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Northamptonshire Analysis
The authority on Northamptonshire statistics

Data Views

  • Achievement in Foundation Stage Profile (Academic Years 2008-09 to 2011-12)
    % of all Foundation Stage pupils in schools (and summer term born reception age pupils in private, voluntary and independent early years providers) that attain 78 points within the Foundation Stage Profile and also are awarded 6 and above in all of the elements of Personal, Social and Emotional Development (PSE) AND Communication, Language and Literature. This is considered a "Good Level of Development". From 2012-13 a new FSP assessment was instroduced - please see separate dataview.
  • Achievement in Foundation Stage Profile (data from Academic Year 2012-13 onwards)
    From the 2012-13 Academic Year a new Foundation Stage Framework was introduced. Under this scheme, a Good Level of Development in the Foundation Stage Profile (FSP) is defined as achieving Expected or Exceeding in all Prime and all Literacy and all Mathematics Early Learning Goals at the end of the Reception Year.

    Available by Pupil Characteristics.

    Data Suppression
    The symbol – (dash) indicates that due to small numbers the data has been suppressed.
  • Arson (Crime)
    Crimes of Arson.

    To identify where these offences fall within the Home Office Crime Tree, please see :
    http://www.hmic.gov.uk/media/crime-tree.pdf

    If you wish to use this data within an Advanced Profile, please use the duplicate indicators within the Recorded Crime Dataview found in the CSAF: Crime & Policing sub-theme.

  • Average (Median) Earnings Excluding Overtime (Used for Gender Gap Analysis) (ASHE)
    This data is taken from the Annual Survey of Hours & Earnings (ASHE).

    Hourly Full Time Earnings excluding overtime are used by the Office for National Statistics to identify the gender pay gap. Please see indicator metadata for more information.

    Median is the value below which 50% of employees fall. It is preferred over the mean for earnings data as it is influenced less by extreme values and because of the skewed distribution of earnings data (information from NOMIS/ONS).
  • Average (Median) Gross Earnings (ASHE)
    This data is taken from the Annual Survey of Hours & Earnings (ASHE) released annually in December.

    Median is the value below which 50% of employees fall. It is preferred over the mean for earnings data as it is influenced less by extreme values and because of the skewed distribution of earnings data (information from NOMIS/ONS),
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