Unemployment claimant count data (released 23 February 2021) by the Department of Work and Pensions) shows the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits in Oxfordshire decreased slightly between December 2020 and January 2021, from 16,305 to 16,235 (-0.4%).
The charts below show the recorded ethnicities and first language (English/Other) of Primary and Secondary (national curriculum years 1-11) pupils who attend Oxfordshire schools, split by the District in which they live. The underlying data comes from the January 2020 School Census*.
Unemployment claimant count data (released 26 January 2021) by the Department of Work and Pensions) shows the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits in Oxfordshire increased slightly between November 2020 and December 2020, from 16,345 to 16,640 (+0.5%).
Unemployment claimant count data (released 15 December 2020 by the Department of Work and Pensions) shows the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits in Oxfordshire increased slightly between October 2020 and November 2020, from 16,420 to 16,540 (+1%).
This report summarises preliminary findings from Oxfordshire's first Online Pupil Survey.
The OxWell School Survey asked questions on a range of health and wellbeing-related issues to pupils at participating schools in Oxfordshire. The aim of the survey is to inform individual schools and Oxfordshire County Council, as well as to contribute to academic research into imporoving the wellbeing and mental health of children and adolescents.
The data summarised in this report were collected between May and July 2019 in year groups 4, 5, 6, 8, 10 and 12 in 36 Oxfordshire schools. Data from 4,222 pupils are included in the summary presented in this report. More detailed results and statistical tests will be included in manuscripts intended for publication in scientific journals.
A University of Oxford and Oxfordshire County Council Project.