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Warwickshire - Children and Young People - JSNA - Newbold and Brownsover

Newbold and Brownsover
Improving the level of education and skills present within a local population remains an important policy objective for both local and central government. The task of implementing initiatives to improve life-long learning and enhance individual development (and employability) represents a significant and essential challenge for local authorities.
Children and young people at a glance...
24%
Percentage of the
population aged
0-17
(2018)
12%
Percentage of children
living in low income
families
(2016)
20%
People with no qualifications
as a % of working age
people
(2011)
Schoolchildren and students
#color:0xCCCCCC England  Schoolchildren and full-time students: Age 18 and over: 5.5 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Schoolchildren and full-time students: Age 16 to 17: 2.7 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Schoolchildren and full-time students: Age 18 and over: 4.2 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Schoolchildren and full-time students: Age 16 to 17: 2.7 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Schoolchildren and full-time students: Age 18 and over: 3 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Schoolchildren and full-time students: Age 16 to 17: 2.7 Schoolchildren and students in Newbold and Brownsover for 2011
Newbold and BrownsoverWarwickshireEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Schoolchildren and full-time students: Age 16 to 175312.711,9952.71,163,1482.7
Schoolchildren and full-time students: Age 18 and over575318,6184.22,348,1975.5
Highest level qualification attained
#color:0xCCCCCC England  No qualifications: 22.5 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Other qualifications: 5.7 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Apprenticeship: 3.6 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Level 4 qualifications and above: 27.4 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Level 3 qualifications: 12.4 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Level 2 qualifications: 15.2 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Level 1 qualifications: 13.3 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  No qualifications: 21.6 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Other qualifications: 4.9 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Apprenticeship: 4.1 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Level 4 qualifications and above: 28.8 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Level 3 qualifications: 12.4 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Level 2 qualifications: 15.2 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Level 1 qualifications: 12.9 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  No qualifications: 20.1 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Other qualifications: 8.4 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Apprenticeship: 3.8 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Level 4 qualifications and above: 24.9 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Level 3 qualifications: 11.4 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Level 2 qualifications: 16.5 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Level 1 qualifications: 14.8 Highest level qualification achieved for Newbold and Brownsover for 2011
Newbold and BrownsoverWarwickshireEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Level 1 qualifications2,88014.857,84612.95,714,44113.3
Level 2 qualifications3,20316.568,15415.26,544,61415.2
Level 3 qualifications2,21711.455,39812.45,309,63112.4
Level 4 qualifications and above4,82724.9128,86428.811,769,36127.4
Apprenticeship7353.818,5434.11,532,9343.6
Other qualifications1,6318.421,8194.92,461,8295.7
No qualifications3,90520.196,45121.69,656,81022.5
Qualifications:
  • Level 1: 1-4 O Levels/CSE/GCSEs (any grades), NVQ Level 1
  • Level 2: 5+ O Level (Passes)/CSEs (Grade 1)/GCSEs (Grades A*-C), 1 A Level/ 2-3 AS Levels/VCEs,NVQ level 2
  • Level 3: 2+ A Levels/VCEs, 4+ AS Levels, NVQ Level 3;
  • Level 4 and above: Degree (for example BA, BSc), Higher Degree (for example MA, PhD, PGCE), NVQ Level 4-5, HNC, HND
  • Other qualifications: Vocational/Work-related Qualifications, Foreign Qualifications (not stated/level unknown).
Children in low income families
#color:0xCCCCCC England  Children living in families with 4+ children: 3.6 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Children living in families with 3 children: 4.1 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Children living in families with 2 children: 5.5 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Children living in single child families: 3.8 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Children living in lone parent families: 11.1 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Children living in two-parent families: 5.9 #color:0xCCCCCC England  All children: 17 #color:0xCCCCCC England  Children under 16: 17 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Children living in families with 4+ children: 2.1 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Children living in families with 3 children: 2.9 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Children living in families with 2 children: 4 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Children living in single child families: 2.7 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Children living in lone parent families: 8.2 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Children living in two-parent families: 3.4 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  All children: 11.7 #color:0x666666 Warwickshire  Children under 16: 11.9 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Children living in families with 4+ children: 2.3 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Children living in families with 3 children: 2.7 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Children living in families with 2 children: 3.8 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Children living in single child families: 3.2 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Children living in lone parent families: 8.7 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Children living in two-parent families: 2.9 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  All children: 11.5 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Children under 16: 11.6 Percentage of children in low income families for Newbold and Brownsover for 2016
Newbold and BrownsoverWarwickshireEngland
Count%Count%Count%
Children under 16 living in low income families62511.611,42511.91,707,83517
Children living in low income families70511.513,07011.71,974,03517
Children in two-parent families living in low income families1752.93,8603.4680,3155.9
Children of lone parents living in low income families5358.79,2108.21,293,72011.1
Children living in single child low income families1953.23,0152.7439,9453.8
Children living in low income families with 2 children2303.84,4704635,9855.5
Children living in low income families with 3 children1652.73,2452.9478,3304.1
Children living in low income families with 4 or more children1402.32,3452.1419,7703.6
This is the number of children living in families in receipt of Child Tax Credit whose reported income is less than 60% of the median income, or in receipt of either Income Support or Income-Based Jobseekers Allowance as a percentage of the number of children in families receiving Child Benefit. These statistics are based on a snapshot of several data sources on a specified day (usually 31st August). The data used comes from administrative databases on benefits and tax credits held by the Department of Work and Pensions and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. The statistics are based on the finalised awards tax credits data – that is, they are based on a finalised view of family incomes and circumstances - and as such are derived from a full set of administrative records rather than a sample.
Children in Out of Work Benefit Claimant households in Newbold and Brownsover
#color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Aged 16-18: 75 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Aged 11-15: 175 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Aged 5-10: 290 #color:0x477CBF Newbold and Brownsover  Aged 0-4: 310 Number of children in Out of Work Benefit Claimant households for Newbold and Brownsover for 2017
Newbold and Brownsover
Children aged 0-4310
Children aged 5-10290
Children aged 11-15175
Children aged 16-1875
These are households where at least one parent or guardian claimed one or more of the following out-of-work benefits: Jobseeker’s Allowance, Income Support, Employment and Support Allowance, Incapacity Benefit/Severe Disablement Allowance, Pension Credit or Universal Credit at 31 May of the relevant year. A claimant may be in receipt of a combination of any of these benefits.
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