Find reports summarising the performance of North Lincolnshire Council and its partners to improve the lives of the North Lincolnshire residents.
Information and performance
The Annual report provides an overview of North Lincolnshire Council’s achievements over the previous 12 months along with a summary of its financial performance.
Annual Report 2016-17 [PDF, 6Mb]
Annual Report 2015-16 [PDF, 585Kb]
Annual Report 2014-15 [PDF, 3Mb]
Annual Report 2013-14 [PDF, 4Mb]
Annual Report 2012-13 [PDF, 1Mb]
North Lincolnshire Council is immensely proud of the contribution that early years settings, schools, colleges and additional providers make to the lives of our children and young people. The shared ambition of leaders, governors, staff and families to help all children achieve great outcomes is inspirational. This is why education standards and performance continues from strength-to-strength in North Lincolnshire. The Council also recognises that the education community of North Lincolnshire contributes significantly to all three of the Council’s priorities: growing the economy; keeping people safe and well; enabling communities to flourish.
The Annual Education report provides a position statement for education in North Lincolnshire and an opportunity to celebrate our shared successes.
Annual Education Report 2018-19 [PDF, 3.5Mb]
Annual Education Report 2017-18 [PDF, 4Mb]
Annual Education Report 2016-17 [PDF, 768Kb]
Annual Education Report 2015-16 [PDF, 512Kb]
Annual Education Report 2014-15 [PDF, 498Kb]
The Adult Social Care Annual Review is a document that is written every year to help people understand more about the services the council provides to adults living in North Lincolnshire.
The document talks about how services make a difference to people’s lives and how we support in ways that enable people to have choice and control in the way they want to live their lives.
The report details how we are performing, the challenges we have faced, the changes we have made and our priorities for the coming year.
The North Lincolnshire Youth Justice Plan details our commitment to supporting children to live safe, successful lives and to reduce their involvement in the criminal justice system. It sets out the priorities for the North Lincolnshire Youth Justice Partnership, how partners will work together to build on the strong picture in North Lincolnshire and plans for further developing youth offending services.
This plan also provides a review of the progress and successes achieved over the last two years and looks forward to how, with partners, the team will continue to deliver improved outcomes for some of our more vulnerable young people steering them from offending behaviour into positive and constructive activities so that they can contribute to the communities they live in, have high aspirations and achieve their potential. The progress the Youth Justice Partnership has made was reflected in the positive outcome of the Short Quality Screening inspection of the service by HMIP inspectors.
The North Lincolnshire Youth Justice Partnership continues to provide services that make a difference for young people, their families and the community as a whole. There is a continued focus on prevention from offending and working with children and their families to help them address the issues that lead to children and young people becoming involved with criminal and anti-social behaviour. Services have developed a restorative approach and ensure that the voice and needs of victims of crime are considered in all aspects of their work.
The SEND annual report provides an opportunity to summarise the work we have undertaken in 2017/18 to implement our SEND Inclusion Plan and it is also an opportunity to celebrate our shared successes.
Our SEND Inclusion Plan was co-produced with North Lincolnshire Council, North Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the Parents’ Involvement and Participation (PIP) Forum. All partners have a very important role to play in improving the outcomes for children and young people with SEND. As partners working together we set ourselves very high aspirations and expectations so that equity of opportunity and excellence in achievement do become the norm for all.
SEND Annual Report 2018-19 [PDF,2Mb]
SEND Annual Report 2017-18 [PDF, 3Mb]
SEND-Annual-report-2016-17 [PDF, 1Mb]
SEND Annual Report 2015-16 [PDF, 920Kb]
We also provide detailed information on how North Lincolnshire Council has consulted and sought view of its stakeholders, especially parents and carers and children and young people with regards to the Local Offer. It also provides information on how the Local Offer has evolved and been shaped by the findings of feedback provided.
You-Said-We-Did-2017-2018 [PDF, 6Mb]
You-Said-We-Did-2016-2017 [PDF, 2Mb]
You-Said-We-Did-2015-2016 [PDF, 3Mb]
You-Said-We-Did-2014-2015 [PDF, 1Mb]
Public health is about helping people to stay healthy and avoid getting ill. Responsibility for many public health functions has now passed to North Lincolnshire Council. The council now has a new statutory duty to take steps to improve the health and wellbeing of residents in North Lincolnshire. All Directors of Public Health are required to produce an annual public health report which summarises the current health of the local community. These reports provide a valuable source of information about health needs over time. They highlight where progress has been made over the previous 12 months as well as any local issues which need to be addressed.
Annual Public Health Report 2018 [PDF, 10Mb]
Annual Public Health Report 2014 [PDF, 8Mb]
The Annual Skills and Employability Report [PDF, 2Mb] provides an update of activity against the priorities within the Skills and Employability Plan (SEP). The SEP articulates the high level ambitions set out within the Council Plan which we need to achieve in order to drive forward skills and employment in our area in order to achieve a more highly skilled workforce, higher paid jobs and full employment.
The SEP forms part of the wider bookcase of plans which together contribute to the council’s Prosperity Strategy, and also strongly supports Government objectives around growing the apprenticeship offer, technical education and higher level and specialised skills.
Our three priorities within the SEP are:
- Enabling business capacity and growth,
- Enabling progression and
- Facilitating Area-wide Capacity
The actions within the SEP are designed to put North Lincolnshire in a strong position to respond to national and regional policies to increase productivity, grow the economy and support businesses.