This chart shows % of working age people with highest level of qualification attained:
Level 1: 1-4 O Levels/CSE/GCSEs (any grades), NVQ Level 1
Level 2: 5+ O Level (Passes)/CSEs (Grade 1)/GCSEs (Grades A*-C), 1 A Level/ 2-3 AS Levels/VCEs,NVQ level 2
Level 3: 2+ A Levels/VCEs, 4+ AS Levels, NVQ Level 3;
Level 4 and above: Degree (for example BA, BSc), Higher Degree (for example MA, PhD, PGCE), NVQ Level 4-5, HNC, HND
Other qualifications: Vocational/Work-related Qualifications, Foreign Qualifications (not stated/level unknown).
Source: ONS, Census 2011
Children are defined as having reached a good level of development if they achieve at least the expected level in the early learning goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language) and the early learning goals in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy.
Pupils are deemed to have met the required standard of phonic decoding if they scored 32 or more out of a possible 40 in the test.
Key Stage 2
Key stage 4
Key stage 5
The Indices of Deprivation 2015 provide a set of relative measures of deprivation for small areas (Lower-layer Super Output Areas) across England.
The IDACI is a subset of the Income Deprivation Domain, with the Index showing the proportion of children aged 0 - 15 in each Lower-layer Super Output Area that live in families that are income deprived (those that are in receipt of Income Support, income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance, Pension Credit Guarantee or Child Tax Credit below a given threshold).
The pie chart shows the proportion of LSOA's in Suffolk in each decile with decile 1 being the most deprived 10% of areas in England.
Percentage of children in low income families (children living in families in receipt of out of work benefits or tax credits where their reported income is less than 60% median income) for under 16s only