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Soc&Env: Education and training: Comparisons of NEET with other areas and over time

In 2015, the percentage of 16-18 year old Hackney residents who were identified as NEET was 2.5%, this was lower than both London (3.1%) and England (4.2%) averages. Compared to its statistical neighbours, Hackney sits roughly in the middle, with Lambeth at one end and Camden at the other (Figure 19). Apart from a ‘spike’ …

Soc&Env: Education and training: Comparisons of EYFSP with other areas and over time

In 2014/15, 68% of Hackney pupils achieved a good level of development, which was the same as the London average. Figure 11 shows that Hackney performs better than four out of seven of its statistical peers. Figure 11: Percentage of pupils achieving a good level of development EYFSP (2014/15)   Source: Department for Education Since …

Soc&Env: Education and training: Local inequalities data for free school meals (FSM) and disadvantaged pupils

This subsection describes socio-economic inequalities in educational attainment, including those pupils who are eligible for free school meals (a key indicator of socio-economic disadvantage), as well as those classified as ‘disadvantaged’ by the DfE. Instead of using free school meals (FSM) alone as an indicator, DfE classifies pupils as ‘disadvantaged’ if they have been eligible …

Soc&Env: Education and training: Local data for Hackney

Table 1 shows that almost 50,000 pupils are attending registered schools in Hackney, with a significant proportion attending independent schools. See Box 2 for descriptions of the different types of schools in England. Table 1: Types of schools in Hackney and pupil numbers (2016) Type of provision Pupil numbers Maintained nursery 195 Maintained primary 19,429 …

Soc&Env: Living standards: Local inequalities data by age

Table 2 shows the Income Deprivation Affecting Children Index (IDACI) and Income Deprivation Affecting Older People Index (IDAOPI) for Hackney and the City, again revealing much lower levels of relative deprivation on average in the City of London. The IDACI scores indicate that one third (32%) of children in Hackney and 10% of children in …

Soc&Env: Local inequalities data on parks and open spaces

A 2015 survey found that, overall, women in Hackney tend to use parks and green spaces more regularly than men for a number of social activities as well as exercising.  More women (45%) than men (29%) said they used parks for attending events.  Over a third of women (34%) reported taking exercise or a personal …

Soc&Env: Local inequalities data on cultural facilities

Libraries in Hackney are used by people from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds, closely matching the borough deprivation profile.  As such, they are a potentially valuable setting for targeted interventions to reduce health inequalities. A larger number of women than men are active library users (information on gender was not provided by 4% of …

Soc&Env: Transport and travel: Local inequalities data by age

Figure 2, Figure 3 and Figure 4 show London level data on mode of travel by age band, presenting data separately for bus and underground, car drivers and passengers, and frequent cycling and walking.  The figures also compare the percentage of each band using each transport mode with the percentage of that age band in …