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Liquidlogic Client Caseload Information System (CCIS)


The Liquidlogic Early Years & Education System (EYES) sits within the same product family as the Liquidlogic Early Help Module (EHM) and Children’s Social Care System (LCS). With the same modern interface, this platform provides a unique integrated solution for councils looking to consolidate social care, early years, education management and youth.

 The Liquidlogic CCIS can work as a standalone product, integrated with LCS/EHM or as an integral part of the entire children’s platform including EYES. The Liquidlogic CCIS meets the statutory requirements for the Department for Education’s (DfE’s) monthly National Client Caseload Information System (NCCIS) return and annual activity survey. Bristol and Hartlepool Councils are successfully submitting MI returns to NCCIS. Liquidlogic validates data at the point of entry, minimising the need for data checking and error correction before the return is submitted. The Liquidlogic MI system does not require a separate programme, all information is taken from the main application.

RPA and September Guarantee

The Liquidlogic CCIS is fully compliant with requirements relating to raising of the participation age (RPA) and the September Guarantee. The solution also provides a range of flags and alerts enabling services to identify young people who do not meet the RPA requirements and those that are eligible for the September Guarantee.

Intended Destinations and the Annual Activity Survey

One of the largest single tasks for councils is tracking year 11 leavers. Liquidlogic provides local authorities with a number of tools to simplify this process. Functionality includes the ability to bulk update records, either directly through the CCIS module or via the Liquidlogic Portal – this can also be used to upload the intended destinations collected by schools for young people in year 11.

Councils already using the Liquidlogic Children’s Social Care System (LCS) and Early Help Module (EHM) are able to view where a child is flagged as a Child in Need (CiN), Child Protection (CP) or Child Looked After (CLA) to help identify young people at a greater risk of becoming NEET, enabling services to better prioritise and support them.

 An additional benefit for existing users of the LCS and EHM is the supplementary information which is available to help in finding the “not known” young people, who may be known to other services such as social care or early help.


The Liquidlogic CCIS works seamlessly with the Liquidlogic Establishment Portal and facilitates a data file import. The portal supports a secure file upload of data, saving time with intended destinations and post-16 destination records for the Activity Survey.


 For further details about the Liquidlogic Client Caseload Information System (CCIS), please e mail or contact your Liquidlogic Account Manager.


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