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Digital copy of Exhibit 2: Records of the Minutes of Meetings of the Advisory Committee for Les Chênes Residential School. [Some details redacted]. Taken from the Children's Services client file of Witness 623. For Witness 623's statements to States of Jersey Police and the Inquiry see C/D/AW1/B1/5/5.
February 7th 1983 - October 31st 1984
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1. [Record of a Meeting of the Advisory Committee for Les Chênes Residential School]. Provides details of admissions to and discharges from Les Chênes, mentioning Witness 623's voluntary admission to Les Chênes as of Christmas 1982. Refers to circumstances surrounding Witness 623's admission to Les Chênes mentioning mother's inability to cope, and incidents of malicious damage and minor assault at Les Quennevais School. Notes CSE [Certificate of Secondary Education] examinations taken by Witness 623 and her current employment and placement at the Girls Hostel. Minutes signed by [Senator] [Reg] Jeune. 2. [Record of a Meeting of the Advisory Committee for Les Chênes Residential School]. Refers to [admissions] and discharges of children to and from Les Chênes Residential School, mentioning Dr [J P F] Fogarty, Fit Person Orders, Royal Court, CCO [Child Care Officer] Mr [Danny] Wherry, C.S.E [Certificate of Secondary Education] examinations, Child Psychiatric Unit, Les Quennevais School, and the Children's Department. Refers to Witness 623's voluntary admission to Les Chênes due to a request from Witness 623's mother alluding to Witness 623 as being beyond her mother's control, and following incidents of malicious damage and assault at Les Quennevais School. Notes Witness 623's progess at Les Chênes leading to Witness 623's acceptances at the JAYF [Jersey Association for Youth and Friendship's] Girls' Hostel. 3. Record of a Meeting of the Advisory Committee for Les Chênes Residential School. Lists Chairman Deputy A D Le Brocq, Director of Education J S Rodhouse, a member of Les Chênes staff, and Children's Officer C A Smith as in attendance. Notes absences from three individuals including Senator R R Jeune and Reverend A Keogh. Refers to Witness 623's admission to Les Chênes dated 18 December 1982, noting her parents' divorce and current residential circumstances. Describes Witness 623 as being beyond her mother's control, mentioning abusive behaviour, promiscuous behaviour, and causing damage at home. Notes incident involving Witness 623 and others at Les Quennevais School. For a copy of Page 4 of these Records of the Minutes of Meetings of the Advisory Committee for Les Chênes Residential School with differing levels of redaction, see C/D/AW1/A3/9/5/WD004393. For a copy of Page 5 of these Records of the Minutes of Meetings of the Advisory Committee for Les Chênes Residential School, see Exhibit 3: C/D/AW1/A3/9/5/WD005067/3.
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