Put looked-after children in boarding schools, minister urges

By Martin Ford | 13 June 2018

Placing looked-after children in boarding schools can reduce costs as well as improve exam results, a new report has suggested.

Research carried out by Boarding School Partnerships with Norfolk CC found that two-thirds of children were taken off the council’s risk register after spending at least three years in boarding schools.

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