Children and Young People’s Education and Skills is a sub-domain of the Education and Skills domain, which is one of the domains that makes up the Index of Multiple Deprivation 2015 (IMD 2015). For more information and data on the IMD 2015 and the other domains that make up the index please see the main IMD 2015 page.
Nine more LSOAs1 are amongst the 25 per cent most deprived in England than there were in the ID2010.
Nine LSOAs1, four in the north and four in the south of Hereford city and one in the John Kyrle area of Ross-on-Wye are now in the 10 per cent most deprived in England.
Children and young people’s education and skills is the biggest issue for the county across the people-related domains (i.e. excluding barriers to housing & services and living environment) – with the largest number of areas in the most deprived nationally and the smallest in the least deprived.
There are 28 LSOAs1 that are amongst the 25 per cent least deprived in England, just over two-thirds of which are scattered around the rural areas of the county; three are located in the north-eastern area of Hereford city.
This domain measures the lack of attainment and skills in the local population relating to children and young people and is made up of the following indicators –
Maps showing the areas of Herefordshire that are amongst the most deprived in England according to the Children and Young People’s Education and Skills sub-domain.
Source: Department of Communities and Local Government
1. Lower Super Output Areas (LSOAs) are fixed statistical geographies of about 1,500 people designed by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). For more information please see the useful definitions page.
Last updated: Tuesday, October 16, 2018