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Demographic Projections, the Census
Information Scheme and the London
Schools Atlas: An overview for London
LARIA event April 2014
Richard Walker
richard.walker@london.gov.uk
Intelligence Unit
Greater London Authority
http://data.london.gov.uk/datastore/package
/gla-demographic-projections
• Populations Projections for London
broken down by borough, ward,
single year of age and gender.
• Ethnic Group Projections for
London broken down by borough,
ward and single year of age.
• School Roll projections provided to
local authorities under subscription
service model.
• All projections feed into and
underpin the London Plan.
http://data.london.gov.uk/census
The London Schools Atlas
Background
Recommendation 10: The Mayor and GLA Should work with boroughs and the
Department for Education (DfE) to develop pan-London collection and analysis of
data necessary for planning the provision of school places.
Mayoral Response: The GLA currently runs a school roll projection service for
boroughs. I will explore how we can expand this to cover all boroughs, and how
we can work more effectively to develop a more strategic picture of school places
in the capital. I will work closely with the boroughs and DfE on identifying areas
of need.
Sutton
Bexley
Westminster
Havering
Barnet
Bromley
Hammersmith and Fulham
Camden
Richmond upon Thames
Kensington and Chelsea
Kingston upon Thames
Tower Hamlets
Hounslow
Redbridge
Hillingdon
Wandsworth
Islington
Southwark
City of London
Enfield
Newham
Brent
Waltham Forest
Merton
Haringey
Hackney
Barking and Dagenham
Harrow
Croydon
Lewisham
Lambeth
Greenwich
Ealing
Cross border mobility within London – State Funded
Secondary Schools
Net difference between imports and exports from each local authority
4,000
3,000
2,000
1,000
0
-1,000
-2,000
-3,000
Kensington and Chelsea
Hammersmith and Fulham
Westminster
Camden
Sutton
Richmond upon Thames
Islington
Wandsworth
Kingston upon Thames
Merton
Hounslow
Bexley
Barnet
Lambeth
Southwark
Bromley
Brent
Greenwich
Croydon
Hillingdon
Havering
Haringey
Redbridge
Lewisham
Harrow
Hackney
Enfield
Ealing
Tower Hamlets
Barking and Dagenham
Waltham Forest
Newham
Cross border mobility within London – State Funded
Secondary Schools
% of pupils residing in other LAs attending schools maintained by the LA
60.0
50.0
40.0
30.0
20.0
10.0
0.0
Cross border mobility within London – State Funded
Secondary Schools
www.london.gov.uk/londonschools-atlas
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