

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2012 £30,000. Home Education currently sits within Targeted Services. The budget line is Education Welfare and the forward budget sum is £30,000. FOI 1 FOI 3


Hartlepool

August 2014 home education sits in Education Division of Child and Adult Services, with no specific budget for home education and no planned changes.

2012 estimate £10,000 of officer time. We are a very small LA and responsibility for home education forms part of a number of posts which also fulfil other responsibilities. It is therefore difficulty to identify specific costs. In addition some young people with SEN have had funding allocated - this is accounted for as SEN spend rather than home education. Home education currently sits within the Performance and Achievement division of Child and Adult Services. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Havering

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August 2014 home education sits in Learning and Achievement, Alternative Provision and LAC education. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision 2013-14 1.2.4, 2014-15 1.2.7. The budget sum is £23.3K and the amount allocated for next year is also £23.2K.

2012: estimate: £27,329 home education staffing, comprising 0.66 full-time equivalent administrative post and spend of £13,752 on the cost of teaching staff who visited families. Additional costs incurred in relation to monitoring by the Manager- Alternative Education Provision and the work undertaken by the Education Welfare Service and the Community and Child Psychology Service. Home education sits within Additional Education Needs Services line 1.3.3 - Education Otherwise. The budget allocated for the financial year 2012-13 is £11,280. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Herefordshire

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August 2014 home education sits in Additional Needs, budget lines 1.2.5 SEN support services and 2.1.2 SEN administration, assessment, co-ordination and monitoring. The budget sum for 2014-15 was £21,500 and the budget for next year will not be set till November 2014.

2012 Prefer not to share. FOI 1 FOI 3


Hertfordshire

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August 2014 home education sits in Integrated Services for Learning, managed within the Central Attendance and Employment Support Team. The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare and the allocated sum is £74.261K. The sum for next year is £75K.

2012 £90,000 which is the staff budget and associated on costs for two qualified teacher EHE advisers (0.6fte x 2) and for a support officer. Management costs are not included in this figure. Elective Home Education sits within Integrated Services for Learning as part of the Central Attendance and Employment Support Team. This team deals with EHE, Children Missing Education, Child Employment and Child Performance Licences. EHE is mapped to line 2.0.9 (2.0.9.1) on 12/13 s251 submission 100% Non School titled Education Welfare Service. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Hillingdon

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September 2014 home education sits in Access and Inclusion. No specific budget for EHE.

2012 no specific budget for Home Education, comes under the Access and Inclusion Services and it is not possible to identify any spend that is specifically for Home Education. There is one Officer and One Senior Manager allocated to deal with Home Education Matters alongside other duties. FOI 1 FOI 3


Hounslow

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September 2014 home education sits within School Effectiveness, Vulnerable Groups. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision 1.2.4 in 2013-14, and 1.2.7 in 2014-15. The sum allocated is £30.458K. NB In January 2014 it was agreed to raise the budget to £51.2K.

2012 £24,500 all spent on staffing. EHE is part of the School Effectiveness Team with a small dedicated team who are line managed by a Senior Education Adviser. On S251 this sits on line 1.3.3, Education Other than at School. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Hull

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September 2014 home education sits in Access and Inclusion. The budget line in 2013-14 Line was 2.0.9 and in 2014-15 Line it is 2.0.3 Education Welfare. The approximate budget amount is £9.5K. Next year's budget is not yet set.

2012 £15,000 covers the sessional teachers who check the quality of the education offer at the child's home. Home Education comes under the Education welfare department which is part of the Learning and Skills Service. Forward budget allocation £15,000. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Islington

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September 2014 home education is managed by School Support and Special Education Team. The home visits are completed by the School Improvement Team and the monitoring is overseen by Education Welfare staff. The budget line in 2013-14 was 1.2.1 top funding maintained providers, and in 2014-15 1.2.4 additional high needs targeted funding for mainstream schools and academies for High Needs contingency. Staff costs are split over other budget areas. There is no dedicated budget for EHE.

2012 £20,989. £10,329 was for the cost of administration, monitoring and tracking. £10,660 was for the provision of services. Home education is currently shared across Education Welfare and School Improvement Services. For the 12-13 budget it is covered under line 2.0.9 - Education Welfare Service (under the "other education and community budget" heading). This line also covers a number of other services however. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Isle of Wight

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September 2014 home education sits in Education and Inclusion. The budget line is Support for Inclusion, 2013-14 1.2.6, 2014-15 1.2.8. The budget sum allocated to EHE is £72.786K with the same forecast for next year.

Response 2012 £96,568. Teaching salary costs £51,500, Education Support Staff salary costs £36,270, non-salary costs £8,799. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Kensington and Chelsea

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October 2014 home education sits in ACE - Attendance, Child Employment, Children in Entertainment, and Children Missing Education at the TriBorough Hammersmith Kensington and Westminster. The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare. There is no specific budget for EHE.

2012 £12 – 17K (staffing costs) dependent on number of registered cases. £6,500-£8,500 for senior officers in School Admissions, Education Welfare Service and the School Improvement Service. No dedicated budget area for Elective Home Education. The Admissions team are the first point of contact for parents and have the administrative role, approximate staffing costs £1,500. Approximate staffing costs for 2011/12 from the Education Welfare Service and School Improvement Service is £5 – 7k FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Kent

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September 2014 home education sits within Fair Access, Education. The budget lines are Support for Inclusion (1.2.8) and Education Welfare (2.0.3). The allocated sum is £165K. Next year's budget has not yet been agreed.

Ashford 117, Canterbury 103, Dartford and Gravesham 142, Dover and Thanet 231, Swale 174, Shepway 103, Maidstone and Malling 187, West Kent (Tonbridge/Tunbridge Wells/Sevenoaks) 230 FOI 2014

2012 £116,666.31 (mainly staff costs). Inclusion Manager £5,958.47. Elective Home Education Lead Officer £71,263.62. Elective Home Education Officers £24,766.93. ICT £200.00. Communication £242.91. Business Support £14,234.38. During the year provided the Lead Officer was employed for all 12 months, it wasn't until April 2012 that we employed 3 term time only EHE Officers, therefore the figures relate to 12 months of a Lead Officer and three months of the 3 EHE Officers. Budget line 1.2.3 "Support for inclusion". No specific budget allocation. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Kingston on Thames

August 2014 home education sits in Achieving for Children, Protection and Early Help Education Welfare Service, mainly line 2.03 Education Welfare. No budget sum is provided for EHE fur the current year.

2012 £17K (staffing). This is made up of school improvement costs (inspector) £11K plus £6K for EWS support. This entails joint visits and admin costs. EHE is managed by the Education Welfare Service as part of Learning and Children’s Services. The forward budget sum is £17K. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Kirklees

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August 2014 home education sits in the Children and Adults Directorate but there is no specific sum of money allocated so it does not appear in the budget.

2012 £79,213. Management = £11,145. Teacher = £49,788. Pupil Support Officer time = £13,970. Admin = £4,311. The LA does not have itemised spending totals for the following activities that are at no cost to electively home educating parents and children. Positive activities for young people, supporting learning, Learning networks for home educated children and families, Loaning of books and learning resources, Invigilation and associated admin costs for examinations, Learning opportunities to join KS4 lessons in the Pupil Referral Service, Educational psychology time for children with learning needs and those with a statement of educational needs. EHE sits within Specialist Learning Support Services mainly on line 1.3.3. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Knowsley

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August 2014 home education sits in Schools and Educational Attainment. There is no allocated budget for elective home education.

2012 Prefers not to share.


Lambeth

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August 2014 home education sits in Inclusion and there is no specific budget allocation for home education.

2012 included in the work of the Inclusion Team within Alternative Education.  This team consists of two Inclusion Officers, an officer for Children Missing Education, AEP support officer, administrative support and a manager.  Elective home education is integral to their work and cannot be separated out. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Lancashire

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August 2014 home education sits in Quality and Continuous Improvement Group under the Director for Permanence Protection and Schools. The budget line was 1.2.4 in 2013-14 and is now 1.2.7. The allocated sum for EHE is £207,700. The budget for next year hasn't been confirmed.

2012 £115,370 itemising staff costs, administrative/secretarial support costs, and also the total spend on provision of services for home educated children and young people. Staffing £90,493.50. Administrative/Secretarial Support £20,830.50. Other (travel, venue costs etc) £4,046. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Leeds

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September 2014 home education sits in Other Alternative Provision, SEN Support, and Education Welfare. The budget line for AP was 1.2.4 in 2013-14 and is now 1.2.7. Education Welfare is 2.0.3 and SEN support is 1.2.5. The sum allocated is £104K. Next year's budget has not yet been set.

2012 c.£40k (staffing) . Responsibility for Elective Home Education currently sits within the Leeds Virtual College for Vulnerable Children. The allocation for home education services is included in 'Education Other than at School' within the other education and community budget. The monitoring role for ‘elective home education’ is not separately budgeted for or identifiable. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Leicester City

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August 2014 home education sits in School Improvement, budget line 2.0.4. The sum allocated is £30K for this year and will probably be similar next year.

2012 £49,595 (staffing). Staff costs (EHE Adviser – term time, EWO hrs per week - term term, EWS and Learning Services management time £44,364, Administrative/secretarial support costs £5,231. Home Education sits within the Learning Services Division of Leicester City Council's Education and Children's Services Department. The Elective Home Education Adviser is paid from a Learning Services budget line 2.0.10 School Improvement. The forward budget sum allocated to home education service and support is £36,000 FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Leicestershire

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August 2014 home education sits in Pupil Services in School Admissions, budget line 2.1.6, Supply of School Places. The annual budget is £25K.

2012 £20,000 (staffing). The overall responsibility for Elective Home Education lies in the Pupil Services part of School Admissions and Pupil Services. We commission work from the Specialist Teaching Service at a cost of £20K per annum. This cost covers the arrangement of home visits; completing the home visit; writing up the reports; attending regular liaison meetings and monitoring meetings. The Home Education cost is included in line 2.0.5 Supply of School Places. There is not a separate budget for home education.  FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Lewisham

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August 2014 home education sits in Standards and Achievement, there is a budget line for Alternative Provision but nothing is charged there currently. £29K is allocated to EHE services. No decisions have been made yet for next year.

2012 £28,529. 'Other Education and Community Budget' Line 2.0.10 School Improvement. Staff Cost:(40% of  2 Officers time @ soulbury pay scale) = £25,359  + Admin/Support Cost(1/2 a day of Officers time,every week) = £3,170. Total £28,529. FOI 1 FOI 3


Lincolnshire

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August 2014 response home education sits in Inclusion and Attendance, budget line "other alternative provision" [1.2.4/1.2.7] £103K in current year, unable to give forward budget figure as council is undergoing fundamental budget review exercise.

2012 £103,070 (staffing). Education Provision Advisors and associated business support (£80,000) EHE Liaison officer/tracker (£23,070) Home Education sits within two areas of the authority. The responsibility for monitoring education provision and providing advice and resources sits with the Elective Home Education section of Cfbt Education services. The responsibility for recording and tracking children who are not attending mainstream schooling including those who are educated at home sits within the Inclusion and Attendance service area, also within Cfbt Education services. Home Education is included in 1.3.3 Education out of school. The budget for 2013-14 is £103,310. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Liverpool

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August 2014 home education sits in Education Welfare, budget line 2.0.3.("The allocation of the Education Welfare budget for assessing the efficiency of elective home education (where on an individual basis there is some doubt) for the current year and future years is £55,000, which covers the cost of the Education Officer, management time and the financial support to the Elective Home Education Service.")

2012 £55,000 which covers staffing. Charges for other services which EHE pupils can access, such as educational psychologist time etc are statutory and are not costed separately. EHE sits within School Improvement Services. Education Welfare on s251 budget. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Luton

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September 2014 home education sits in Planning and Admissions. The budget line is Education Welfare 2.0.3 and the allocated sum is £18.583K. The same is planned for next year.

2012 approximately £22k (staffing) .  £17,600 of this figure relates to the Home Education Officer's salary.  The remaining £4,400 relates to management and case support. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Manchester

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August 2014 home education sits in the Children and Families Directorate. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision, 2013-14 1.2.4, 2014-15 1.2.7. The amount allocated is £20K. The forward budget sum has yet to be agreed with the Schools Forum.

2012 £11,442. Total spent on staffing costs, training, admin, and events costs for 2011/12: £10,500. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Medway

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August 2014 home education sits in Inclusion and Schools Improvement, budget line 1.2.6 for 2013-14 and 3.5.2 for 2014-15. The LA prefers not to give out information about officers' salaries (but see 2012 response below)

2012 Staff £56,062 including £12,500 on admin costs. Indirect costs including travel £2268. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Merton

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September 2014 home education sits in Education Welfare, with additional staff support from School Improvement and SEN. The budget line for 2013-14 and 2014-15 was 2.0.3 Education Welfare. The annual EHE budget is £34.5K with the same allocated for next year.

2012 £59,860 (staffing). £19,860 Home Education Visits and reports. £20,000 Further Costs for Home Visits where further expertise is needed and admin costs. £20,000 support for Y11 home educated pupils. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Middlesbrough

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August 2014 home education is a shared responsibility between School Improvement, Education Welfare and Complementary Education Services. There is no specific budget.

2012 £2,697.94 (mainly staffing) - Nominated Elective Home Education Officer. £2,349.86  - Administrative Support, Printing and Stationery £41.36. The approximate cost spent on advisors in relation to Home Education for 2011/12 was £2,500. EHE sits within the Achievement Service. No budget allocation is made specifically for elective home education. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Milton Keynes

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August 2014 home education sits in Setting and School Sufficiency Access. There is no budget allocated and therefore no budget line.

2012 £12,150. This is an estimate since this was a shared responsibility for staff in a central team as opposed to a dedicated team for home education. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Newcastle

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September 2014 A Lead Officer is responsible for monitoring elective home education (EHE) cases. This person is also HT of the PRU. The Lead Officer is responsible to a Senior Officer within the LA. There is additional support from teaching staff, attendance officers, a Connexions Advisor, and when necessary the Educational Psychology Service. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision, in 2013-14 this was 1.2.4 and in 2014-15 it was 1.2.7 (included with 1E25A) The current allocated sum is £38K with the same planned for next year.

2012 approximately £34k which was spent on supply costs for teachers to do home visits etc. There were additional costs within other budgets for leadership/management costs for work relating to home education issues, time spent by two attendance officers working on home education issues, and time spent by a Connexions officer working on home education issues. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Newham

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September 2014 home education in Other Alternative Provision, 2013-14 1.2.4, 2014-15 1.2.7. A budget of £111K is allocated for EHE. Next year's budget has not yet been set.

2012 £108,000. The total service expenditure on elective home education services for the academic year 2011-2012 was £108,000. This relates to staffing costs. £68,300 for the advisory teacher with the remaining £39,700 on administrative staffing costs. EHE lies within our Inclusion and Behaviour Support Services on Line 74 'Education out of School.' FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Norfolk

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September 2014 home education sits in Education Strategy and Commissioning. The budget line is Support for Inclusion, 2013-14 1.2.6, and 2014-15 1.2.8. The current sum allocated to EHE is £92.83K. Next year's budget has not yet been set.

2012 £93,000 (mainly staffing) and is made up of:- Operational staff £77,000. Admin staff £7,000. Other running expenses  £9,000. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Northamptonshire

Northamptonshire Bar Chart September 2014 home education sits in Education Entitlement. The budget lines are 1.2.5 SEN support (2013-14) and 1.4.1 contribution to combined budgets (2014-15) There is no separate budget sum as it is subsumed within the EES overall costs. Additional costs are incurred by other services eg educational psychology supports the review of EHE children with statements of SEN.

2012 approx £29k (staffing). Funding was obtained through the Local operational Teams (LOTs) to support 4 EHE area conferences with a total budget of £5.3k. 0.3 FTE secretarial costs for data management and administration – cost approx £6.5k. LA officer time approx 0.4 FTE – cost approx £17k. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


North East Lincolnshire

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August 2014 home education sits in Education Welfare, budget line 2.0.3 but there is no allocated budget for EHE.

2012 There is no budget specifically set for home education services and support, therefore we are unable to provide you with this information. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


North Lincolnshire

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September 2014 home education sits in Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service (EMTAS), no budget line given for 2014-15. There is no specific budget allocation that can desegregated. Annual education visits/elective home education function is carried out by the EMTAS Team.

2012 There is no specific budget for home education and home educated children have the same right of access to support services as all children. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


North Somerset

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September 2014 Until 31.8.14 EHE sat with the Voyage Learning Campus or part of our Education Other than at School service. It has now transferred to the Vulnerable Learner Service that also includes SEN and Psychology. In 2013-14 the budget was 1.2.4 and for 2014-15 it is 1.2.8. The budget allocated for EHE is £26.11K. Next year's budget is likely to be at the same level.

2012 Elective home education is not calculated separately and includes home tutoring for children for whom the LA has responsibility. FOI 1A FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


North Tyneside

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August 2014 home education sits in education placement and welfare service. The budget line is 2.0.3 but there is no separately identified amount. Decisions have not been made for next year.

2012 The Council does not hold this information in the format requested. Support for elective home education is provided by teachers and education welfare officers who also support other learners and the costs are not separately recorded. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Northumberland

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September 2014 home education sits in EOTAS, the budget line is 1.2.7 Other Alternative Provision. There is no specific budget allocated to EHE.

2012 £17,681.15 (staffing) This was made up of: a) Provision of support and advice by EHE adviser for primary aged pupils £3664.63. b) Provision of support and advice by EHE adviser for secondary aged pupils £5263.22. c)Provision of administrative support £4925.00. d)Provision of officer oversight £3828.30. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


North Yorkshire

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August 2014 home education sits in Education and Skills and Access and Inclusion. "The services respond to need and there is no separate dedicated budget identified".

2012 The costs cannot be identified as a number of officers and budgets are used to support this work and these are not separately identified in the accounts. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Nottingham City

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September 2014 home education sits in Serving Vulnerable Groups. The budget line is 1.4.1 Contribution to Combined Budgets and the allocated sum for the current year is £46.043K. Next year's budget has not yet been set.

2012 £27,243. £21,044 was spent on staff costs, consisting of salary and desk rental. A further £100 was spent on Conferences including travel. £6,099 was spent on provision of services for Elective Home Education. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Nottinghamshire

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August 2014 home education sits in the Support to Schools Service and the budget line is 2.0.4 Schools Improvement. The current budget allocation is £100k and next year's budget has not yet been agreed.

2012 £130,856. Admin support 19,506 and 1,497. Total. 21,003, Programme Manager (associate) 27,300, LA adviser with responsibility 3,958, Group manager (overall responsibility) 4,533. Total 35,791, Associate advisers carrying out monitoring visits 62,500, Overall staff costs 119,294, Other direct expenses (4.9%) 1,448, Departmental overheads (22.77%) 6,716, Central overheads (11.52%) 3398. Total other costs 11,562. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3

See also FOI December 2014 "Associate Advisers allocated to EHE Advisory work are paid £220 for a completed visit and £110 for failed visits."


Oldham

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September 2014 home education sits in Inclusion and Vulnerable Groups Learning and Attainment. There is no specific budget allocated.

2012 £21,330 made up of staff costs. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Oxfordshire

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September 2014 home education sits in Inclusion. The budget line is 1.2.5 SEN Support. The sum allocated is £84.667K. Next year's budget has not yet been allocated.

2012 £52,341.65. EHE Manager and Visitor Costs £32,792.58. Admin Support £17,344.56. Supplies and Services £421.73. Travel Expenses £1,782.78. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Peterborough

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September 2014 home education sits in School Improvement Attendance Service. The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare. The allocated sum is £19K and the forward budget for next year is similar.

2012 £17,487. We currently provide half a full time post at a cost of £17,497 per annum to run our processes around home education.  In addition, management time and support is also provided but we cannot cost this as this is ad hoc.  The post is supported by the Head of the Pupil Referral Unit and the Assistant Director – Education and Resources. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Plymouth

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September 2014 A Service Level Agreement is in place for EHE with the Alternative Complimentary Service. In 2013-14 the budget line was 1.2.5 SEN Support Service and for 2014-15 1.2.7 Other Alternative Provision. The budget sum allocated to EHE is £74K and the same is projected for next year.

2012 All Elective Home Education staff, administrative and provision of service costs are incorporated within the Alternative Complementary Education Service budget allocation and not recorded separately. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Poole

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August 2014 home education sits in Targeted Services, 2013-14 1.2.4, 2014-15 1.2.7 Other Alternative Provision. The amount allocated is £10K and this will be similar next year.

2012 £15,156. Home education is the responsibility of the Employment and Performance Officer and is managed by the Manager of the Education Welfare Service. The budget for elective home education services and support is included within line 1.3.3 Education out of school. http://www.poole.gov.uk/education-and-learning/school-and-colleges/elective-home-education/ "The Monitoring Officer would then normally aim to visit on a six monthly basis after the initial visit..." (Between 50 and 100 EHE) FOI 1 FOI 3


Portsmouth

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August 2014 home education sits in the Education Welfare Service. The budget line is Education Welfare 2.0.3 and the sum allocated is £15K. The same amount is allocated for next year.

2012 approx £20,000. Staffing costs including admin support. This is just an estimated cost and we do not hold a breakdown of this information. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Reading

Reading Bar Chart September 2014 home education sits in the Directorate for Education and Children’s Services, from September the specific officer will have the new role of Virtual Head Teacher – Children Missing Out on Education. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision and the amount allocated is £16K with the same amount allocated to the draft budget for next year.

2012 £10,000 (staffing) for the advisory teacher salary and 1K for admin. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Redbridge

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September 2014 home education sits in School Improvement. A nominated lead officer for elective home education works within the school improvement team. He is assisted by an elective home education support worker who undertakes visits and works with EHE families. The budget line is 2.0.4 School Improvement. There is no specific budget allocated but the cost is estimated to be £30K with the same for next year.

2012 £38,596 (staffing). School Improvement - £38,596 - lead officer (approx. 0.2FTE) and support officer (1FTE) School Admissions - £7,915 – officer processing applications (approx. 0.2FTE) FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Redcar Cleveland

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September 2014 home education sits in Support for Inclusion and the allocated sum is £11.7K with the same anticipated for next year.

2012 £11,677.38. Salary and management commitments for one member of staff responsible for monitoring pupils whose parents elect to home educate, plus funding for an education consultant to undertake home visits and quality -assure curriculum and provision for pupils receiving EHE: (0.3 × £23708) (proportion of Officer’s salary – 1.5 days a week) = £7112.40 + 20% of the above (management costs) = £1422.48 + £3142.50 (costs for Consultant’s commitments) Total = £11,677.38. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Richmond

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September 2014 home education sits in Achieving for Children Protection and Early Help Education Welfare Service. The budget line is mainly 2.0.3 Education Welfare. There is no specific budget allocation.

2012 £12,017 (staffing). Education Welfare Officer (EWO)– allocation of 40 days for Elective Home Education (EHE) in the academic year of 2011/12 for joint home visit’s with an Education Inspector – EWO allocation of 1 day per week, 40 weeks per year - term-time only to include all administration, database work, investigations, home visits, office visits  and all correspondence for EHE. Education Inspector – allocated 20 days in the academic year of 2011/12 for joint home visits with EWO and report writing. The total cost for the above is £12,017 which is based on 20 days of Inspector’s time £6,235 and 40 days of EWO £5,782. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Rochdale

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September 2014 home education sits within Inclusion which is part of the Schools Improvement and Schools service. There is no specific sum allocated. The budget line is 2.0.4 School Improvement.

2012 £21,250. Staffing: £21,000. Provision of Services: £250. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Rotherham

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August 2014 home education sits in School Effectiveness. The budget line is 2.0.1 and the amount allocated is £56K. Next year's budget is also £56K.

2012 £10,189 (staffing). Elective Home Education (EHE) sits in Education Welfare. Education out of school is in the Section 251 line called 'education out of school' – for the 2012/13 budget table this was 1.3.3. EWS allocate 18.5 hours per week of one full-time term-time area Education Welfare Officer to the investigation, assessment, support and monitoring of EHE activity across the borough. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Royal Borough Kensington Chelsea

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2012 £17K. This is made up of school improvement costs (inspector) £11K plus £6 for EWS support. This entails joint visits and admin costs. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Royal Borough Windsor Maidenhead

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September 2014 home education sits in Education Strategy and Commissioning. There is no specific allocation for EHE. For 2013-14 the budget line was 1.2.1 top-up for schools and PRUs, 1.2.4 Other Alternative Provision and 1.2.6 Inclusion; 2014-15 1.2.1. top up for schools and PRUs, 1.2.7 Other Alernative Provision.

August 2014 home education sits in Education Strategy and Commissioning. 2013-14 top up for schools and PRUs 1.2.1, Other Alternative Provision 1.2.4, and Inclusion 1.2.6. "014-15 top up for schools and PRUs 1.2.1 and Other Alternative Provision 1.2.7. 2012 We don’t hold this information.  Work on home education is funded from existing, larger budgets and staffing resources and there is no actual amount ring fenced for it.

FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Rutland

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2012 Home education sits in the Children’s Social Care Team working closely with the Inclusion Service. On the S251 table the budget sit in 1.3.3 Education out of school. It is not possible to give a separate amount for elective home education. (Fewer than 50 EHE) FOI 1 FOI 3


Salford

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September 2014 home education sits in Complex Needs SEN as part of Targeted Services and the Consultant who carries out the work is a qualified teacher with a substantive post as Keyworker in the Integrated Service. The costs related to staff goes against budget line 2.0.2 SEN administration assessment and co-ordination and monitoring. The cost of the Consultant's time goes against Line 3.7.2 Targeted Services for Young People (including youth work, positive activities and IAG). There is no specific budget allocated to EHE.

2012 £3,329 staff costs, other costs not identified separately. Elective Home Education sits within Complex Needs SEN as part of Targeted Services. The rationale for this is that the Head of this service is a qualified teacher and was previously a School Improvement Officer. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Sandwell

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September 2014 home education sits in Attendance and Prosecution Service (formerly Education Welfare) The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare. The allocated sum is £61K, £59K is combined percentage of relevant salaries and £2K was spent in 2013-14 on a community EHE event with a range of outdoor activities provided for EHE children and young people. The forward budget for next year is £59K.

2012 £48,390. Staffing (including on costs) Manager/EHE lead officer 0.5 days 5,450. Senior Practitioner 1 day 7,820. Administration 1.5 days 6,090. EHE Officer 2 days 13,440. CME/Alternative Provision Officer 1 day 6,820. Teacher Assessments 2 days 8,500. EHE community liaison events 300. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Scilly Isles

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2012 As a very small LA with one family home educating their children it would not be appropriate to give a detailed breakdown of the funding allocated to home education services. Suffice it to say that the annual expenditure is less than £1000 FOI 1 FOI 3


Sefton

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September 2014 home education sits in the Complementary Education Service. The budget line is 1.2.5. The current sum allocated for EHE is £18.475K, next year is anticipated to be £18.650K.

2012 143,089 62,297 staff costs. Administrative/secretarial support costs £29,410. Services £15,333. Additional costs associated with SEN pupils Electively Home Educated £36,049. [Follow-up query January 19th:"Please could I just clarify that the figures refer to elective home education, ie to children educated at home by parental choice." Answer January 21st:"Yes, that is correct."] FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Sheffield

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September 2014 home education sits in Inclusion Hospital and Home Education which is part of Inclusion and Targeted Services. The budget line is Hospital Education Services, 2013-14 1.2.7 and 2014-15 1.2.6. The EHE budget is £41.5K and next year is projected to be £41.9K

2012 £53,000 FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Shropshire

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September 2014 home education sits in Admissions, Education Access and Education Improvement. The budget lines are 1.4.2, 2.0.3, 2.0.4. There is no specific budget.

2012 £64,100. The following costs are approximated as the roles are not exclusive to EHE delivery: Management: £5,000. Administration: £21,100. Consultants: £30,000. EWOs: £5,000. Shrop Youth: £3,000. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Slough

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September 2014 home education sits in School Attendance. The budget line is 1.2.7 Other Alternative Provision and the sum for EHE is £30K. Next year's budget is not yet fixed.

2012 estimate £7,000 staff costs. Home Education is led by the Attendance Service with support from other areas outside the service.  Additional costs cannot be provided as support is provided by other staff in different service areas and the time spent on Home Education support is not specifically recorded. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Solihull

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September 2014 home education sits in School Education Improvement Service, budget line 2.0.4 School Improvement. There is no specific budget allocated.

2012 Estimate staff costs: £10,224.39 + administrative/secretarial support costs: £13,470.94, total staff costs £23694 + college courses £1,972.00. Total spend on provision of services for electively home educated children and young people in 2011 - 2012: £25,667.33. Located in School improvement advisory service. FOI 1 FOI 3


Somerset

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September 2014 home education sits in the Attendance Service. The budget line is 1.4.1 contribution to combined budgets. There is no specific allocation for EHE. *** SEE CUTS CONFIRMED HERE

2012 £160k Staff costs £117k. Administrative/secretarial support costs £21k, Total spend on provision of services for home educated children and young people £22k. EHE sits within the Education Attendance Service, line 2.0.9 Education Welfare Service in s251 budget. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Southampton

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September 2014 home education sits in The People Directorate. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision (2013-14 1.2.4, 2014-14 1.2.7) The budget sum allocated to EHE is £5,000.

2012 There is no one specific officer responsible for home education. The responsibility sits within Prevention and Inclusion services. There is not a budget for this, however the Melbourne school do support some students with taking their exams in Year 11 funded by the L.A. A request to Schools' Forum in December 2012 to allocate funding to set up a post for EHE was turned down. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Southend

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September 2014 from September 2014 EHE is managed by the Virtual School Head which sits within the Learning and Improvement Team. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision, in 2013-14 this was 1.2.4 and in 2014-15 this was 1.2.7. The budget allocation is £10K "however, actual spend is dependent on the number of monitoring visits and costs of reprographics". The budget is likely to be the same next year.

2012 between £17,555 and £19,5550 (staffing). £10,000 - £12,000 in supporting the elective home education process. Support officer visits £7550. FOI 1 FOI 2


South Gloucestershire

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August 2014 home education sits in Attendance and Exclusion. 2.9 officers undertake a range of statutory duties. In 2013-14 the budget line was 1.2.6 and in 2014-15 it is 1.2.8. The total sum allocated is £30K and next year's budget is anticipated to be broadly similar.

2012 £67,930 (staffing) which covers the post of Education Officer, Exclusions, CME and EHE salary as well as the 0.4 teacher, supply costs and travel expenses. In addition to the above the Welfare Liaison Officer for Ethnic Minority and Traveller Achievement Service spent approx 40 hours supporting joint EHE monitoring visits to Traveller families and 15 hours at EHE related meetings during academic year 2011/12.(Between 100 and 150 EHE) FOI 1A FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


South Tyneside

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September 2014 home education sits in the Alternative Education Service. The budget line is 1.2.7 Other Alternative Provision and the current annual budget sum for EHE is £70.771K. Next year's budget has yet to be set.

2012 Couldn't separate elective home education. FOI 2


Southwark

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September 2014 home education sits in Early Help Service within Education. The budget line is 3.0.4 Other Early Years Funding. No specific budget for EHE, but £5K allocated to consultant advice and support.

2012 £44,078.66 estimate. Consultant cost: £14,078.66. SEN children support: £30,000.00. There is not a discreet sum set as budget for this particular support but it is part of a larger allocation of funding to Early Help and SEN services FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Staffordshire

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September 2014 home education is commissioned from Entrust. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision (2013-14 1.2.4; 2014-15 1.2.7) The annual sum is £96.580K and is likely to continue at a similar level.

2012 £150,462. Staff costs: £125,390. Administration/secretarial: £25,072. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


St Helens

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August 2014 no budget for elective home education.

2012 It is not possible to itemise spending on home education services terms of time and salary as you have requested. A variety of officers are involved with the EHE process including School Improvement Advisers and Education Welfare Officers. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Stockport

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August 2014 home education sits in the School Support Service. There is no budget line and no specific budget allocated to EHE but the work amounts to c £11K. There is no budget approved yet for next year.

2012 £3,982. Staff Costs 2,907. Administration/Support 1,075. The LA has a very minimal role in any family opting for the EHE route for their child. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Stockton

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September 2014 home education sits in the Education Improvement Service. There is no identifiable budget line and there is no specific budget allocated and this is not forecast to change.

2012 We do not separately identify this expenditure in our accounts. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Stoke on Trent

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September 2014 home education sits in Hospital Education Services. In 2013-14 the budget line was 1.2.7 and in 2014-15 it was 1.2.6. There is no specific allocation for EHE.

2012 £38.5k (staffing) travel costs £0.6k and a notional administrative/ secretarial support cost of £2.5k. (Not clear whether this is all for elective home education) FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Suffolk

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September 2014 home education sits in Inclusive Services. The budget lines are 1.2.5 and 2.1.2. There is no separate budget allocated for EHE.

2012 £62,259 (staffing). There are 3 x 0.5fte EHE consultants total salary cost for the three is £62,259 most of the consultants do their own admin, although they do use a little business support in the area offices, there is no formal resources allocation for their business support. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Sunderland

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September 2014 home education sits in the Virtual School Team within the School Support and Intervention area of People Services (2013-14 line 1.0.1 and 2014-15 line 1.2.8 Support for Inclusion) There is no specific budget for EHE.

2012 No separate budget. Expenditure on home education is grouped with education in hospital settings FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Surrey

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September 2014 EHE budget £87.5K. Next year's not yet decided. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision, 2013-14 1.2.4, 2014-15 1.2.7.

2012 £74,169.00 (staffing). Staffing (1 x Senior EHE Advisor) Additional Staff (Sessional Visits) Travel, Telecoms Costs Miscellaneous Costs Totals Apr 2011 - Mar 2012 £49,851.00, £18,085.00, £5,208.00, £1,025.00, £74,169.00. Current Year Budgets (Projected Costs) £85,641.00. Staffing (1 x Senior EHE Advisor) EHE Assistant, Additional Staff (Sessional Visits), Telecoms, Costs, Travel Costs, £49,852.00, £22,774.00, £8,897.00, £738.00, £3,380.00, Forward budget £85,641.00 FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 2B FOI 3


Sutton

Sutton Bar Chart September 2014 home education sits in School Improvement. Advice and Inspection (OO140148) is split between 2 lines in the s 251 return, 80% to 2.0.4 School Improvement and 20% to 2.1.2 SEN administration assessment co-ordination and monitoring. The current allocated sum for EHE is £86.5K. Next year's budget has yet to be decided.

2012 Preferred not to share. FOI 1 FOI 3


Swindon

Swindon Bar Chart September 2014 home education sits in Education Welfare. The budget line is 2.0.3 and the approximate sum is £20K for this year and next year.

2012: approx £20,000 (staffing). There is one Education Welfare Officer responsible for Elective Home Education in Swindon. There is no budget for provisions for home educators. The amount spent on home education services works out at approximately £20,000, which would include all costs including administrative costs. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Tameside

Tamdeside Bar Chart September 2014 home education is covered by Education Welfare and Behaviour Support. The budget lines are 2.0.3 and 1.1.2. The allocated budget is £7K and will likely be the same next year.

2012 £5,001 was spent on staffing costs in relation to the Home Education service during the academic year 2011-12, of which £752 was support staff costs. Home Education is currently managed by a combination of the Pupil Referral Service and the Education Welfare Service. The Pupil Referral element is in Education Out of School and the Education Welfare element is in Pupil Support. Anticipate roughly £5,658 being spent by the end of 2012/13 (staff costs). FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Telford

Telford Bar Chart September 2014 home education sits in Corporate Parenting and Inclusion Service Delivery Unit. This area is managed by Assistant Director Education and Corporate Parenting. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision and the allocated sum is £54.531K, which is projected to remain the same for next year.

2012: £26,000. This amount includes all staffing and other associated costs. The staffing costs are all around evaluating the effectiveness of the provision at home. Admin costs are included within the staffing costs. Elective Home Education sits within the team Access and Achievement which is part of the School Improvement Service. The Achievement and Standards Service Delivery team is part of the School Improvement budget. Cost for current year £27,027. It is not anticipated that there will be any reduction for the financial year 13/14. (Between 100 and 150 EHE)

FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Thurrock

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October 2014 home education sits in Learner Support, Learning and Universal Outcomes. The budget line is School Improvement 2013-14 and 2014-15 line 2.0.4. The allocated sum is £20.6K with the same forecast for next year.

2012: £25,600 (staffing) on support for parents to provide guidance on the requirements of home education and to ensure parents are providing a suitable education. The majority of this was on staffing costs and includes initial advice to parents as well as ongoing support. The quality of elective home education is managed within the School Improvement team with advisory support from the Education Welfare Service. As a Unitary Authority it is common for support functions to be provided by officers covering more than one area of work and the administration of this work is shared with Education Welfare and Employment Licensing. The main expenditure is included in the School Improvement line. £26k has been allocated, including administrative support function. (Between 50 and 100 EHE)

FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Torbay

Torbay Bar Chart September 2014 home education sits in Education Other Than At School Service (EOTAS). The budget line is 1.2.4 and the allocated amount is £17K with the same allocated for next year.

2012 approx £10,000 (staffing) . We do not separately record the cost for children who are educated at home by parental choice, however, for 2012-3, approximately £10,000 is allocated to elective home education as part of an Advisory Role. (Between 50 and 100 EHE)

FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Tower Hamlets

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September 2014 home education sits in the Learning and Achievement Service. The budget line is 2013-14 2.0.10 and 2014-15 2.2.1 School Improvement. The allocated sum is £25,000 to pay the fees of two ex-headteacher consultants to contact the home educating families annually and make a decision on the ‘efficiency’ and ‘suitability’ of the education provided. Next year's budget is also £25K.

2012: £44,000 (staffing). £25,000 – consultancy fees shared by two ex-headteachers to cover annual visits/meetings/telephone calls with home educating families, liaison meetings with LA officers from Learning and Achievement, Pupil Services, Attendance and Welfare and SEN and contribution to update of resources for parents and LA home education policy. £7,000 – one day a week of an admin officer’s time (with on costs) to organise and co-ordinate communication with home educating families, annual reports and co-ordinating termly home education steering group meetings. £12,000 – for a senior officer with the Learning and Achievement team to line manage consultants and admin officer and to lead on home education development policy through termly steering group meetings. Forward budget total - £44,000 (Between 50 and 100 EHE)

FOI 1 FOI 1B FOI 2 FOI 3


Trafford

Trafford Bar Chart September 2014 home education sits in the Medical Education Service. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision, 2013-14 1.2.4, 2014-15 1.2.7, budget sum is £84.814K. The 2015-16 budget has not yet been set but will probably be at a similar amount. *** NOT CLEAR WHETHER THIS IS ALL ELECTIVE HOME EDUCATION ***

2012Trafford Council is unable to provide the information requested below as there is no dedicated budget for home education support. The work to support home educated children is part of the wider work that the School Improvement Service undertakes, and as such it is not possible to separate the money spent on home education support. (Fewer than 50 EHE)

FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Wakefield

Wakefield Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in Education Welfare. The budget line for last year was 1.2.4 and for this year 1.2.7 Other Alternative Provision. The budget sum is £87.780K.

2012: £76,111. Staffing costs 73,370. Course fees 370. Other running costs 2,371. Education Welfare Service 2.0.9. 1.3.3 Education Out of School. £79,100 forward budget. [Follow-up query April 6th: "did the figure you gave me in January relate solely to staffing costs for elective home education ie where children are educated at home by parental choice? And if not, is it possible to pull out a separate figure for elective home education?"](Between 50 and 100 EHE)

FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Walsall

Walsall Bar Chart September 2014 home education sits in School Improvement Access Team. The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare and the budget allocated is £48.194K. The forward budget sum allocated is £48.626K.

2012 The requested information is not held by the council. The council has procured a contract for the provision of all education services from SERCO and it is not possible for the costs of individual services to be extracted from the contract price. (Between 100 and 150 EHE)

FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Waltham Forest

September 2014 home education sits in Education Welfare. The budget line is 2.0.3. There is no specific amount allocated but it takes up 0.5 Full Time Equivalent of a Senior Education Welfare Officer post (c.£17K)

2012: £12,446 staffing and administrative cost. EHE sits within Education Welfare Service - Troubled Families. Line 2.0.9 on the s251 budget. Forward budget £23,200. (Between 50 and 100 EHE)

FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Wandsworth

Wandsworth Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in Education Performance and Planning, and responsibility is shared between Inclusion, School Improvement and SEN. The budget is £12.5K. Next year's budget is not yet agreed.

2012: £12,542 (staffing). Cost to Performance and Standards Team in 2011-12 academic year was approximately £1942 (5.25 days including on-costs) for Inspector support. Cost to Education Welfare Service was approximately £10,000 for Senior Education Welfare Officer time plus £600 for administrative officer time. In 2011-12 no direct costs to individual children was provided. Elective Home Education is currently located in the Standards and Schools Division and responsibility is shared between the Education Welfare Service and Performance and Standards Team. For children with a statement of SEN there would also be input from Special Needs Assessment section and the Educational Psychologists and where appropriate Parent Partnership Service. The forward budget sum is £12,500. (Between 50 and 100 EHE)

FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Warrington

Warrington Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in the Virtual School, Families and Wellbeing Directorate. In 2013-14 the budget line was 1.2.4 Oher Alternative Provision, and in 2014-15 the budget line was 1.2.7 Other Alternative Provision. The sum allocated is £47.177.

2012: £15,000. Staffing cost to support EHE was £15K. There was no expenditure on administrative or secretarial support costs or any direct expenditure on provision of services for home educated children and young people; however, the LA has commissioned services that have supported EHE these services have had a financial cost of £3K. This amount will change next year as designated with careers staff providing additional support to EHE children/young people. Elective home education sits within the Virtual School Team, which is part of the 11-19 Learning and Achievement Division of the council. Line 1.3.3 Education out of school. The forward budget is £15K. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Warwickshire

Warwickshire Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in School Performance Services, Learning and Achievement, budget line 2.0.4 (non DSG). The amount allocated is £37K.

2012: £43,509. £33,324 staff costs. Admin support costs - £156.00. Provision of services for home educated children - £10,029. Elective Home Education is located in a dedicated team within the broad service of Learning and Achievement, and the management team of Access and Organisation and the Access to Education team which also includes Exclusions, In Year Fair Access and Children Missing Education. The discreet cost centre for EHE is H2012 HE which resides within the general cost centre of HF205. The budget is £36,608. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


West Berkshire

West Berkshire Bar Chart September 2014 home education is in Other Alternative Provision and SEN Support. The budget lines are 2.0.6 Statutory and Regulatory Duties, 1.2.5 SEN Support and 1.2.7 Other Alternative Provision. There is 0.4 FTE teacher salary (c.£12K?) Next year's budget has not been agreed.

2012: approximately £10,200 (staffing). The total spend would include the cost of the EHE Monitoring Teacher post and administration- £10,200 approximately. It would also include the cost of time spent by Education Welfare Officers, Special Educational Needs Assessment and the Connexions service. The Elective Home Education Monitoring Teacher post is placed within the Learning Support sub team in Education Services which is within the Communities Directorate. The organisational structure of the Council can be found here http://www.westberks.gov.uk/index.aspx?articleid=24765 EHE is in the s251 budget under the Learning Support Team. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Westminster

Westminster Bar Chart September 2014 EHE is one of the functions of Attendance (statutory), Child Employment and Children in Entertainment, Elective Home Education and Children Missing Education (ACE team) which is part of TriBorough Chidlren's Services (London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham, Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, City of Westminster) The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare. There is no specific budget allocated within ACE for home education.

2011-12 £3,500. Estimated staffing costs, administrative/secretarial support costs. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


West Sussex

West Sussex Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in the Learning Service, Communities Commissioning Directorate. The budget line is Other Alternative Provision, 2013-14 1.2.4, 2014-15 1.2.7) The budget sum is £208.5K. Next year's budget has not yet been agreed.

2012: £222,900 Staff costs 201,823,37, Travel 5,610.39, College Courses 13,205.00, IT and office expenses 2,234.18. Total for 09/11 to 08/12 222,900.94. Elective home education sits within the Learning Service. The allocation for Home Education Services is included within line 2.0.2 (SEN Admin, Assessment, Co-ordination and Monitoring) within Other Education and Community Budget, and line 1.3.3 (Education out of school). FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3

 

Wigan

Wigan Bar Chart September 2014 1) EHE sits within Education Support, Organisation and Capital Development under the Pupil Inclusion team. The relevant cost centre sits within line 2.0.6 Statutory/Regulatory Duties - Education. The budget sum - not including the management, personnel and administrative resources the allocation for home visits and reporting where required is approximately £5,000 as we commission from another service.

2012: £31,651 (staffing). 5%  Service manager  time - £2,967. 10%  Team Manager  time -£ 3,596. 20%  Inclusion Officer time  - £5,704. 30%  Clerk  time - £4,504. EHE Officer  time - £2,800. Approximately £12,000 as contributions to college courses for young people. Approx £80 on stationery. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Wiltshire

Wiltshire Bar Chart September 2014 there is no budget for home education.

2012: £24,715 staff costs. Education Welfare Officers 24,715. There are two Education Welfare officers assigned for half of their work programme who monitor and support electively home educated children’s provision FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Wirral

Wirral Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in Education Social Welfare, budget line 2.0.3. There is no specific allocation.

2012: £11,660 staff costs for Home Education Monitoring Officer Additional time is spent by Education Social Welfare officers and Admin staff in support of this service but it is not recorded separately so cannot be provided. Line 2.0.9 Education Welfare Service. £10,000 forward budget for the Home Education Monitoring Officer. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Wokingham

Wokingham Bar Chart August 2014 FOI response: home education is in Education Welfare [2.0.3]. This year's budget is around £13K as is next year's.

2012: £14,092. Staff costs £13,035. Transport costs £1,057. EHE is a separate unit within the Education Welfare Service. Forward Budget £7,265 FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton Bar Chart September 2014 home education sits in Early Help Service 5-18 year olds. The budget line is Line 2.0.1 Therapies and other health related services and the allocated sum is £34.245K. Next year's budget has not yet been determined.

2012 £55,554 for salary of EHE Coordinatork, including all on‐costs. There is currently no dedicated administrative support to be costed.  The  authority  does also  support  a  number  of  home  educated  families  of  Traveller  Heritage  with  culturally  sensitive  academic  support  sessions  at  a  convenient  Children’s Centre. The  cost  for  this  is  approximately  £6,000. Two students were also supported to access FE courses. Home education is monitored and supported by an Education Adviser in the Behaviour and Mental Health Support Service.This is one of the professional groups within Social Inclusion Services who are in turn a service group within Children, Young People and Families. We think this is a most appropriate location for the service. Other colleagues deal with pupils whose parents often consider home education including those with behaviour and emotional difficulties and travelling children. Line 2.0.2 of Section 251 return. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


Worcestershire

Worcestershire Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in Learning and Achievement, Provision, Planning and Admissions, Admissions and Fair Access Team. The budget line is 2.0.3 Education Welfare and the allocated sum is £172.407K. "We would assume the same budget for 2015/16 (£172,407) as we have no information at this moment to suggest otherwise. Please note budget setting does not start until October 2014."

2012: £41,347 (staffing). Home Education Liaison Officer £28,728, Central Admin Costs £6,034, Other Expenditure £6,585. LA responsibilities for EHE learners are delivered through the Home Education Liaison Officer. The post currently sits within the Learning and Achievement Service, reporting to the Service Manager – Early Intervention and Targeted Support. The allocation for Home Education Liaison is included in line 2.0.9 of the s251 statement, under 'Education Welfare service'. *The budget plan for 2013 - 2014 (provisional until approved by Council) sets £82,694 against this to fund 2 officer posts*. (Between 250 and 500 EHE) Update October 2nd 2013, Worcestershire were planning to double their spending on staff in the coming year, but instead opted to review their service and provide increased access to 14-16 provision while cutting back on home visits FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3


York

York Bar Chart August 2014 home education sits in Schools Services, budget line 1.2.7 Other Alternative Provision. The current amount allocated is £18K and although next year's hasn't been set it is likely to be around the same amount.

2012: approx £16,000. Elective Home Education currently sits within the LA's School Services Team (School admissions etc) It's included in line 1.3.3 of the section 251 budget statement - Education out Of School. The forward budget sum allocated to home education service and support is £10k for 2012/13 financial year. FOI 1 FOI 2 FOI 3



Lancashire

Lancashire engaged in a full-scale consultation with its legal service and with the local home education community and came up with a new set of protocols which have been widely praised. "Documentation used by EHE officers to contact parents and to collect and record information had been revised following the implementation of the new procedures to reflect the changes and to be more 'customer friendly.' It was reported that Lancashire was now recognised as having good practice on EHE and had received a number of requests from other local authorities to discuss how the new procedures were developed and being implemented and that Graham Stuart MP, Chair of the House of Commons Education Committee was 'pleased Lancashire has made such progress and is helping to mentor other LAs'."

See Lancashire Education Scrutiny Committee March, 2013 particularly the EHE report http://council.lancashire.gov.uk/documents/s20062/Item%206.pdf (4 page pdf)

Lancashire location FOI Lancashire spending FOI Lancashire SEN FOI

Lancashire Council template letters 20131st followup response to notification   annual contact   database update thanks   enquiry 2   enquiry no assistance   initial contact thanks   letter after visit   record of discussion   response to notification anon letter   school referral home ed  response to notification letter l

Lancashire web page with links to Meet and Share Session dates and venues, Consultation Network Group, Exams, Children with special educational needs, Careers advice and work experience, Social and educational activities, Childhood immunisations, Raising the participation age, and Home education websites

2014 LA Annual Spending on EHE from Highest to Lowest

West Sussex 208;  Lancashire 207;  Worcestershire 172;  Kent 165;  Derbyshire 151;  Cornwall 122;  Devon 121;  Newham 111;  Essex 107 *** WILL BE CUT IN 2015 ***;  Leeds 104;  Lincolnshire 103;  Birmingham 102;  Nottinghamshire 100;  Staffordshire 97;  Norfolk 93;  Wakefield 88;  Surrey 88;  Sutton 87;  Oxfordshire 85;  Trafford 85 *** querying, see FOI;  Hertfordshire 74;  Plymouth 74;  Buckinghamshire 73;  Isle of Wight 73;  South Tyneside 72;  Cheshire West and Chester 65;  Cambridgeshire 61;  Sandwell 61;  Rotherham 56;  Doncaster 55;  Liverpool 55;  Telford 55;  Hackney 54;  Dudley 51;  Croydon 50;  Walsall 48;  Nottingham City 46;  Bexley 44;  Warrington 44;  Blackpool 44;  Hampshire 43;  Sheffield 42;  East Sussex 40;  Newcastle 38;  Warwickshire 37;  Bradford 35;  Enfield 35;  Merton 35;  Wolverhampton 34;  Bedford 32;  Hounslow 30;  Leicester 30;  Redbridge 30;  Slough 30;  South Gloucestershire 30;  Cheshire East 29;  Lewisham 29;  North Somerset 28;  Barnsley 28;  Bath and North East Somerset 27;  Bury 27;  Leicestershire 26;  Tower Hamlets 25;  East Riding 24;  Bristol 23;  Havering 23;  Dorset 23;  Herefordshire 22;  Barking 21;  Brent 20;  Greenwich 20;  Manchester 20;  Swindon 20;  Peterborough 19;  Luton 19;  Sefton 18;  York 18;  Torbay 17;  Reading 16;  Bolton 15;  Halton 15;  Portsmouth 15;  Derby 14;  Wokingham 13;  Wandsworth 13;  West Berkshire 12;  Redcar Cleveland 12;  Camden 11;  Poole 11;  Stockport 11;  Central Bedfordshire 10;  Southend 10;  Hull 10;  Tameside 7;  Southampton 5;  Southwark 5;  Wigan 5

2014 answers No Specific Budget Barnet, Calderdale, Cumbria, Haringey, Hartlepool, Lambeth, Gloucestershire, Brighton and Hove, Kirklees, Bromley, Kingston on Thames, Darlington, Royal Borough Windsor Maidenhead, Gateshead, Blackburn with Darwen, Durham, North Yorkshire, Windsor and Maidenhead, Milton Keynes, Middlesbrough, Knowsley, St Helens, North Tyneside, Hammersmith and Fulham, Wirral, Wiltshire, Sunderland, Ealing, Coventry, Hillingdon, Solihull, Shropshire, Northumberland, Northamptonshire, Bracknell Forest, North Lincolnshire, Rochdale, Richmond on Thames, Oldham, Islington, Stockton, Somerset, Stoke on Trent, Salford, and Kensington and Chelsea. However in some cases it is possible to get a rough idea of spending from the 2012 FOIs.

Medway preferred not to disclose the amount spent

Section 251

2014-15 DfE Section 251 Budget Instructions

DfE statistics planned expenditure on schools education and childrens services, published September 25th 2014

All LAs Planned Budget Spending Children's Services October 2014

Actual Expenditure 2013-14 see this spreadsheet

Related Pages

Analysis 2013-14 Numbers
2013-14 Numbers Alphabetical
Numbers Map
Line Graphs 2005-14

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  309. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/royalboroughwindsormaidenheadehespendfoi.pdf
  310. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/royalboroughwindsormaidenheadsenfoi.pdf
  311. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/rutlandehelocationfoi.pdf
  312. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/rutlandsenfoi.pdf
  313. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/salfordehelocationfoi.pdf
  314. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/salfordehespendfoi.pdf
  315. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/salfordsenfoi.pdf
  316. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/sandwellehelocationfoi.pdf
  317. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/sandwellehespendfoi.pdf
  318. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/sandwellsenfoi.pdf
  319. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/scillyislesehelocationfoi.pdf
  320. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/scillyislessenfoi.pdf
  321. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/seftonehelocationfoi.pdf
  322. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/seftonehespendfoi.pdf
  323. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/seftonsenfoi.pdf
  324. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/sheffieldehelocationfoi.pdf
  325. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/sheffieldehespendfoi.pdf
  326. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/sheffieldsenfoi.pdf
  327. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/shropshireehelocationfoi.pdf
  328. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/shropshireehespendfoi.pdf
  329. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/shropshiresenfoi.pdf
  330. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/sloughehelocationfoi.pdf
  331. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/sloughehespendfoi.pdf
  332. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/sloughsenfoi.pdf
  333. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/solihullehelocationfoi.pdf
  334. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/solihullsenfoi.pdf
  335. HERE http://edyourself.org/articles/somersetconsult.php
  336. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/somersetehelocationfoi.pdf
  337. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/somersetehespendfoi.pdf
  338. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/somersetsenfoi.pdf
  339. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/southamptonehelocationfoi.pdf
  340. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/southamptonehespendfoi.pdf
  341. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/southamptonsenfoi.pdf
  342. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/southendehelocationfoi.pdf
  343. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/southendehespendfoi.pdf
  344. FOI 1A http://edyourself.org/southgloucestershireehepolicy.pdf
  345. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/southgloucestershireehelocationfoi.pdf
  346. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/southgloucestershireehespendfoi.pdf
  347. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/southgloucestershiresenfoi.pdf
  348. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/southtynesideehespendfoi.pdf
  349. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/southwarkehelocationfoi.pdf
  350. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/southwarkehespendfoi.pdf
  351. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/southwarksenfoi.pdf
  352. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/southwarkehelocationfoi.pdf
  353. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/staffordshireehespendfoi.pdf
  354. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/staffordshiresenfoi.pdf
  355. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/sthelensehelocationfoi.pdf
  356. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/sthelensehespendfoi.pdf
  357. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/sthelenssenfoi.pdf
  358. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/stockportehelocationfoi.pdf
  359. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/stockportehespendfoi.pdf
  360. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/stockportsenfoi.pdf
  361. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/stocktonehelocationfoi.pdf
  362. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/stocktonehespendfoi.pdf
  363. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/stocktonsenfoi.pdf
  364. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/stokeehelocationfoi.pdf
  365. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/stokeehespendfoi.pdf
  366. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/stokesenfoi.pdf
  367. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/suffolkehelocationfoi.pdf
  368. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/suffolkehespendfoi.pdf
  369. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/suffolksenfoi.pdf
  370. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/sunderlandehelocationfoi.pdf
  371. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/sunderlandehespendfoi.pdf
  372. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/sunderlandsenfoi.pdf
  373. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/surreyehelocationfoi.pdf
  374. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/surreyehespendfoi.pdf
  375. FOI 2B http://edyourself.org/surreyehespend2foi.pdf
  376. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/surreysenfoi.pdf
  377. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/suttonehelocationfoi.pdf
  378. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/suttonsenfoi.pdf
  379. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/swindonehelocationfoi.pdf
  380. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/swindonehespendfoi.pdf
  381. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/swindonsenfoi.pdf
  382. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/tamesideehelocationfoi.pdf
  383. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/tamesideehespendfoi.pdf
  384. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/tamesidesenfoi.pdf
  385. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/telfordehelocationfoi.pdf
  386. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/telfordehespendfoi.pdf
  387. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/telfordsenfoi.pdf
  388. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/thurrockehelocationfoi.pdf
  389. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/thurrockehespendfoi.pdf
  390. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/thurrocksenfoi.pdf
  391. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/torbayehelocationfoi.pdf
  392. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/torbayehespendfoi.pdf
  393. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/torbaysenfoi.pdf
  394. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/towerhamletsehelocationfoi.pdf
  395. FOI 1B http://edyourself.org/towerhamletsehepolicy.pdf
  396. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/towerhamletsehespendfoi.pdf
  397. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/towerhamletssenfoi.pdf
  398. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/traffordehelocationfoi.pdf
  399. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/traffordehespendfoi.pdf
  400. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/traffordsenfoi.pdf
  401. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/wakefieldehelocationfoi.pdf
  402. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/wakefieldehespendfoi.pdf
  403. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/wakefieldsenfoi.pdf
  404. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/walsallehelocationfoi.pdf
  405. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/walsallehespendfoi.pdf
  406. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/walsallsenfoi.pdf
  407. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/walthamforestehelocationfoi.pdf
  408. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/walthamforestehespendfoi.pdf
  409. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/walthamforestsenfoi.pdf
  410. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/wandsworthehelocationfoi.pdf
  411. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/wandsworthehespendfoi.pdf
  412. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/wandsworthsenfoi.pdf
  413. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/warringtonehelocationfoi.pdf
  414. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/warringtonehespendfoi.pdf
  415. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/warringtonsenfoi.pdf
  416. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/warwickshireehelocationfoi.pdf
  417. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/warwickshireehespendfoi.pdf
  418. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/warwickshiresenfoi.pdf
  419. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/westberkshireehelocationfoi.pdf
  420. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/westberkshireehespendfoi.pdf
  421. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/westberkshiresenfoi.pdf
  422. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/westminsterehelocationfoi.pdf
  423. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/westminsterehespendfoi.pdf
  424. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/westminstersenfoi.pdf
  425. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/westsussexehelocationfoi.pdf
  426. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/westsussexehespendfoi.pdf
  427. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/westsussexsenfoi.pdf
  428. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/wiganehelocationfoi.pdf
  429. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/wiganehespendfoi.pdf
  430. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/wigansenfoi.pdf
  431. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/wiltshireehelocationfoi.pdf
  432. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/wiltshireehespendfoi.pdf
  433. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/wiltshiresenfoi.pdf
  434. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/wirralehelocationfoi.pdf
  435. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/wirralehespendfoi.pdf
  436. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/wirralsenfoi.pdf
  437. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/wokinghamehelocationfoi.pdf
  438. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/wokinghamehespendfoi.pdf
  439. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/wokinghamsenfoi.pdf
  440. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/wolverhamptonehelocationfoi.pdf
  441. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/wolverhamptonehespendfoi.pdf
  442. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/wolverhamptonsenfoi.pdf
  443. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/worcestershireehespendfoi.pdf
  444. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/worcestershireehelocationfoi.pdf
  445. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/worcestershiresenfoi.pdf
  446. FOI 1 http://edyourself.org/yorkehelocationfoi.pdf
  447. FOI 2 http://edyourself.org/yorkehespendfoi.pdf
  448. FOI 3 http://edyourself.org/yorksenfoi.pdf
  449. http://council.lancashire.gov.uk/documents/s20062/Item%206.pdf http://edyourself.org/articles/councilwebpages.php
  450. Lancashire location FOI http://edyourself.org/lancashireehelocationfoi.pdf
  451. Lancashire spending FOI http://edyourself.org/lancashireehespendfoi.pdf
  452. Lancashire SEN FOI http://edyourself.org/lancashiresenfoi.pdf
  453. 1st followup response to notification http://edyourself.org/lancashire1stfollowupresponsetonotificationhomeed.pdf
  454. annual contact http://edyourself.org/lancashireannualcontact.pdf
  455. database update thanks http://edyourself.org/lancashiredatabaseupdatethanks.pdf
  456. enquiry 2 http://edyourself.org/lancashireenquiry2.pdf
  457. enquiry no assistance http://edyourself.org/lancashireenquirynoassistance.pdf
  458. initial contact thanks http://edyourself.org/lancashireinitialcontactthanks.pdf
  459. letter after visit http://edyourself.org/lancashireletteraftervisit.pdf
  460. record of discussion http://edyourself.org/lancashirerecordofdiscussion.pdf
  461. response to notification anon letter http://edyourself.org/lancashireresponsetonotificationanonletter.pdf
  462. response to notification letter l http://edyourself.org/lancashireschoolreferralhomeed.pdf
  463. Lancashire web page http://www.lancashire.gov.uk/children-education-families/educating-your-child-at-home.aspx
  464. Analysis 2013-14 Numbers http://edyourself.org/articles/numbers.php
  465. 2013-14 Numbers Alphabetical http://edyourself.org/articles/costhomeeducation.php
  466. Numbers Map http://edyourself.org/articles/latotalnumber.php
  467. Line Graphs 2005-14 http://edyourself.org/articles/lalinegraph.php