Norfolk Insight header

Text Size: Text size smaller Text size larger

Children and Young People overview
  • Children and Young People Jumping image

Norfolk’s Children’s Services – Age & Stage Commissioning

Introduction

Age and Stage profiles for children and young people aged 0-19 have been developed and published as the Children and Young People’s JSNA Report for Norfolk. The role of the JSNA is to set out a picture of health and wellbeing needs for the county, providing an up to date evidence base on which to base future service development and commissioning. The reports were commissioned by Norfolk Children Services Commissioners, but aim to provide a consistent evidence base for all partners and interested parties working in Norfolk.

0-19 District profiles - 2015

These district profiles provide an overview of issues which affect children and young people aged 0-19. Each profile is divided into five domains of economic needs, community, family, education and learning, and health and wellbeing, that together affect the development of children and their outcomes. Within each domain, we have included information on core issues and summarised main messages.

Understanding children and young people’s needs (0-10) - 2013

This document provides a profile of children aged 0 to 10, living in Norfolk, which addresses issues that impact on them in relation to their family life, school life and influences within the communities in which they live. As such, the profile is divided into five domains of education, family, health, economic and community that together affect the development and outcomes for children. Within each domain, we have included information on some core issues, although it is not fully comprehensive and other information may be added in future updates of the profiles.

View profile for 0-10 year olds

Understanding children and young people’s needs (11-19) - 2013

This document provides a profile of children and young people aged 11 to 19, living in Norfolk, which addresses issues that impact on them in relation to their family life, school life and influences within the communities in which they live. As such, the profile is divided into five domains of education, family, health, economic and community that together affect the development and outcomes for children and young people. Within each domain, we have included information on some core issues, although it is not fully comprehensive and other information may be added in future updates of the profiles.

View profile for 11-19 year olds

Data

Expand topics | Collapse topics

Resources

Expand topics | Collapse topics