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  • Updated a month ago

    Calderdale Data Works Web stats

    Calderdale Council
    Sessions, page views, users, devices and referrals for the DataWorks platform using information from Google Analytics. The interactive dashboard provides data by month from September 2018 for sessions, page views, users, devices and referrals to DataWorks. Previous years are covered by static dashboards. Excel and csv files give data on the use of datasets published on our Data Works platform. Please note, each file uploaded on the site...
  • Updated 3 months ago

    Key Stage 1

    Calderdale Council
    Key Stage 1 (KS1) data for primary school pupils in Year 2 who met or exceeded the Expected Standard (EXS+) by School Ward for the 2016 onwards. The data is by school location, rather than by pupil residence. In determining, which ward the data relates to, a Schools list by wards is available. The data source is the National Consortium of Examination Results (NCER). A summary of Calderdale school performance can be found on the Council ...
  • Updated 3 months ago

    Key Stage 2

    Calderdale Council
    Key Stage 2 (KS2) data for year 6 primary school pupils who met or exceeded the Expected Standard (EXS+) by School Ward for the period 2016 onwards. The data is by school location, rather than by pupil residence. In determining, which ward the data relates to, a Schools list by wards is available. The data source is the National Consortium of Examination Results (NCER) but the figures come from the Department of Education (DfE). A summa...
  • Updated 6 months ago

    Estimates of Station Usage

    Office of Rail and Road
    Figures are based on ticket sales data recorded in rail industry systems. These are estimates and users should read the accompanying report in order to understand the limitations of the dataset.  The data has been collected differently from 2017-2018; the Entries and Exit totals are recorded together rather than separately.