Adopted children perform better in school than looked-after peers

Adopted children performed better at GCSE level across all attainment measures than their looked-after peers, latest statistics published by the government show.

The DfE data reveals adopted children have an advantage over other looked-after children at GCSE

New Department for Education data was added to the outcome data for children looked after by local authorities in England, to include children who have left care through an adoption, special guardianship order (SGO) or child arrangements order (CAO).

Read the full article on this link to Children & Young People Now

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