is this child part of the family?

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    Anonymous
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    I could do with some help with this query. Wee have a claimant who has taken in a friend of her daughter’s. The girl was 15 when she moved in, in March and has just turned 16. It appears that this girl has left home; all the claimant has told us is that “she refuses to go home”. The claimant does not get Child Benefit or child tax credits for this girl. I assume her mother does. We have been told that this child is not at school but is being home schooled as she has “emotional problems”. The claimant has not been very forth coming with information.
    Would we assume that this child is not part of the claimant’s household? We have no idea how long she will be there. If you would include her, then what do we do with a home schooled child? Would we need to check that this is with the approval of the education authority? If she is not studying for GCSEs etc, can we still count her as being in full time education?

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    John Boxall
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    See

    http://www.privatefostering.org.uk/

    Have they registerd this arrangement? While it is not required now the girl is 16, they were required to do so when she was under 15.

    Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure nineteen nineteen and six, result happiness. Annual income twenty pounds, annual expenditure twenty pounds ought and six, result misery. The blossom is blighted, the leaf is withered, the god of day goes down upon the dreary scene, and—and in short you are for ever floored.

    Wilkins Micawber, Ch12 David Copperfield

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    Anonymous
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    Have no idea, the claimant hasnt given us many details, we need to ask for more information, so now I know we can ask about fostering. Thanks

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