- The data option allows you to change the data and area-level being displayed on the map. You can browse through theme related indicators and access indicator-level metadata.
- The layers option allows you to toggle on and off contextual map boundaries, for example you may wish to see the lower-tier local authority boundaries overlaid on top of a map of ward-level data to add extra context. The basemap option allows you to change the underlying map detail behind your data, for example you may wish to visualise the thematic map data on top of a street-level or topographic map.
- The classify option allows you to select different data classification methods. The selected classification method will determine how the data ranges are calculated and how the colours are displayed on the map.
- The table option provides a tabular view of the indicator data values being displayed on the map by area. The table interacts with the map and you can zoom to an area by clicking on the area name. Data can be exported as a CSV file by clicking on the download option at the bottom of the table view.
- The legend details what is being displayed on the map and how. It indicates what data ranges the colour shadings relate to, plus what data indicator, area-level and contextual layers are being displayed and how the colours relate.
- The print option allows you to export the map choosing from an array of pre-defined layouts and formats. The generated outputs can be saved or printed. You must use the following copyright statements when you reproduce or use the maps: Contains National Statistics data © Crown copyright and database right 2018 / Contains OS data © Crown copyright and database right 2018.
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Improving the level of education and skills present within a local population remains an important policy objective for both local and central government. The task of implementing initiatives to improve life-long learning and enhance individual development (and employability) represents a significant and essential challenge for local authorities.
Early years| Norfolk
The early years foundation stage (EYFS) sets standards for the learning, development and care of your child from birth to 5 years old. Children are defined as having reached a good level of development if they achieve at least the expected level in the early learning goals in the prime areas of learning (personal, social and emotional development; physical development; and communication and language) and the early learning goals in the specific areas of mathematics and literacy.
Key Stage 2| Norfolk
Key stage 2 refers to Year 3 to Year 6 and to pupils aged between 7 and 11. At the end of key stage 2, pupils are assessed by national curriculum tests in reading, mathematics and grammar, punctuation and spelling. Pupils also receive a teacher assessment outcome in writing, science, reading and mathematics based on the standards in the interim frameworks for teacher assessment. The combined measures use the reading and mathematics test results and the outcome of the writing teacher assessment.
Key Stage 4| Norfolk
Key stage 4 refers to Year 10 and Year 11, when pupils are aged between 14 and 16. Most children take GCSEs or other national qualifications in Year 11.
Key Stage 5| Norfolk
Key stage 5 refers to the two years of education for students aged 16-18 sitting AS and A levels.
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