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Metric types avaliable in Value for Money list

% achieving 5 or more A* to C GCSE's (incl. English & Maths) - pupils whose first language is other than English (2178) Metric type

  • Pupils whose first language is other than English, % achieving 5 or more A*to C GCSEs including English and Maths

% achieving 5 or more A* to C GCSE's (incl. English & Maths) - pupils with a statement of SEN (921) Metric type

The percentage of special educational needs pupils achieving passes at GCSE at the end of Key Stage 4 (which more accurately accounts for the numbers of pupils in Pupils Referral Units and hospital schools). For the first time in 2010 International GCSEs (iGCSE) has been included within the performance tables and this indicator. The England figure shown details the % of pupils achieving 5+ A*-C grades inc English and Maths but excluding accredited iGCSEs taken in Independent Schools.

% of children in year 6 who are obese (5172) Metric type

  • NI 056 Obesity in primary school age children in year 6

% of children who have been looked after for more than 2.5 years and of those, have been in the same placement for at least 2 years or placed for adoption (pre 2015) (875) Metric type

The percentage of children looked after aged under 16 at 31 March who had been looked after continuously for at least 2.5 years who were living in the same placement for at least 2 years, or are placed for adoption and their adoptive placement together with their previous placement together last for at least 2 years This is a new indicator with this exact definition, therefore there is no Annual Performance Assessment (APA) indicator equivalent.

% of households in fuel poverty (2131) Metric type

  • 1.17
  • 1.17 - Fuel poverty
  • Percentage of households in fuel poverty
  • PHOF 1.17

% of planning applications processed within 13 weeks or agreed time - major developments - Quarterly (156) Metric type

  • Major planning applications processed in 13 weeks - Quarterly
  • NI 157a Processing of planning applications

% of planning applications processed within 8 weeks or agreed time - minor developments - Quarterly (157) Metric type

  • Minor planning applications processed in 8 weeks - Quarterly
  • NI 157b Processing of planning applications

% of planning applications processed within 8 weeks or agreed time - other developments - Quarterly (158) Metric type

  • NI 157c Processing of planning applications
  • Other planning applications processed in 8 weeks - Quarterly

78 points achieved across Foundation Stage with at least 6 points in each scale (882) Metric type

Children who achieve a score of 78 points or more across the 13 assessment scales score an average of 6 points per scale. When a child who achieves this overall score also achieves a score of 6 or more in each of the PSE and CLL scales, that child is deemed to be reaching a good level of overall achievement. This measure is used to assess the progress made by Local Authorities in improving outcomes, a duty placed on Local Authorities by the Childcare Act of 2006.

Achievement of 5 or more A*-C grades at GCSE or equivalent, including English and Maths (3) Metric type

  • NI 75 Achievement of 5 or more A*- C grades at GCSE or equivalent including English and Maths
  • Percent of pupils achieving 5 or more A*-C grades at GCSE or equivalent, including English and Maths

Achievement of a Level 2 qualification by the age of 19 (884) Metric type

Percent of people aged 19 were qualified to at least level 2. Examples of achievements in the following qualifications are counted at level 2+: 1 Advanced Extension Award equals 5%•1 free standing maths qualification at Level 3 equals 10%•1 Key Skills pass at Level 3 equals 20%•1 short GCSE at grade A* to C equals 10%•1 full GCSE at grade A* to C equals 20%•1 Double Award GCSE (including VGCSEs) at grade A* to C equals 40%•1 part 1 intermediate GNVQ equals 40%•1 full intermediate GNVQ equals 80%•1 AS level (including VCE) at grade A to E equals 50%•1 A/A2 level (including VCE) at grade A to E equals 100%•1 Advanced GNVQ pass equals 100%•1 Advanced Pilot 6 unit GNVQ equals 100%•1 NVQ pass at Level 2 or higher equals 100%•1 ‘full’ VRQ2 pass at Level 2 or higher equals 100%•1 International Baccalaureate pass equals 100%•1 Apprenticeship pass equals 100%

Achievement of a level 2 qualification, pupils eligible for free school meals (2186) Metric type

  • Proportion of 19 year olds in a local authority that reach the level 2 threshold - eligible for free school meals

Achievement of a Level 3 qualification by the age of 19 (885) Metric type

Percent of people aged 19 were qualified to at least level 3. Examples of achievements in the following qualifications are counted at level 3:•1 Advanced Extension Award equals 5%•1 Free Standing Maths Qualification at Level 3 equals 10%•1 Key Skills pass at Level 3 equals 15%•1 AS level (including VCE) at grade A to E equals 25%•1 A/A2 level (including VCE) at grade A to E equals 50%•1 Advanced Pilot 6 unit GNVQ equals 50%•1 Advanced GNVQ pass equals 100%•1 NVQ pass at Level 3 or higher equals 100%•1 ‘full’ VRQ2 pass at Level 3 or higher equals 100%•1 International Baccalaureate pass equals 100%•1 Advanced Apprenticeship pass equals 100%

Adult prevalence of excess weight (3356) Metric type

  • PHOF 2.12
  • PHOF 2.12 Percentage of adults classified as overweight or obese

Average excess waiting time for frequent bus services (141) Metric type

  • NI 178b Bus services running on time - frequent services (6 or more buses per hour) - excess waiting time

Charter Trustees in the authority's area - Council Taxbase (3555) Metric type

  • Local Precepting Authorities: Charter Trustees in the authority's area - Council Taxbase

The total council taxbase of all the charter trustees.

Child Protection Plans lasting 2 years or more which cease during the year (880) Metric type

This indicator tries to establish whether child protection plans have been effective and the extent to which risk is being managed appropriately. Registration should ensure that children who are likely to suffer significant harm are protected and that they and their families are receiving the services necessary to bring about the required changes in the family situation. Professionals, the child and the family should be working towards specified outcomes which should lead to the child's name being taken off the Register within two years.Please note that some of this data is heavily caveated - please see the original publication at the link below.

Children looked after rate, per 10,000 children aged under 18 (891) Metric type

Number of children looked after on 31 March expressed as a rate per 10,000 children aged under 18.

Children who became the subject of a plan for a second or subsequent time (%) (100) Metric type

  • NI 65 Percentage of children becoming the subject of Child Protection Plan for a second or subsequent time

Chlamydia detection rate among males ages 15 to 24 per 100,000 population (8164) Metric type

  • 3.02
  • 3.02 - Chlamydia detection rate (15-24 year olds)
  • PHOF 3.02

Chlamydia detection rate at ages 15 to 24 per 100,000 population (8163) Metric type

  • 3.02
  • 3.02 - Chlamydia detection rate (15-24 year olds)
  • PHOF 3.02

Conception rate per 1,000 women at ages under 16 (8214) Metric type

  • 2.04
  • 2.04 - Under 18 conceptions: conceptions in those aged under 16
  • PHOF 2.04

Conception rate per 1,000 women at ages under 18 (688) Metric type

  • 2.04
  • 2.04 - Under 18 conceptions
  • NI 112 Under 18 conception rate
  • PHOF 2.04
  • Teenage pregnancy

This is the rate of under-18 conceptions per 1,000 girls aged 15-17 years resident in the area for the calendar year. The rate includes all conceptions under 18 but uses the ONS mid-year population estimates for females aged 15-17 as a denominator to calculate the rate (as 95% of under 18 conceptions occur within this age group). Conception rate: This is defined as the number of conceptions under 18 per 1000 females aged 15-17.

Emotional and behavioural health of looked after children - average score (2135) Metric type

  • 2.08i
  • 2.08i - Average difficulties score for all looked after children aged 5-16 who have been in care for at least 12 months on 31st March
  • Emotional and behavioural health of looked after children - Average score for children looked after at 31 March 2012 for whom a Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) was completed.
  • PHOF 2.08i

First time entrants to the Youth Justice System aged 10 - 17 (123) Metric type

  • 1.04
  • 1.04 - First time entrants to the youth justice system
  • NI 111 First time entrants to the criminal justice system aged 10-17
  • PHOF 1.04