Consultation on Health and Social Care Statistical Products

May 2023 

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Caesarean section % 
  • Premature births (less than 37 weeks gestation)
  • Percentage of deliveries to women aged 35 years and above
  • Percentage of deliveries to mothers from ethnic minority groups
  • Admissions of babies under 14 days
  • Admissions for asthma (0 to 9 years) 
  • Admissions for asthma (10 to 18 years)
  • Admissions for diabetes (0 to 9 years)
  • Admissions for diabetes (10 to 18 years)
  • Admissions for diabetes (under 19 years)
  • Admissions for epilepsy (0 to 9 years)
  • Admissions for epilepsy (10 to 18 years)
  • Admissions for epilepsy (under 19 years)
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis (under 1 year)
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis (aged 1 year)
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis (2 to 4 years)
  • Admissions for lower respiratory tract infections (under 1 year)
  • Admissions for lower respiratory tract infections (aged 1 year)
  • Admissions for lower respiratory tract infections (2 to 4 years)
  • Emergency admissions (under 1 year)
  • Emergency admissions (0 to 4 years)
  • Emergency admissions (under 18 years)
  • A&E attendances (under 1 year)
  • A&E attendances (under 18 years) 

 

Note: revision to low and very low birth weight of all babies indicators 

Inequalities for live births and stillbirths have been added to the inequalities tab for England only. 

 

Note: revision to teenage mothers 2021 to 2022 data 

The England total and data for ethnicity at England level have been revised for the teenage mothers indicator for 2021 to 2022 data to include a small number of people who had an unknown residence recorded. There have been no changes to local or regional values. 

 

Note: impact of updated mid-year population estimates on Fingertips indicators 

See latest news on the Fingertips home page for details

 

March 2023

The 2023 Child Health Profile snapshot reports are now available here.

These indicators have also been updated in the interactive child and maternal health profiles for local authorities.

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Infant mortality rate
  • Children in care immunisations
  • Average attainment 8 score
  • Children in care
  • Teenage mothers
  • Baby’s first feed breast milk: new method
  • A&E attendances (0-4 years): new method
  • Hospital admissions caused by unintended and deliberate injuries in children (0 to 14 years)
  • Hospital admissions caused by unintended and deliberate injuries in young people (15 to 24 years)
  • Hospital admissions for asthma (under 19 years)
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions (under 18 years)
  • Hospital admissions as a result of self-harm (10 to 24 years, 10 to 14 years, 15 to 19 years, 20 to 24 years)
  • School pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs (2022)

Note: Impact of updated mid-year population estimates on Fingertips indicators

See latest news on the Fingertips home page for details.

February 2023

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • School Readiness: percentage of children achieving a good level of development at the end of Reception
  • School Readiness: percentage of children with free school meal status achieving a good level of development at the end of Reception
  • School Readiness: percentage of children achieving the expected level of development in communication, language and literacy skills at the end of Reception
  • School Readiness: percentage of children achieving the expected level of development in communication and language skills at the end of Reception
  • School Readiness: percentage of Year 1 pupils achieving the expected level in the phonics screening check
  • School Readiness: percentage of Year 1 pupils achieving the expected level in the phonics screening check with free school meal status
  • Low birth weight of term babies
  • Very low birth weight of all babies
  • Low birth weight of all babies
  • Multiple births
  • Neonatal mortality and stillbirths
  • Neonatal deaths
  • Post-neonatal mortality
  • Stillbirth rate
  • General fertility rate

Child and Maternal Health profile indicator review: November - January 2023

The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) is reviewing the list of indicators within the Fingertips Child and Maternal Health profile. As part of the review process, we have created a short survey to help understand the needs of stakeholders. The survey is anonymous and should take no more than 15 minutes to complete. The survey can be found at https://forms.office.com/r/LK8LhSYVMC, and will remain open until the end of January 2023.

December 2022

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Persistent absentees - primary school
  • Persistent absentees - secondary school
  • Key stage 1 pupils meeting the expected standard in writing
  • Key stage 1 pupils meeting the expected standard in reading
  • Key stage 1 pupils meeting the expected standard in maths
  • Key stage 1 pupils meeting the expected standard in science
  • Average attainment 8 score of children in care

November 2022

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Breastfeeding prevalence at 6-8 weeks after birth – LA
  • Proportion of New Birth Visits (NBVs) completed within 14 days – LA
  • Proportion of infants receiving a 6 to 8 week review - LA
  • Proportion of children receiving a 12-month review - LA
  • Proportion of children who received a 2-2½ year review - LA
  • Proportion of children aged 2-2½ yrs receiving ASQ-3 as part of the Healthy Child Programme or integrated review - LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in all five areas of development 2-2.5 years – LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in communication skills at 2-2½ years - LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in gross motor skills at 2-2½ years - LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in fine motor skills at 2-2½ years - LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in problem solving skills at 2-2½ years - LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in personal-social skills at 2-2½ years – LA

August 2022

Since publication in November 2020, Leicestershire Council has identified errors in the data  it submitted to OHID (formerly Public Health England) for 2019 to 2020 data for the Proportion of New Birth Visits (NBVs) completed within 14 days indicator (Early Years topic). This error has caused a statistically significant change in the health visiting data for 2019 to 2020, and so OHID has updated and reissued the data in OHID's Fingertips tool. Data has been corrected for Leicestershire, the East Midlands region, and England.

June 2022

New sections containing indicators relating to the high impact areas for the early yearsmaternity and young people have been added. These replace the high impact areas HTML reports.  

May 2022

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Emergency admissions to hospital (aged <1, 0-4 and under 18 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Emergency hospital admissions for children aged 0-4 for falls; falls from furniture; exposure to animate mechanical force; inanimate mechanical forces; and heat and hot substances – and emergency admissions for accidental poisoning; poisoning from medicines, due to inhalation of food or vomit; hot tap water scalds; and burns from food and hot fluids - local authority
  • Emergency admissions for pedestrians, cyclists, motorcyclists and car occupants aged 0-24 - local authority
  • Slight, serious and fatal casualties from road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) - local authority
  • Pedestrians and pedal cyclists killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) - local authority
  • Car occupants and motorcyclists killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 15-24) - local authority
  • Percentage of pedestrians, pedal cyclists, motorcyclists and car occupants killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents taking place on a 30mph road (aged 0-24) - local authority
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis and lower respiratory tract infections (aged under 1, aged 1 and aged 2, 3 and 4 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Admissions for asthma, diabetes and epilepsy (aged 0-9, 10-18 and under 19 years) - local authority and CCG
  • A&E attendances (aged under 1, 0-4 and <18) - local authority and CCG
  • Under 18 conceptions rate - local authority
  • Under 18 conceptions leading to abortion (%) - local authority
  • Percentage of deliveries to mothers from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) groups - local authority and CCG
  • Percentage of deliveries to women aged 35 years or above - local authority and CCG
  • Premature births (less than 37 weeks gestation) - local authority
  • Admissions of babies under 14 days - local authority and CCG
  • Caesarean section % - local authority and CCG
  • General fertility rate - local authority and CCG
  • Stillbirth rate - local authority and CCG
  • Neonatal mortality rate - local authority and CCG
  • Post-neonatal mortality rate - local authority and CCG
  • Low birth weight of all babies - local authority and CCG
  • Very low birth weight of all babies - local authority and CCG
  • Multiple births - local authority and CCG

March 2022

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Infant mortality - CCG
  • Child mortality - local authority and CCG
  • Children in care immunisations - local authority
  • Average Attainment 8 score - local authority
  • Children in care - local authority
  • Children killed and seriously injured on England's roads - local authority and CCG
  • A&E attendances (0-4 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Hospital admissions for dental caries (0-5 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Teenage mothers - local authority and CCG
  • Admission episodes for alcohol-specific conditions (under 18) - CCG
  • Hospital admissions due to substance misuse (15-24 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Hospital admissions caused by unintentional and deliberate injuries in children (aged 0-4 years) - CCG
  • Hospital admissions caused by injuries in children (0-14 years) - CCG
  • Hospital admissions caused by injuries in young people (15-24 years) - CCG
  • Hospital admissions for asthma (under 19 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions - local authority and CCG
  • Hospital admissions as a result of self-harm (10-24 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Children aged 5 and under killed and seriously injured on England's roads - local authority 
  • Children aged 6-10 killed and seriously injured on England's roads - local authority
  • Children aged 11-15 killed and seriously injured on England's roads - local authority 
  • School pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs: % of school pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs - local authority
  • Looked after children aged 10-15 - local authority
  • Child protection cases: rate of children who were the subject of a child protection plan at the end of the year (31 March) - local authority 
  • MMR vaccination for one dose (2 years) - CCG
  • Dtap/IPV/Hib vaccination (2 years) - CCG

Following consultation with users, the snapshot reports for local authorities which include commentary and additional interpretation will next be updated in 2023.

February 2022

Indicators from the Public Health Outcomes Framework have been updated this month, a full list of indicators with new data is available.

December 2021

The high impact area summaries for Early years and Young people have been updated for England, regions and local authority level.

November 2021

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Smoking status at time of delivery – LA and CCG
  • Neonatal mortality and stillbirths – LA
  • Average attainment 8 score of children in care – LA
  • Key stage 2 pupils meeting the expected standard in reading, writing and maths – LA
  • Breastfeeding prevalence at 6-8 weeks after birth – LA
  • Proportion of New Birth Visits (NBVs) completed within 14 days – LA
  • Proportion of infants receiving a 6 to 8 week review - LA
  • Proportion of children receiving a 12-month review - LA
  • Proportion of children who received a 2-2½ year review - LA
  • Proportion of children aged 2-2½ yrs receiving ASQ-3 as part of the Healthy Child Programme or integrated review - LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in all five areas of development 2-2.5 years – LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in communication skills at 2-2½ years - LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in gross motor skills at 2-2½ years - LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in fine motor skills at 2-2½ years - LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in problem solving skills at 2-2½ years - LA
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in personal-social skills at 2-2½ years – LA
  • Under 18 conception rate - LA
  • Under 16 conception rate – LA
  • Under 18 conceptions leading to abortion (%) - LA

September 2021

Proportion of New Birth Visits (NBVs) completed within 14 days (Early years topic): Since publication in November 2020, Lewisham Council has identified errors in the new birth visits within 14 days data it submitted to Public Health England (PHE) for 2019 to 2020 data. This error has caused a statistically significant change in the health visiting data for 2019 to 2020 for Lewisham, and so PHE has updated and reissued the 2019/20 data for Lewisham, London region and England.

July 2021

The high impact area summaries for Early years and Young people have been updated for England, regions and local authority level.

June 2021

New high impact area summaries for Maternity have also been produced for England, regions and local authority level.

May 2021

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Percentage of looked after children whose emotional wellbeing is a cause for concern – LA
  • Admissions of babies under 14 days – LA and CCG
  • Caesarean section % – LA and CCG
  • Percentage of deliveries to mothers from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) groups – LA and CCG
  • Under 18s birth rate – LA
  • Admissions for respiratory tract infections in babies and children – various age ranges – LA and CCG
  • Admissions for gastroenteritis in babies and children - various age ranges - LA and CCG
  • Admissions for epilepsy for children and young people - various age ranges - LA and CCG
  • Admissions for asthma for children and young people - various age ranges - LA and CCG
  • Admissions for diabetes for children and young people - various age ranges - LA and CCG
  • Emergency admissions for car occupants (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Emergency admissions for motorcyclists (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Emergency admissions for pedal cyclists (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Emergency admissions for pedestrians (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Emergency admissions - various age ranges - LA and CCG
  • Emergency admissions for falls in children aged 0-4 - LA
  • Emergency admissions for exposure to animate mechanical forces in children aged 0-4 - LA
  • Emergency admissions for exposure to inanimate mechanical forces in children aged 0-4 - LA
  • Emergency admissions for exposure to heat and hot substances in children aged 0-4 - LA
  • Emergency admissions for accidental poisoning in children aged 0-4 - LA
  • Emergency admissions due to inhalation of food or vomit (aged 0-4 years) - LA
  • Emergency admissions due to falls from furniture (aged 0-4 years) - LA
  • Emergency admissions due to hot tap water scalds (aged 0-4 years) - LA
  • Emergency admissions due to burns from food and hot fluids (aged 0-4 years) - LA
  • Emergency admissions due to poisoning from medicines (aged 0-4 years) - LA
  • Fatal casualties from road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) – LA
  • Serious casualties from road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) – LA
  • Slight casualties from road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) – LA
  • Pedestrians killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) – LA
  • Pedal cyclists killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) – LA
  • Motorcyclists killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 15-24) – LA
  • Car occupants killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 15-24) – LA
  • Percentage of pedestrians killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents taking place on a 30mph road (aged 0-24) – LA
  • Percentage of pedal cyclists killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents taking place on a 30mph road (aged 0-24) – LA
  • Percentage of motorcyclists killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents taking place on a 30mph road (aged 15-24) – LA
  • Percentage of car occupants killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents taking place on a 30mph road (aged 15-24) – LA

Several indicators related to injuries have also been updated in the Unintentional injuries in and around the home and Unintentional injuries on the roads reports for each local authority.

March 2021

The 2021 Child Health Profile PDF snapshot reports are now available here.

These indicators have also been updated in the interactive child and maternal health profiles for local authorities. Equivalent indicators for CCGs and other supplementary indicators have also been updated. 

The children in low income families indicator has been replaced by two new indicators:

  • Children in relative low income families
  • Children in absolute low income families

The family homelessness indicator has been replaced by a new indicator:

  • Homelessness - households with dependent children owed a duty under the Homelessness Reduction Act 

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Child mortality - local authority and CCG
  • Children in care immunisations - local authority
  • Average Attainment 8 score - local authority
  • Children in care - local authority
  • Children killed and seriously injured on England's roads - local authority and CCG
  • Low birth weight of term babies - local authority
  • Hospital admissions for dental caries (0-5 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Teenage mothers - local authority and CCG
  • Admission episodes for alcohol-specific conditions (under 18) - CCG
  • Hospital admissions due to substance misuse (15-24 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Hospital admissions caused by injuries in children (0-14 years) - CCG
  • Hospital admissions caused by injuries in young people (15-24 years) - CCG
  • Hospital admissions for asthma (under 19 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions - local authority and CCG
  • Hospital admissions as a result of self-harm (10-24 years) - local authority and CCG
  • Percentage of deliveries to women aged 35 years or above - local authority and CCG
  • Children aged 11-15 killed and seriously injured on England's roads - local authority 
  • Children ages 5 and under killed and seriously injured on England's roads - local authority 
  • Children aged 6-10 killed and seriously injured on England's roads - local authority 
  • School pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs: % of school pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs - local authority
  • Looked after children aged 10-15 - local authority
  • Child protection cases: rate of children who were the subject of a child protection plan at the end of the year (31 March) - local authority 
  • MMR vaccination for one dose (2 years) - CCG
  • Dtap/IPV/Hib vaccination (2 years) - CCG
  • Hospital admissions caused by unintentional and deliberate injuries in children (aged 0-4 years) - CCG

November 2020

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • General fertility rate
  • Multiple births
  • Stillbirth rate
  • Neonatal deaths
  • Post-neonatal mortality rate
  • Neonatal mortality and stillbirth rate
  • Low birth weight of all babies
  • Very low birth weight of all babies
  • Average attainment 8 score of children in care
  • Persistent absentees – Primary school
  • Persistent absentees – Secondary school

Indicators from the Public Health Outcomes Framework have been updated this month, a full list of indicators with new data is available.

The high impact area summaries for Early years and Young people have also been updated for England, regions and local authority level.

September 2020

New indicators for smoking, obesity, early access to maternity services, folic acid supplement use and alcohol and drug misuse in early pregnancy based on data from the Maternity Services Dataset version 1.5 have been added to the Pregnancy and Birth domain. Data is presented at a national level, with most indicators also available at regional level and for upper tier local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and local maternity systems. The indicators include information about inequalities. 

May 2020

The high impact area summaries for Early years and Young people have been updated for England, regions and local authority level.

Following a user feedback exercise, we have now discontinued indicators for elective hospital admissions and some indicators for emergency hospital admissions and A&E attendances. Full details are in Child health profiles: summary of feedback exercise and PHE response.

The following indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

Note: An error was identified for indicators based on hospital episode statistics (HES) data which gave misleading results for areas within the South East region and East Sussex. Affected areas have been suppressed or flagged to be treated with caution. Full details can be found in the caveats section of the descriptive metadata for each affected indicator.

  • Under 18 conceptions - LA
  • Under 18 conceptions: conceptions in those aged under 16 - LA
  • Under 18s conceptions leading to an abortion - LA
  • Caesarean section % - LA and CCG
  • Percentage of deliveries to mothers from Black and Minority Ethnic (BME) groups - LA and CCG
  • Percentage of deliveries to women aged 35+ - LA and CCG
  • Admissions of babies under 14 days - LA and CCG
  • Admissions for lower respiratory tract infections in babies and children - various age ranges - LA and CCGAdmissions for gastroenteritis in babies and children - various age ranges - LA and CCG
  • Admissions for epilepsy for children and young people - various age ranges - LA and CCGAdmissions for asthma for children and young people - various age ranges - LA and CCGAdmissions for diabetes for children and young people - various age ranges - LA and CCG
  • Hospital admissions as a result of self-harm (3 age breakdowns) - LA
  • Emergency admissions for car occupants (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Emergency admissions for motorcyclists (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Emergency admissions for pedal cyclists (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Emergency admissions for pedestrians (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Emergency admissions - various age ranges - LA and CCG
  • A&E attendances - various age ranges - LA and CCG

March 2020

The 2020 Child Health Profiles are now available here.

Note: An error was identified for indicators based on hospital episode statistics (HES) data which gave misleading results for areas within the South East region and East Sussex. Affected areas have been suppressed or flagged to be treated with caution. Full details can be found in the caveats section of the descriptive metadata for each affected indicator.

Child Health Profile indicators which have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Infant mortality - CCG 
  • Child mortality rate (1 - 17 years) - LA and CCG
  • MMR vaccination for one dose (2 years) - CCG
  • DTAP / IPV / Hib vaccination (2 years) - CCG
  • Children in care immunisations - LA
  • Average Attainment 8 score - LA
  • Average Attainment 8 score of children in care - LA
  • Children in care - LA
  • Children killed and seriously injured (KSI) on England's roads - LA and CCG
  • Obese children Reception year – CCG
  • Obese children Year 6 - CCG
  • Low birth weight of term babies - LA
  • Hospital admissions for dental caries (0-5 years) - LA and CCG
  • Teenage mothers - LA and CCG
  • Hospital admissions due to substance misuse (15-24 years) - LA and CCG
  • Baby’s first feed breastmilk – LA and CCG
  • A&E attendances (0-4 years) - LA and CCG
  • Hospital admissions for asthma (under 19 years) - LA and CCG
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions - LA and CCG
  • Hospital admissions as a result of self-harm (10-24 years) - LA and CCG

The following indicators have been updated in the unintentional injuries domain:

  • Emergency admissions for falls in children aged 0-4 - LA
  • Emergency admissions for exposure to animate mechanical forces in children aged 0-4 - LA
  • Emergency admissions for exposure to inanimate mechanical forces in children aged 0-4 - LA
  • Emergency admissions for exposure to heat and hot substances in children aged 0-4 - LA
  • Emergency admissions for accidental poisoning in children aged 0-4 - LA
  • Emergency admissions due to inhalation of food or vomit (aged 0-4 years) - LA
  • Emergency admissions due to falls from furniture (aged 0-4 years) - LA
  • Emergency admissions due to hot tap water scalds (aged 0-4 years) - LA
  • Emergency admissions due to burns from food and hot fluids (aged 0-4 years) - LA
  • Emergency admissions due to poisoning from medicines (aged 0-4 years) - LA
  • Children aged 5 and under killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents - LA and CCG
  • Children aged 6-10 killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents - LA and CCG
  • Children aged 11-15 killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents - LA and CCG
  • Fatal casualties from road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Serious casualties from road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Slight casualties from road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Pedestrians killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Pedal cyclists killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Motorcyclists killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Car occupants killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Percentage of pedestrians killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents taking place on a 30mph road (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Percentage of pedal cyclists killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents taking place on a 30mph road (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Percentage of motorcyclists killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents taking place on a 30mph road (aged 0-24) - LA
  • Percentage of car occupants killed or seriously injured in road traffic accidents taking place on a 30mph road (aged 0-24) - LA

February 2020

Indicators from the Public Health Outcomes Framework have been updated this month, a full list of indicators with new data is available.

December 2019

National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) indicators have been updated to 2018/19 for local authorities, regions and England.

November 2019

Several indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Proportion of infants receiving a 6-8 week review
  • Proportion of children receiving a 12-month review
  • Proportion of children who received a 2-2½ year review
  • Proportion of children aged 2-2½yrs receiving ASQ-3 as part of the Healthy Child Programme or integrated review
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in gross motor skills at 2-2½ years
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in fine motor skills at 2-2½ years
  • Percentage of children at or above expected level of development in problem solving skills at 2-2½ years
  • Neonatal mortality and stillbirth rate
  • Key stage 1 pupils meeting the expected standard in reading
  • Key stage 1 pupils meeting the expected standard in writing
  • Key stage 1 pupils meeting the expected standard in maths
  • Key stage 1 pupils meeting the expected standard in science
  • Key stage 2 pupils meeting the expected standard in reading, writing and maths

Indicators from the Public Health Outcomes Framework have been updated this month, a full list of indicators with new data is available.

Breastfeeding prevalence at 6-8 weeks after birth has been updated for 2017/18 due to an error in data submitted by Redbridge Council which has caused a statistically significant change in the England figure.

October 2019

New high impact area summaries for Early years and Young people released at England, regions and local authority level.

August 2019

An error in trend information for infant mortality has been identified affecting a small number of the pdf child health profiles first published in March. Corrected profiles have been published for:

  • Bedford Borough
  • Central Bedfordshire
  • Gateshead
  • Stoke-on-Trent
  • Surrey
  • Wokingham

This only affects the pdf downloads. No changes to Fingertips data have been made due to this.

Indicators from the Public Health Outcomes Framework have been updated this month, a full list of indicators with new data is available.

June 2019

A new report relating to speech, language and communication is available from the Reports tab or from the link in the introduction.

April 2019

A new indicator has been added to the Early years and School-age children: Primary domains:

  • Percentage of children achieving at least an expected level of development across all learning goals in communication and language - LA

Data is available split by inequalities (sex, free school meal status) at TTLA, Regional and England level, for academic years 2012/13 to 2017/18

March 2019

The 2019 Child Health Profiles are now available here.

Child Health Profile indicators which have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Infant mortality - CCG
  • Child mortality rate (1 - 17 years) - LA and CCG
  • MMR vaccination for one dose (2 years) - CCG
  • DTAP / IPV / Hib vaccination (2 years) - CCG
  • Children in care immunisations - LA
  • Average Attainment 8 score - LA
  • Average Attainment 8 score of children in care - LA
  • Children in low income families (under 16s) - LA
  • Family homelessness - LA
  • Children in care - LA
  • Children killed and seriously injured (KSI) on England's roads - LA and CCG
  • Low birth weight of term babies - LA
  • Hospital admissions for dental caries (0-5 years) - LA and CCG
  • Teenage mothers - LA and CCG
  • Admission episodes for alcohol-specific conditions - Under 18s - CCG
  • Hospital admissions due to substance misuse (15-24 years) - LA and CCG
  • A&E attendances (0-4 years) - LA and CCG
  • Hospital admissions caused by injuries in children (0-14 years) - CCG
  • Hospital admissions caused by injuries in young people (15-24 years) - CCG
  • Hospital admissions for asthma (under 19 years) - LA and CCG
  • Hospital admissions for mental health conditions - LA and CCG
  • Hospital admissions as a result of self-harm (10-24 years) - LA and CCG

February 2019

Indicators from the Public Health Outcomes Framework have been updated this month, a full list of indicators with new data is available.

January 2019

Several indicators have been updated with the most recent data:

  • Reception: prevalence of underweight - LA
  • Reception: prevalence of overweight (including obesity) - LA
  • Obese children (4-5 years) - LA
  • Year 6: prevalence of underweight - LA
  • Year 6: prevalence of overweight (including obesity) - LA
  • Obese children (10-11 years) - LA

December 2018

Indicators relating to School age children and Young people have been updated with the most recent data, including:

  • Persistent absentees in Primary and Secondary schools - LA
  • Key stage 1 pupils meeting the expected level in reading, writing, maths and science - LA
  • Key stage 2 pupils meeting the expected level in reading, writing, maths - LA
  • Homeless young people aged 16-24 - LA

November 2018

New reports relating to unintentional injuries around the home and on the roads are available from the Reports tab or from the links in the introduction.

Indicators from the Public Health Outcomes Framework have been updated this month, a full list of indicators with new data is available.

October 2018

A small error has been corrected to the England value for Hospital admissions as a result of self-harm (10-24 years), and to the England values for the three sub-indicators relating to children and young people aged 10-14 years, 15-19 years and 20-24 years. PDF versions of the child health profile have been reissued for a small number of areas where this makes a difference to the significance shown on page 4 of the profile; for all other areas, a final page has been inserted as notification of the issue.

September 2018

New functionality added to Child and Maternal Health profiles with a drop down list added to allow navigation between all Fingertips profiles related to the subject. Minor changes made to profile layouts should make finding data easier, if you do have any queries please use the "Contact Us" link above.

Indicators relating to Early years have been updated with the most recent data, including:

  • A&E attendances (for early years and all other ages) - LA and CCG
  • Elective admissions (for early years and all other ages) - LA and CCG
  • Emergency admissions (for early years and all other ages) - LA and CCG
  • Admissions for asthma, diabetes and epilepsy (0-9, 10-18 and 0-18) - LA and CCG
  • Neonatal mortality - CCG
  • Postneonatal mortality - CCG

Other indicators which have been updated with the most recent data:

  • First time entrants to the youth justice system - LA
  • Year 6: Prevalence of overweight(including obese) - CCG
  • School pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs: % of school pupils with social, emotional and mental health needs - LA
  • Pupils with special educational needs (SEN): % of school pupils with special educational needs - LA