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Schools datasets Schools data comes from several sources: School census data All schools and academies are required to submit a census to the Department for Education every term. The evidence and data contained within the census helps to provide a clearer picture of how the school system is working. The Department for Education use the data to ensure that funds are allocated to...

Calderdale dashboards Calderdale Perception Survey Complaints and Compliments Consistent Financial Reporting Council budgets Council performance overview Cycle Lane Counter DataWorks analytics Indices of deprivation Libraries Poverty in Calderdale: selected statistics Traffic count Ward elections

Complaints and compliments We value the feedback we receive from our customers and use these to improve and inform our services. You can find more about our complaints procedures at Calderdale Council: Complaints and compliments. This dashboard uses the data available in the Complaints and compliments dataset to give an interactive view of the number and breakdown of the complaints and compliments...

Calderdale wards Calderdale is a metropolitan district, situated in the South Pennines between Greater Manchester, and Leeds and Bradford. Within England, it is one of the larger districts by area, but one of the smallest by population, covering the towns of Brighouse, Elland, Halifax, Hebden Bridge, Sowerby Bridge and Todmorden. The headline demographic statistics are: the district covers 140 square miles, or...

Census 2021 publications The Office for National Statistics (ONS) is releasing the data from Census 2021 in three phases. This began in Summer 2022 with the initial population data. These are links to all the main data sets and publications. We are also publishing links to data sets, reports and other publications using Census 2021 data on Calderdale elsewhere on DataWorks. These...

Libraries We have several datasets on the libraries within the Calderdale borough. This dashboard brings together the data on visits, issues and events including the libraries closed in 2020. The full set of datasets can be found at Calderdale Libraries datasets.

Council performance overview We want to deliver services effectively and within budget, achieving the best outcomes possible for our residents. We compare our performance to other local areas, the country as a whole, and to similar borough councils in England (called Statistical neighbours). We have three corporate priority work areas: Climate action, Reducing inequalities, and Strong thriving towns and places. 2024...

Council Performance Overview dashboard: indicator definitions and comparator groups Indicator definitions; Comparator groups; Contact. The indicators listed on this page are used to measure the Council’s performance, see Council performance overview dashboard. Indicator definitions To ensure that we have good quality data that meets quality standards, each indicator needs to be properly defined at the outset. This requires each indicator to have an indicator initiation form,...

Projects, events and interactive visualisations Find out more about some of our data, use the interactive visualisations and get involved in planned events and innovations using open data. Ward profiles Dashboards Census 2021 Open Innovations Poverty dashboards Climate emergency Calderdale population statistics We are Calderdale Indices of Deprivation Open data saves lives The Data City COVID impact assessment Schools Ward explorer Air quality Working with universities Local elections Data mapper Business rates Active Calderdale Energy performance certificates Council spending explorer Digital strategy LCR Infrastructure map West...

Poverty in Calderdale: selected statistics An explanation of how to use this dashboard, the terms used and data sources can be found at Anti poverty dashboard and guide and glossary. For further information on any of the information within this set of dashboards, please contact performance.businessintelligence@calderdale.gov.uk. See also Office for National Statistics (ONS): Cost of living tool.