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The data and indicators on this page are no longer being updated. More recent data is available in the child and maternal health section on PHE’s Fingertips tool.

A detailed understanding of the local population is vital to assessing needs. Current and projected population figures offer an indication of current and future need and demand. They also provide a context for analysing and projecting other data.

The following data describe the child population.

Age, sex and ethnicity

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Births

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Deaths and stillbirths

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Children and young people with specific needs

  • Information about households considered homeless which contain one or more children or pregnant women can be found in Data Atlas. You can choose to view the information as a map to easily compare your area to the surrounding areas and all other areas in the country.
    atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/dataviews/view?viewId=113

  • Children who are from Gypsy Traveller families may have specific educational and social needs relating to their interrupted learning. Gypsy Traveller pupils are more likely to be identified as having special educational needs (SEN). Gypsy Travellers have significantly poorer health than other UK-resident English-speaking ethnic minorities and economically disadvantaged white UK residents. They also have one of the highest maternal death rates in the UK.
    Statistics on the numbers of children and young people who are registered at a school in the area and whose ethnic group is Gypsy / Roma are available on Data Atlas. You can choose to view the information as a map to easily compare your area to the surrounding areas and all other areas of the country.
    atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/dataviews/view?viewId=247

  • Statistics on children who are receiving support through School Action or School Action Plus or who have a statement of special educational need are available on Data Atlas. These statistics also show type of need, including physical and learning disabilities and behavioural and emotional difficulties. You can choose to view the information as a map to easily compare your area to the surrounding areas and all other areas of the country. Click on the 'Data' button to see the full list of available indicators.
    atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/dataviews/view?viewId=315

  • Children with long-term disability are a diverse group. Some have highly complex needs requiring multi-agency support across health, social services and education – the most extreme example perhaps being those who are technology-dependent. Other children will require substantially less support, although nevertheless have a long-term disability. The needs assessment report for children with disabilities provides more information, including population-based estimates of numbers of children in your area with certain conditions. You will need to select your local area using the drop-down box at the top of the page.
    atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/profiles/profile?profileId=46&geoTypeId=

  • A child in need is one who has been referred to children's social care services, and who has been assessed, usually through an initial assessment, to be in need of social care services. Statistics on children in need.
    atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/dataviews/view?viewId=283

  • A report on teenage pregnancy is available through Data Atlas. You will need to select your local area using the drop-down box at the top of the page. The report examines risk factors and outcomes relating to teenage pregnancy.
    atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/profiles/profile?profileId=40&geoTypeId=4

  • The number of teenage conceptions, including those ending in abortion, can be found in Data Atlas. You can choose to view the information as a map to easily compare your area to the surrounding areas and all other areas in the country.
    Teenage conceptions: atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/dataviews/view?viewId=96
    Teenage conceptions ending in abortion: atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/dataviews/view?viewId=114

  • Statistics on teenage mothers are available through Data Atlas.
    atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/dataviews/view?viewId=129

  • Statistics on young people who are not in employment, education or training are available through Data Atlas. You can choose to view the information as a map to easily compare your area to the surrounding areas and all other areas in the country.
    atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/dataviews/view?viewId=112

  • The youth justice needs assessment provides information on young people who are committing crimes in your area and looks at the prevalence of specific health and social needs in the general population, which are known to be particularly severe in children and young people in or close to the youth justice system. You will need to select your area using the drop-down box at the top of the page.
    atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/profiles/profile?profileId=28&geoTypeId=4

  • Data on young people receiving their first reprimand, warning or conviction is available through Data Atlas, as well as information on reoffenders.
    atlas.chimat.org.uk/IAS/bytheme?themeId=331

 

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