Performance and Assessment

This group contains relevant performance and assessment documents that the Council have undertaken as a statutory requirement

Workforce Statistics September 2011
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The Employment Figures for the Isle of Wight Council are as recorded for 30 September 2011. The figures are employment counts including Permanent, Temporary Fixed Term, Seasonal and Casual contracts but excluding Relief. Schools under the Council’s control within the reporting period are included unless otherwise stated. The Isle of Wight Council is subject to compliance with the Equality Act 2010 including the Public Sector Equality Duties. The specific duties require the council to publish relevant proportionate information which demonstrates our compliance with the Equality Duty, the information will assist in delivering on the equality duties and also shape services in a way that makes them fully accessible to all customers.



Childcare Sufficiency Assessment 2011
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Local Authorities are required under the Childcare Act 2006, Section 6 to ensure that there is sufficient, quality, flexible, sustainable childcare for parents and carers The Childcare Act 2006 defines childcare sufficiency as ‘sufficient to meet the requirement of parents in the (Local Authority’s) area who require childcare in order to enable them:

 

a) To take up or remain in work

b) To undertake education or training which could reasonably be expected to assist them to obtain work.

c) May have regard to any childcare which they expect to be available outside their area.

 

In order to meet the sufficiency duty local authorities are required to undertake a detailed assessment of the supply of, and demand for, childcare in their area. Qa Research was commissioned to undertake the Childcare Sufficiency Assessment on behalf of the Local Authority. The assessment included research and consultation with parents / carers, children and young people, employers, and providers.

 

This document presents the key findings of the assessment in line with nine indicators of sufficiency:

 

  • Sufficiency of Places
  • Range of Provision
  • Quality
  • Flexibility
  • Accessibility (geographical issues)
  • Knowledge and Information
  • Affordability
  • Inclusivity/Meeting Particular Needs
  • Sustainability



Child Poverty Needs Assessment Executive Summary 2011
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The Child Poverty Act 2010 enshrined in law the commitment to eradicate child poverty in the UK by 2020 and placed a duty on local authorities to:

•work with relevant agencies and named partners such as: Police, transport authorities, Primary Care Trust, Job Centre Plus - to reduce and mitigate the effects of poverty;

•prepare and publish a local Child Poverty Needs Assessment - to understand the drivers of child poverty and characteristics of those living in poverty;

•prepare and publish a Joint Child Poverty Needs Strategy - setting out the measures the Local Authority and named partners propose to take to reduce and mitigate the effects of child poverty

 

The Needs Assessment:

•will provide evidence and context for developing a strategic approach to child poverty by providing a deeper understanding of:

•the extent and distribution of child poverty on the Isle of Wight;

•the key drivers and characteristics of families living in poverty;

•the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats to tackling child poverty

 



Local Government Ombudsman Report 12008 423
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The Local Government Ombudsman has issued a report following her investigation of a complaint against Isle of Wight Council.  The complaint was about a planning and development matter.  The Ombudsman found that injustice had been caused by maladministration on the part of Isle of Wight Council.  Isle of Wight Council has agreed to take action which the Ombudsman regards as providing a satisfactory remedy for the complaint.



Public Health Annual Report
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This is the report of the Director of Public Health for the Isle of Wight for 2013.

The report focuses on the needs of children living on the Island. This is because investing in our children’s health and wellbeing will not only benefit today’s children but will improve their lives as they grow into adults and therefore affect the lives of future generations.



Fire and Rescue Service Annual Assurance Statement 2012/13
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Fire and Rescue Service Annual Assurance Statement 2012/13



Undercliff Drive - Main Report (Updated)
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Geological Failure Report Undercliff Drive: Seven Sisters Road, St Lawrence to St Catherine's Road, Niton



Undercliff Drive - Woodlands
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Geological Failure Report Red Zone 9: Woodlands, Undercliff Drive



Undercliff Drive - Caravan Park
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Geological Failure Report Red Zone 10: Caravan Park, Undercliff Drive



Local Government Ombudsman Further Report 12 001 189
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Investigation into a complaint against

Isle of Wight Council

(reference number: 12 001 189)

2 October 2014

 



Organisational Health Indicators
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An equality impact assessment has been undertaken alongside the compilation of a new range of organisational health indicators for consideration by Employment Committee in December 2014.



Parking Annual report 2016/17
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The aim of the annual report is to summarise the parking services currently provided to residents and motorists.  This report outlines the changes that have taken place from 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017 and also sets out what we intend to achieve in the future.



Early Help Annual Report 2014-2015
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This report is a summary of the activity of the Early Help Assessment on the Isle of Wight and its impact for the period 1 April 2014 to 31st March 2015.



Community Safety Partnership meeting minutes october 2016
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Minutes of the Community Safety Partnership meeting held on october 12th 2016



Isle Help CIC Annual Strategic Partnership Report
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This annual report relates to year two of the strategic partnership between the council and Isle Help CIC in terms of collective arrangements to continue public access to effective advice, information and guidance that will help people to better respond to debt, housing, health, welfare, employment, consumer rights and other issues.



Performance & Risk Management Framework
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This document sets out the council's approach to performance and risk management and provides advice and guidance on how to conduct related activities that ensures that they are embedded into operational delivery plans.



Talented Athlete Application
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Please read the criteria carefully before applying. This form is to be completed and emailed to sports.unit@iow.gov.uk with your accompanying evidence. It is you (the athletes) responsibility to include all the information relevant to your application and evidence to prove your claim meets the minimum criteria. Applications that are incomplete or do not include evidence will be rejected.



Children's Services Complaints Annual Report 2016-17
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The Annual Report is a public document, providing a mechanism by which the Children’s Services Department (the department) can be kept informed about the operation and effectiveness of its complaints procedure and support learning from complaints. This document covers the reporting period 1 April 2016 to 31 March 2017.



Virtual School e-PEP Reception
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The Personal Education Plan for Looked After Children in Reception class.



Virtual School e-PEP for pupils in KS1 and KS2
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A Personal Education Plan for Looked After Children in primary school years 1-6.



Virtual School e-PEP for students at secondary schools
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A Personal Education Plan for Looked After Children attending secondary school provision.



Virtual School e-PEP for Unaccompanied Assylum Seeking Children (UASC)
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A Personal Education Plan for Looked After Children who are Unaccompanied Assylum Seeking Children



Virtual School e-PEP pre-school
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The Hampshire and IOW Virtual School e-PEP for children 0-4 years old attending pre-school provision



EHCP e-PEP guidance
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Guidance for the completion of the e-PEP for children with an EHCP



KS1 & KS2 e-PEP guidance
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Guidance for the completion of the e-PEP for LAC in KS1 or KS2



e-PEP guidance for LAC in Reception
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Guidance for the completion of the e-PEP for LAC in Reception.



e-PEP guidance for LAC in secondary education
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Guidance for the completion of the e-PEP for LAC in mainstream secondary education



e-PEP guidance for Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Chidlren
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Guidance for the completion of the e-PEP for Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking Children (UASC)



Solent Armed Forces Covenant Needs Assessment
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In 2017 Portsmouth, Southampton, Gosport and Isle of Wight councils came together to adopt a partnership approach to delivering the covenant within the Solent region of the wider County of Hampshire. Entitled Strengthening Local Covenant delivery, the aim of this partnership is to:

Raise awareness among serving personnel, reservists and veterans of the support they can expect from local authorities;

Provide a broader understanding of the needs of the local veteran population as well as serving personnel during transition to civilian life;Evaluate the impact of these initiatives.

The Solent Armed Forces Covenant Partnership Board representing Portsmouth, Southampton and Gosport, and the Isle of Wight Civil Military Partnership Boards, refreshed in 2017, provides strategic governance for local delivery of the Covenant.
We estimate that 76,207 adults and children are part of the Solent Armed Forces community. The Solent Armed Forces Covenant Partnership have worked together to understand the needs of this community in the form of the Solent Armed Forces Needs Assessment



Virtual School NEET PEP (social Workers)
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The Virtual School PEP for LAC that are NEET (Not in Education, Employment or Training).