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  • Children and Young People who have special educational needs or disabilities

    2022 Update. An annual JSNA update detailing the current need and provision available for children and young people with special educational needs and their families.

    • 01.04.2022
  • Anti-social Behaviour in Children and Young People

    Using results taken from the Pupil Wellbeing Survey, the Anti-Social Behaviour in Children and Young People Report looks at different types of anti-social behaviour and its prevalence in Gloucestershire school pupils.

    • 01.04.2022
  • Equalities 2022

    The Population Analysis of Protected Characteristics has been updated to include the latest information available as of March 2022, and is now available to download in the Equality & Diversity section of the Inform website. It provides an overview of the population of Gloucestershire by nine protected characteristics as set out in the Equality Act 2010.

    • 02.03.2022
  • Journey Time Accessibility Matrix (JTAM) 2022

    It is essential to ensure that wherever people live in the county, they have access to public services. The rural nature of much of Gloucestershire creates problems for people wanting to use centrally base services, and for agencies providing services to people in their own homes. To help the understanding of geographical accessibility issues we have released our JTAM 2022 which gives modelled journey time details for all of Gloucestershire's postcodes.

    • 28.02.2022
  • Subnational Indicators Explorer

    Subnational statistics help us understand the unique strengths and opportunities of our local area. However, no single number can capture the complex reality we live in and experience.

    You can use this interactive tool to explore a basket of subnational indicators and find out how your local authority compares with others across the UK. 

    • 25.02.2022
  • Overseas workers

    As part of the drivers of population series of reports, an update has been provided on overseas nationals registering for a National Insurance number (NINO) to work in Gloucestershire. In 2019/20, 2,924 overseas workers registered for a NINO. In comparison, 809* overseas workers registered for a NINO in 2020/21, a 72% reduction from 2019/20. To see the full report, click here.

     

    *A change in data estimation method may wholly or partially explain the lower figures in this year

     

    • 14.01.2022
  • Pupil Wellbeing Survey (formerly Online Pupil Survey)

    Young people from schools, sixth forms and further education colleges took part in the survey and said what they think about a range of issues - from healthy eating, physical activity and living well to their experiences at school and how safe they feel. The headline results of the survey can be found here.

    • 14.01.2022
  • Acorn Customer Segmentation

    What is Customer Segmentation? Take a look here to find out how it can help you and your service.  There is also a new Communications Matrix that has been made using the latest Acorn data available.

    • 13.01.2022
  • Drivers of Population Change

    A series of reports and spreadsheets have been produced which look at the main drivers of population change: births, deaths and migration. These include the latest 2020 estimates.

    In Gloucestershire, there was 5,800 live births, 7,002 deaths and a positive internal migration flow, in 2020. Further details can be found here.

     

    • 17.12.2021
  • Small Area Mid Year Estimates

    The ONS have released the latest small area populations estimates by ward, middle super output area, lower super output area and census output area each by single year of age and gender can be found in our Population section

    • 21.09.2021
  • Population Change 2010 -2020)

    A data sheet and report detailing the key population changes between 2010-20 in Gloucestershire and its districts has now been published.

     

    Key topics include: changes in population composition, change in dependency ratios, population density change and population growth since 1991.

     

    Between 2010-20, Gloucestershire’s population grew by 7.84%, representing an increase of 46,553 people. Of Gloucestershire’s districts, Tewkesbury had the highest population growth, with an increase of 18.5% between 2010-20, and Cheltenham had the lowest with an increase of 0.99%.

     

    Further information can be found here.

    • 03.09.2021
  • Mid-2020 Population Estimates Summary Report and Key Issues Infographic

    A summary report detailing the Mid-2020 population estimates key statistics for Gloucestershire and its districts has now been released. Key topics include: population composition, population change and components of change, dependency ratios, median age and population density.

     

    A fact sheet which uses infographics to visualise the key population issues has also been produced.

     

    Both documents can be found here.

     

    • 24.08.2021

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