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Digital copy of Pages 4 to 7 of a Report on residents at Les Chenes Residential School by a member of Les Chenes Residential School staff. [Some details redacted]. Taken from Witness 387's Children's Services Client File. For Witness 387's witness statement to the States of Jersey Police, see C/D/AW1/B1/2/2/40/WS000366.
February 4th 1988 - February 4th 1988
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Provides information relating to Witness 387, mentioning his date of birth, date of his admission to Les Chenes Residential School, and the date of his discharge from Les Chenes Residential School. Refers to Witness 387 as a member of a family known to the Children's Department for many years, noting the admission of all the children to residential care due to [an individual's] confinements and illnesses. Notes Witness 387's difficulties in adapting to secondary school, and his involvement in offending behaviour. Refers to Witness 387's placement at Les Chenes following a breach of his Probation. Refers to Witness 387's education at Highlands College, and his subsequent placement on the reclamation site. Reports on Witness 387's progress at work, and behaviour in the community, despite problems at the family home. Provides details concerning the number of children resident at Les Chenes, including residents originally from Guernsey. Provides a summary of the first ten years since children were first admitted to Les Chenes. Refers to a total of 79 children admitted to the Les Chenes, and provides details of events since the children were discharged. Refers to the educational development of children at Les Chenes, their behaviour and skills. Refers to the Merit Award System, and the rewarding of positive attitudes, behaviours, and work. Refers to projects and domestic duties undertaken by residents at Les Chenes.
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