Our Corporate Performance Report contains Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) focussing on exceptions; indicators which clearly have a significant change in performance. The report includes the top key performance indicators (Super Key Performance Indicators (SKPIs)) which have been chosen due to their direct impact upon residents of Calderdale.
Our performance dashboard is interactive allowing you to view current performance (15 super key measures, 5 for each priority, plus a range of measures) but also how we compare our progress over time and against others.
For the definitions of the indicators and the different comparator groups used, see Indicator definitions and comparator groups.
Includes exceptions on proportion of child protection plan reviews completed within timescale, percentage of children leaving care where the reason is a special guardianship order, life expectancy at birth, proportion of adults with learning disabilities in paid employment and proportion of adults in contact with secondary mental health services in paid employment.
Includes exceptions on employment and skills, percentage of children looked after for two or more years in stable placements, and permanent care home admissions (ages 18 to 64 / 65 and over).
Includes exceptions on employment, percentage of physically active / inactive adults, adults - overweight or obese, percentage of 19 year olds with Level 2 qualifications and the inequality gap, and the number of children subject to a Child protection plan
Includes exceptions on: eligible 2 year olds benefiting from funded early education; excess weight (adults); inequality gap in Level 2 qualifications; looked after children - emotional and behavioural health of looked after children; climate change - CO2 emissions.
Includes exceptions on crime and feeling safe, employment rate, user survey indicators from Adults Social Care, adult safeguarding enquiries completed within 12 weeks of concern being raised, primary school writing outcomes and women smoking at time of delivery.
Includes exceptions on: long term stability of placements for children looked after, care home admissions (all age groups), feeling safe in Calderdale, inequality gap in achievement at age 19 and eligible 2 year olds benefiting from funded early education.
Includes exceptions on: crime, air quality, new dwellings, excess weight, waste, Children's social care - demand for services and Children's social care - timeliness of adoption proceedings.
Includes exceptions on: secondary school attainment, Early Years Foundation Stage inequality gap, pay, excess weight, tourism, care home placements, business survival rates and small and medium sized enterprises.