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Nottingham Children’s Partnership is the Childrens Trust arrangement for Nottingham City and was formally established in April 2009. This local partnership brings together a variety of agencies, working together to improve children’s lives and to deliver the best possible services for families.
To support joint planning, commissioning and delivery of services for children in Nottingham, a number of key datasets were reviewed against the Experian Mosaic dataset to develop a shared insight into family need and service demand across the city. A preview of this information was presented through the One Children’s Workforce presentations held in June 2009 and the full resource comprising Mosaic© Profiles, city and locality maps of current and future demand plus contextual ‘lifestyle’ material is now available here on NOMAD+.
Advice and guidance on interpreting the material and using it effectively is available from the Improvement & Policy Service on 0115 915 0694 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We've collated documents dealing with specific themes into factsheets. Choose a document you wish to view from the relevant drop-down list below.
Children's Social Care
Demographics & Lifestyle
Deprivation and Financial Issues
Pupil Enrolments and Transfers
Special Educational Needs
Use of Services