Southend insights - children and young people

Data Sources

Age by Single Year

The number of residents of each age, from the age of under 1 to 100 year plus. For example, the number of people who are aged 86 (2011 Census Data)

Age of Arrival in the UK

The number of residents born in the UK and, for those who were not, the age (in bands) at which they arrived. For example, the number of people who first arrived in the UK aged 30 to 44 (2011 Census Data)

Age Structure

The number of residents in specified age bands from 0 to 90 plus, the mean and median age of residents of the Borough – based on age on census day (2011 Census Data)

Child Benefit Statistics

The number of children registered for Child Benefit, divided by age range, gender and family size (ONS Neighbourhood Statistics last updated December 2013)

Families with Dependent Children

The number of households which are families and whether they have children living with them - also the total number of dependent children (2011 Census Data) Note: the definition of family includes couples without children; and single people and couples living with children to whom they are related

Household Language

The number of residents classified by whether in their household all; at least one person over 16; at least one person aged 3 to 15; or no-one; has English as a main language (2011 Census Data)

Life Expectancy at Birth

The estimated life expectancy of males and females in the Borough (ONS Neighbourhood Statistics last updated 2011)

Live Births

The number of live births registered in a given year and their gender (ONS Neighbourhood Statistics last updated 2011)

Lone Parent Households with Dependent Children – Economic Activity

The number of lone parent households, categorised by full, part time or not in employment and further categorised by gender (2011 Census Data)

Main Language

For all residents aged 3 and over, details of their main language (2011 Census Data)

Proficiency in English

Residents aged 3 or over classified by their proficiency in English. – for those whose main language is not English their proficiency is self-classified as from ‘can speak English very well’ to ‘cannot speak English’ (2011 Census Data)

Schoolchildren and Full Time Students

For residents aged 16 to 74, an estimate of the number of schoolchildren and full time students and the economic activity of those students aged 18 or over (2011 Census Data)

Schoolchildren and Full-Time Students at their Non Term-Time Address

Schoolchildren and Full-Time Students (based on their non-term time address) aged 4 and over, classified by sex – for example the number of male schoolchildren and full time students (2011 Census Data)

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