Early years at a glance (fact sheet 2017)

Fact sheet of LEAP wards data 2017 - A look at early years data in the LEAP wards of Stockwell, Vassall, Coldharbour and Tulse Hill. 

Fact sheet of Lambeth data 2017 - A look at early years data in Lambeth as a whole. 

Sources and definitions

There are two fact sheets, one about the four LEAP wards and one about Lambeth as a whole. The sources and definitions listed below relate to both documents. The documents are differentiated by a) (LEAP) and b) (Lambeth) where sources differ.

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  1. All population. Greater London Authority housing led population projections, interim 2015.
  2. Live births by date of registration. ONS vital statistics, 2015.
  3. Population under 4. Greater London Authority housing led population projections, interim 2015.
  4. a) (LEAP) Number of maternity bookings. Directly from the maternity booking systems of King’s College Hospital (KCH) and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Trust (GSTT), April 2016 – March 2017. Most maternity bookings for the LEAP area are represented in KCH and GSTT data. 

b) (Lambeth) Number of all maternities for Lambeth. ONS vital statistics, 2015.

  1. Children living in income deprived areas. English Indices of Child Deprivation, 2015. Average IDACI score for the specified area(s). English Indices of Child Deprivation, 2015 scores are based on the number of children in a geographical area in receipt of benefits.
  2. Bilingual (English as an additional language (EAL)) children. Lambeth Early Years Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP) Data, reception age pupils, 2016.
  3. Black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) and Portuguese children. Lambeth Early Years Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP) Data, reception age pupils, 2016.

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  1. Children achieving  a good level of overall development: Percentage of children at the end of reception in each group achieving at least the expected level of development across communication and language; physical development; personal, social and emotional development; literacy; and mathematics areas of learning. Lambeth Early Years Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP), 2016.
  2. Children achieving a good level of social and emotional development: Percentage of children at the end of reception in each group achieving at least the expected level of development across all early learning goals in the area of social and emotional development. Lambeth EYFSP, 2016.
  3. Children achieving a good level of communication and language development: Percentage of children at the end of reception in each group achieving at least the expected level of development across all early learning goals in the area of communication and language development. Lambeth EYFSP, 2016.
  4. Number of overweight and obese children at school entry, expressed as a fraction. National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) data for reception age pupils, 2015/16. NCMP data includes children in Lambeth commissioned schools only, and therefore excludes children who attend a school outside the borough. For this analysis, children who are residents outside of the borough but attend Lambeth schools have been excluded. Borough-wide data mirrors that published via PHE Fingertips.
  5. Percentage of overweight and obese children at school entry. NCMP data for reception age pupils, 2013/14-2015/16. NCMP data includes children in Lambeth commissioned schools only, and therefore excludes children who attend a school outside the borough. For this analysis, children who are residents outside of the borough but attend Lambeth schools have been excluded. Borough-wide and national data mirrors that published via PHE Fingertips.
  6. Percentage of overweight and obese children at age 11. NCMP data for year 6 pupils, 2015/16. NCMP data includes children in Lambeth commissioned schools only, and therefore excludes children who attend a school outside the borough. For this analysis, children who are residents outside of the borough but attend Lambeth schools have been excluded. Borough-wide data mirrors that published via PHE Fingertips.