Looked After (In Care) Students

Go to Students > Demographics > Looked After (In Care) Students. 

  • The Statuses section will show you a list of In Care students. 
  • The Summary section will allow you to see a list of the Looked After (In Care) Students categorised according to their Looked After (In Care) statuses

You can see how to add Looked after statuses here: Adding a Looked After (In Care) or Post Looked After status

Statuses

This table lists all students who have an active Looked After (In Care) status. Any students who are Looked After will have 'Yes' in the In Care column, whereas students who are Post Looked After will have 'No'.

In this list you can see the students' names, year groups, registration form, house, Looked After (In Care) Status and the start dates.

If you click on a student's name you will be taken to that particular student's profile on the looked After (In Care) section.

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If you click on the Green filters you can narrow down your search accordingly (as shown on the screenshot below). You can filter the students by their start and end dates, by Reg. forms, year groups and houses, and also by their In Care status.

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Summary

You can see a list of the Looked After (In Care) Students categorised according to their Looked After (In Care) statuses, as shown below.

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If you click on a particular status, such as 'Fostered' (as shown in the below screenshot), you will be given a list of the students who fall under that category. 

If you click on a student's name you will be taken to that particular student's profile on the Looked After (In Care) section.

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You can also see a report of all pupils who have an active Looked After (In Care) status set on their Student Profile. Please note that this report will not contain students who have Post Looked After statuses.

Go to Students > Demographics > Derived Indicators and select Looked After (In Care).

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You can see a list of students, including their name, year groups, registration form and the dates the start and stop being this demographic.

You can download the table, or click on a student to see more details, or jump to their profile.

Using the filters you can also choose to chow the inverse of the demographic - in this example it would show you everyone who is not in care.

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Why are some Looked After (In Care) students not showing?

If the student is down as:

  • Adopted from Care 
  • Left Care through Child Arrangement Order (CAO)
  • Left Care through Residence Order (RO)
  • Left Care through Special Guardianship Order (SGO)

They are classed as 'Post looked after' as they are currently not in care. This means they will not have a current Looked After In Care status. Looked After (In Care) will be 'No'. The profile could look something like this:

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The second reason they may not show is if they have an end date on their Looked After (In Care) status.

  • If they have been shown as not having a status and Looked After (In Care) still says 'No', it may be that an end date has been added and has already passed.
  • If you are trying to add an historic Looked After In Care status, you will need to set a post looked after status instead.

You can see how to add Looked after statuses here: Adding a Looked After (In Care) or Post Looked After status

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