Official Statistics

Parental responsibility measures: 2015 to 2016 academic year

National and local authority data on penalty notices, cases entering fast-track case management, parenting orders and parenting contracts

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Information on parental responsibility measures for attendance used by schools and local authorities to improve poor attendance in schools.

It includes data on:

  • penalty notices issued 
  • penalty notices paid and withdrawn 
  • prosecutions following non-payment of a penalty notice 
  • cases entering the fast-track case management system (a process setting out actions and time frame for improving a child’s attendance) 
  • parenting orders and parenting contracts

The information is based on local authority data collected through the parental responsibility measures attendance census.