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*.

Some key themes include:

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. 

10 December 2020
This document provides a summary of key findings for the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership area, based on data from three major research products from the UK Commission for Employment and Skills: Working Futures, the Employer Skills Survey and the Employer Perspectives Survey.
17 December 2015
Oxfordshire Labour Market Information is compiled to bring to young people’s attention the jobs in demand and enterprise opportunities across the county, now and in the future. This infographic presents key predictions for the future labour market.
1 October 2015
Oxfordshire Labour Market Information is compiled to bring to young people’s attention the jobs in demand and enterprise opportunities across the county, now and in the future. This infographic presents key facts about the job scene.
1 October 2015
Oxfordshire Labour Market Information is compiled to bring to young people’s attention the jobs in demand and enterprise opportunities across the county, now and in the future. This infographic presents key facts about the economy.
1 October 2015
Oxfordshire Labour Market Information is compiled to bring to young people’s attention the jobs in demand and enterprise opportunities across the county, now and in the future. The aim is to broaden young people’s knowledge and understanding of the labour market, raise their aspirations and help them plan their career pathways based on high quality, up to date, locally relevant information.
1 October 2015
Targetted at young people across the county, this bulletin presents an overview of the county's economy, raising awareness of the range of work opportunities locally and of the routes into these opportunities from school. This issue focuses on a career path into engineering.
12 September 2014
This report presents initial findings from the 2013 Learning Disability Census. Data were collected via the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) on behalf of the Department of Health, the Care Quality Commission, Public Health England and NHS England. The principal aim of the Census is to deliver action 17 in Transforming Care: A national response to Winterbourne View Hospital1 - “an audit of current services for people with challenging behaviour to take a snapshot of provision, numbers of out of area placements and lengths of stay”. The Learning Disability Census provides an individual record-level snapshot of inpatients with learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorder and/or behaviour that challenges, and the services they receive, for service users who were inpatients in NHS and independent services at midnight on 30 September 2013. The census will be re-run on 30 September 2014.
13 December 2013

This Defra publication provides information on a range of social and economic subjects split by rural and urban areas. It includes statistics on the rural and urban populations in England, rural economy, earnings, productivity and economic growth.

1 April 2014
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