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UnhideHide Parental responsibility

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionNI 022: Extent to which you agree that in your local area, parents take enough responsibility for the behaviour of their children
  • Headline FindingsOnly 19% of respondents agree that parents take enough responsibility for the behaviour of their children (NI 22).
    * Over 65s and BME respondents are more likely to agree that parents take enough responsibility for the behaviour of their children.
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Parental responsibility : Age of respondent : 2008/09 : Ward
Parental responsibility. : Gender : 2008/09 : Town
Parental responsibility. : NI022: Proportion of people who think that in their local area, parents take enough responsibility for the behaviour of their children. : Ethnicity Level 1 : 2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Parental responsibility:Age of respondent:2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Parental responsibility:Number of children living in household:2008/09

UnhideHide Participation and volunteering.

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionNI 006: Extent to which you have given unpaid help to any group, club or organisation in the last 12 months
  • Headline FindingsRegular volunteering is defined as taking part in formal volunteering at least once a month in the 12 months before the survey. It involves giving unpaid help through groups, clubs or organisations which support social, environmental, cultural or sporting objectives.
    In Sandwell, as elsewhere, the majority are not engaged in any volunteering (62%). However, 17% can count themselves as regular volunteers, volunteering at least once a month, giving Sandwell a corresponding NI 6 score of 17.
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Participation and volunteering. : Age of respondent : 2008/09 : Ward
Participation and volunteering. : Gender : 2008/09 : Town
Participation and volunteering. : NI006: Proportion of people who have given unpaid help to a group, club or organisation in the last 12 months. : Age of respondent : 2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Participation and volunteering.:Age of respondent:2008/09

UnhideHide Participation in local decision making

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionNI 004: Extent to which you agree you can influence decisions that affect your local area
  • Headline FindingsThere has been a fall in the proportion who feel they can influence decisions from 33% in 2006/07 [from the Local Govt. User Satisfaction Survey] to 26% (NI 4), and over a quarter of respondents would like to be more involved in the decisions that affect their local area.
    * Those who feel they belong to the local neighbourhood are more likely to feel they can influence decisions (35% compared with only 16% who don't).
    * And those who feel they are able to influence decisions affecting their local area are more likely to be satisfied with the local area as a place to live, are much more likely to think the Council provides value for money, and are also more satisfied with the Council.
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Participation in local decision making : Age of respondent : 2008/09 : Ward
Participation in local decision making : Gender : 2008/09 : Town
Participation in local decision making : NI004 : Extent to which people agree they can influence decisions that affect their local area. : Mosaic Groups : 2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Participation in local decision making:Age of respondent:2008/09

UnhideHide Perceptions of anti-social behaviour - NI017, NI041 & NI042

Theme : Perception Surveys | Sub Theme : Place Survey

  • DescriptionNI 017: Extent to which you perceive there to be a problem with anti-social behaviour in your local area,NI 041: Extent to which you perceive there to be a problem with drunk or rowdy behaviour in your local area,NI 042: Extent to which you perceive there to be a problem with drug use or drug dealing in your local area
  • Headline FindingsIn terms of individual aspects of ASB, the greatest problems are perceived to be rubbish and litter lying around and teenagers hanging around on the streets (60% and 55% of respondents consider these to be a problem, respectively). Slightly fewer (47%) say vandalism, graffiti and other deliberate damage is a very or fairly big problem. One in five identifies noisy neighbours or loud parties as a problem (20%) and 13% find abandoned or burnt out cars problematic.
    Almost half find drugs a problem in their area; giving a score for NI 42 of 46%. The score for NI 41 is slightly lower at 37%.
    * Residents in Rowley Regis consider drugs to be a lesser problem than residents overall (63% vs 54% saying there's not a problem), and those in Smethwick consider drugs in their local area to be a greater problem than do the local people in Rowley Regis (52% vs 37%).
    * Reflecting on the issue of drunk and rowdy behaviour, the residents of Oldbury are significantly less likely to consider this a problem in their area.
    The Place Survey has also seen an increase in the overall perception of ASB indicator (NI 17) - in 2008, 34% of respondents perceive ASB to be a problem, compared with 19% in 2003 and 28% in 2006.
    Further information is available on the Place Survey topic page.
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Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Perceptions of anti-social behaviour - NI017, NI041 & NI042:Age of respondent:2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Perceptions of anti-social behaviour - NI017, NI041 & NI042:Age of respondent:2008/09
Perception Surveys:Place Survey:Perceptions of anti-social behaviour - NI017, NI041 & NI042:Age of respondent:2008/09
Perceptions of anti-social behaviour. : Age of respondent : 2008/09 : Ward
Perceptions of anti-social behaviour. : Gender : 2008/09 : MSOA
Perceptions of anti-social behaviour. : Gender : 2008/09 : Ward
Perceptions of anti-social behaviour. : NI017: Proportion of people who perceive there to be a problem with anti-social behaviour in their local area. : Age of respondent : 2008/09
Perceptions of anti-social behaviour. : NI017: Proportion of people who perceive there to be a problem with anti-social behaviour in their local area. : General health : 2008/09
Perceptions of anti-social behaviour. : NI041: Proportion of people who perceive there to be a problem with people being drunk or rowdy in puplic places in their local area. : General health : 2008/09
Perceptions of anti-social behaviour. : NI042: Proportion of people who perceive there to be a problem with people using or dealing drugs in their local area. : General health : 2008/09

UnhideHide Population Estimates Sandwell (2002 - 2010)

Theme : Population

  • DescriptionPopulation
  • Headline Findings* The population of Sandwell has risen by 1,798 between 2009 and 2010, and it stands at 292,799. * 21.2 % of the population is aged under 16. * St. Pauls ward has the largest population (15,438), whilst Wednesbury North has the smallest (10,552). * Abbey has the highest percentage of working aged residents at 67.2%, compared with 60.4% in Newton.
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Population:Population Estimates Sandwell (2002 - 2010):Gender:2010:Ward
Population:Population Estimates Sandwell:Gender:2009
Population:Population Estimates Sandwell:Gender:2009:Ward
Population:Population Estimates Sandwell:Gender:2009:Ward
Population:Population Estimates Sandwell:Gender:All Dates
Population:Population Estimates Sandwell:Gender:All Dates
Population:Population Estimates Sandwell:Gender:All Dates
Population:Population Estimates Sandwell:Gender:All Dates:Ward

UnhideHide Population Projections 2012-2037

Theme : Population

  • DescriptionLong term subnational population projections are an indication of the future trends in population by age and sex over the next 25 years.
  • Headline Findings
    * The Population of Sandwell is projected to increase by almost a quarter (23.1%) in the next 25 years, from 296,700 in 2010 to 365,200 in 2035.
    * The older population (65 years plus) is expected to grow by 40% in the same period, from 46,600 to 65,500.
    * The highest increase proportionally will be amongst the population aged 90 or more, which will more than double by 2035.
    * The population aged 0-19 will experience an increase of 22.8% during the same period, in line with the overall growth in the borough, however the number of young people aged 10-14 is expected to increase by over a third (33.5%)
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Population:Population Projections 2010-2035:No theme:All Dates

UnhideHide Proportion of Children in Poverty NI 116

Theme : Deprivation & Income

  • DescriptionThe proportion of children living in families in receipt of out of work benefits or tax credits where their reported income is less than 60% median income.
  • Headline Findings• Child Poverty in Sandwell decreased 1.3% between 2010 and 2011, from 30.4% to 29.6%. The borough still ranks in 3rd place in the WM Met County for child poverty, after Birmingham and Wolverhampton.
    • The gap with the national and regional averages has also reduced slightly to 9.5% and 6.9% respectively.
    • Sandwell is now in a slightly better position (-0.8%) regarding proportions of child poverty as it was in 2006 when the indicator first started being recorded (30.4%). Birmingham is the neighbouring authority with the most significant decrease in child poverty in the past 6 years (-3.4%), whereas Solihull, Walsall and Wolverhampton have increased in the same period.
    • However, and partly due to the demographic boom of the past decade, the number of children in relative poverty in the borough is now higher than it was 6 years ago, at 22,935.
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Children & Young People:Proportion of Children in Poverty NI 116:No theme:2009:Ward
Children & Young People:Proportion of Children in Poverty NI 116:No theme:All Dates:Ward

UnhideHide Pupil Level Annual School Census (Eligibility For Free School Meals)

Theme : Children & Young People

  • DescriptionInformation extracted from the School Census taken in January of academic years 2007/8, 2008/9 and 2009/10
  • Headline Findings- Last academic year (2009/10), 9,299 pupils were eligible for free school meals. This represents one in five (20.7%) of all pupils in Sandwell.
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Children & Young People:Pupil Level Annual School Census (Eligibility For Free School Meals):Learning Community:All Dates

UnhideHide Pupil Level Annual School Census (Enrol Status)

Theme : Children & Young People

  • DescriptionInformation extracted from the School Census taken in January of academic years 2007/8, 2008/9 and 2009/10
  • Headline FindingsIn 2009/10, 44,566 pupils have a single registration at their current school, whilst 338 have a dual registration.
    * The total number of pupils registered has fallen by 5.4% since 2007/08.
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Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (Enrol Status):Gender:All Dates
Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (Enrol Status):Learning Community:All Dates

UnhideHide Pupil Level Annual School Census (Ethnicity Broad Level)

Theme : Children & Young People

  • DescriptionInformation extracted from the School Census taken in January of academic years 2007/8, 2008/9 and 2009/10
  • Headline FindingsIn 2009/10, just over 60% of Sandwell pupils are White.
    * A quarter of pupils are Asian.
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Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (Ethnicity Broad Level):Learning Community:All Dates
Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (Ethnicity Broad Level):Learning Community:All Dates

UnhideHide Pupil Level Annual School Census (Ethnicity Low Level)

Theme : Children & Young People

  • DescriptionInformation extracted from the School Census taken in January of academic years 2007/8, 2008/9 and 2009/10
  • Headline FindingsOther than White British, the largest sub-group of pupils are Indian.
    * There are 4,905 Indian pupils in 2009/10.
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Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (Ethnicity Low Level):Learning Community:All Dates

UnhideHide Pupil Level Annual School Census (First Language)

Theme : Children & Young People

  • DescriptionInformation extracted from the School Census taken in January of academic years 2007/8, 2008/9 and 2009/10
  • Headline FindingsIn 2009/10, almost a quarter of pupils have a first language other than English.
    * 4,454 pupils speak Panjabi as their first language.
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Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (First Language):Learning Community:All Dates
Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (First Language):No theme:All Dates

UnhideHide Pupil Level Annual School Census (Gender)

Theme : Children & Young People

  • DescriptionInformation extracted from the School Census taken in January of academic years 2007/8, 2008/9 and 2009/10
  • Headline FindingsIn 2009/10, there are 23,070 female pupils in Sandwell, and 21,834 male.
    * The numbers of both male and female pupils have fallen since 2007/08.
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Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (Gender):National Curriculum Year:2009/10

UnhideHide Pupil Level Annual School Census (In Care)

Theme : Children & Young People

  • DescriptionInformation extracted from the School Census taken in January of academic years 2007/8, 2008/9 and 2009/10
  • Headline FindingsIn 2009/10, there are 296 pupils in care attending a Sandwell school.
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Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (In Care):Learning Community:All Dates

UnhideHide Pupil Level Annual School Census (Mode Of Transport)

Theme : Children & Young People

  • DescriptionInformation extracted from the School Census taken in January of academic years 2007/8, 2008/9 and 2009/10
  • Headline Findings65% of pupils walk to school in 2009/10.
    * A quarter travel by car.
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Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (Mode Of Transport):National Curriculum Year:2009/10

UnhideHide Pupil Level Annual School Census (SEN Provision)

Theme : Children & Young People

  • DescriptionInformation extracted from the School Census taken in January of academic years 2007/8, 2008/9 and 2009/10
  • Headline FindingsIn 2009/10, 34,781 (77.5%) pupils in Sandwell schools have no special educational need.
    * 15% of pupils are subject to School Action or Early Years Action.
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Children & young people:Pupil Level Annual School Census (SEN Provision):National Curriculum Year:2009/10

 
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