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33 34 / APPROACHES TO NEEDS ASSESSMENT IN CHILDREN’S SERVICES Childhood disadvantage Poverty Unquestionably the major form of disadvantage that has blighted the lives of successive generations of children is poverty. The economic position of children is inextricably linked to the financial situation of their parents or guardians. 6 per cent in 1979 (Department of Social Security 1997; 1998a; 1999a; 2001; Gregg, Harkness and Machin 1999). Certain groups of children are particularly likely to experience poverty.
Moreover, children from social classes IV and V are twice as likely to be the victims of accidents (which are responsible for 50% of all deaths amongst one to nineteen-year-olds) than those in Social Classes I to III. As Erskine (1996) has noted, the lack of safe play spaces for working class children makes this group particularly vulnerable to road traffic 36 / APPROACHES TO NEEDS ASSESSMENT IN CHILDREN’S SERVICES fatalities. Class factors are also a significant explanatory variable in relation to the disproportionately high death rate of poorer children from fire within the home.
Given that social class disparities in educational development emerge so rapidly, New Labour is determined to provide enhanced educational opportunities for disadvantaged families at the earliest possible stage. To this end a guaranteed free nursery education place for every four-year-old has been introduced. Moreover all schools will be expected to ensure that large proportions of their pupils have attained national standards in numeracy and literacy by the age of eleven. The introduction of a literacy hour and a daily mathematics lesson in primary schools from 1999 is intended to ensure that there is a realistic chance of meeting these targets.