Benchmarking Data Updated with new DfE Publication

22/11/2021

Explore the data for your borough here

Three things to note:

  1. The rate of LAC at the 31st of March 2021 in London was down 4% on the same time last year.
  2. The rate of LAC starting in the year from April 2020 – March 2021 was down from the previous year.
  3. The percentage of Children who were UASC across London has reduced from 18%-14% across London year on year.

LIIA are currently preparing a London overview and commentary due for circulating in December, along with the Sub-Regional segmented reports. 

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