Searching found 9 results

Age category:
16-24
Age category: 16-24
Primary school
Age category: Primary school

Soc&Env: Education and training: Local inequalities data by gender

There is a fairly significant gap between educational attainment between girls and boys at age five in Hackney in 2014/15, and this is again seen at GCSE level. By adulthood, there is no difference between the proportion of women and men who have a higher education qualification in Hackney (see Figure 2). Figure 2: Educational …

CYP: Local data on common long-term conditions in CYP

National estimates suggest that there are around 11,000 disabled children in Hackney and almost 150 in the City of London (Table 3). An estimated 32 boys and 16 girls aged 0-19 have a severe disability in Hackney. Estimates of the prevalence of severe disability are not available for the City due to the small numbers …

CYP: Local data on Reproductive health

The two most commonly prescribed types of contraception in sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services in under-25s in Hackney are oral contraception (2,490 prescriptions in 2014) and male condoms (1,695 distributed) – see Figure 5. The most common form of long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) prescribed was the implant, making up almost three-quarters (72%) of all …

CYP: Local data on Oral health

Data from 2012/13 to 2014/15 identified that, on average, 42% of children and young people in Hackney (aged under 18) had visited their dentist over this period. In the City of London, the number of dental visits was greater than the number of resident children and young people. Ten per cent of all under-18s in …

CYP: Local data on Obesity

The most reliable source of data on child obesity is the National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP), participation in which is compulsory in state-maintained schools. The NCMP measures children at age 4-5 (Reception Year) and age 10-11 (Year 6).  For more detail, see Section 3.7. Due to there being only one state-maintained primary school in the …

CYP: Local data on communicable diseases in CYP

Vaccine-preventable diseases The ‘5 in 1’ vaccination is for diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis, polio and haemophilus (DTaP/IPV/Hib) and children should have received three doses by their first birthday. This is achieved in 86% of Hackney and City of London children (2014/15). However, a number of children receive the vaccinations behind schedule; the coverage of all three …

CYP: Causes and risk factors of communicable disease in CYP

Communicable diseases are caused by infections that can be transmitted from person to person. Examples include measles, meningitis, influenza (‘flu’) and tuberculosis, as well as sexually transmitted infections (such as chlamydia) and HIV. For many communicable diseases, particularly those for which the consequences of infection can be serious, there is a programme of immunisation in …