The student learner grant code is collected for all students who have received scholarship funding during the current school year. This may include students who have left school since the beginning of the school year. For alternating students, the school, which holds the main enrolment for the student, is responsible for the allocation of the scholarship fund and the return of the necessary data. It can include structured activities, free games, food, homework assistance or a mix of it all. It could also be integrated into other school-specific activities. We collect and use personal data to fulfill our commitment to provide an education for your child and to work with our partners to provide and improve educational and educational services to children and youth in the Croydon area. In many areas, early education is provided in schools, whose agencies also offer broader childcare and/or family support services. Often, the owner wants to maintain a unique management information system for all children, and the school principal`s information system is also used for this purpose. With the exception of those receiving Section 4 assistance, families in these groups are also subject to a maximum income threshold of $31,500 per year for London and $28,200 for areas outside London. The code “No Technical Assessment” (NSA) should only be used in very rare cases where a student is placed on SEN (code “K”), but the school is still looking at the primary need, for example when a child assisted by SEN entered school just before Census Day. If the “NSA” code is to be used, the student must have the SEN rule of the “K” code. We are committed to protecting your privacy if you use our services.

The Student Learner Assistance Code indicates the type of financial assistance provided to students beyond the age of compulsory schooling at any time of the census school year. Generally, but not always, students for whom a primary or secondary school receives an increase are those who have an education, health and care plan (EHC). Sometimes local authorities can also help students with the code “K” – SEN support. Parents – or students themselves, if they are 16 years of age or older – have the right to object to the transmission of names, addresses and dates of birth that are shared with the local authority or the provider of youth services. As part of the school confidentiality policy, you must inform parents/students of their right of objection. The recommended text for data protection guidelines is contained in the data protection advisory model documents. As part of the government`s reform programme, the Department is considering a number of pieces of information that will help support reflection on post-adoption aid. Very little is known about the realization of adopted children from childcare, because they automatically receive a new UPN and the department wants to have better information about this data position on a voluntary basis in order to be integrated into this process. It is up to adoptive parents (adopted parents, legal guardians and guardians of children previously cared for on residence or child care orders) to decide whether they wish to declare their children`s status in school themselves.

Schools should ensure that parents and caregivers are aware of this and that this information is gathered to ensure that the designated teacher for the children previously in care can support them and that the school a student bonus is paid to support this cohort. Parents must provide proof, such as a photocopy of the adoption decision. B, and confirm that their child has been taken into care in England or Wales. When transmitting information for census purposes, it is important to distinguish between children who receive early education and those who receive other services.