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Childhood health and wellbeing

Norfolk
key
facts
Children in low income families (under 16s)
2014 HMRC
Children achieving a good level of development (Year R)
2015/16 DfE EYFS
Child mortality rate (1-17 years)
per 100,000 2012-14 ONS
Hospital admissions for self-harm (10-24 years)
per 100,000 2014/15 HES
Child excess weight in 4-5 year olds
2015/16 HSCIC
Hospital admissions: Injuries in children (aged 0-14)
per 10,000 2015/16 HES

Headlines

The percentage of children achieving a good level of development at the end of reception is increasing, as is the percentage of children achieving 5 A*-C GCSEs including English and Maths. However it is still below that for England.

Teenage conceptions continue to decline and the rate is lower than England. However, there are still more than 100 teenagers becoming mothers each year in Norfolk.

The rate of admissions for injury in children aged under 14 is higher in Norfolk than for England. However, the rate of under 18’s admitted to hospital due to alcohol specific conditions is significantly less than that of England and continues to decline. Admissions for self harm and substance misuse are increasing, perhaps evidence of unaddressed mental health need.

 
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