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Using Census data to generate a UK-wide measure of disadvantage - Appendix 1 (England)

Appendix 1: English domiciled full-time first degree entrants aged 18 to 20 in the academic year 2011/12

Please note: totals may not align as expected in some instances due to the exclusion of missing data.

Table A1: Cross-tabulation of HESA measure and POLAR

 

POLAR quintile 2 to 5 (%)

POLAR quintile 1 (%)

Total

HESA measure quintile 2 to 5

94.0

6.0

241,985

HESA measure quintile 1

55.7

44.3

26,530

Table A2: Cross-tabulation of HESA measure and IMD

 

IMD quintile 2 to 5 (%)

IMD quintile 1 (%)

Total

HESA measure quintile 2 to 5

92.4

7.6

242,125

HESA measure quintile 1

32.8

67.2

26,535

Table A3: Geographic distribution of quintile 1 students by region of domicile and measure of disadvantage (%)

 

HESA measure quintile 1

POLAR quintile 1

IMD quintile 1

North East

8.1

7.6

5.1

North West

22.3

16.3

21.1

Yorkshire and The Humber

15.0

13.1

11.0

East Midlands

10.0

10.8

5.9

West Midlands

19.4

13.0

15.9

East of England

7.7

11.5

4.4

London

6.2

1.4

28.7

South East

6.6

16.2

4.4

South West

4.8

10.3

3.5

Total

26,535

26,355

36,230

Table A4: Geographic distribution of most disadvantaged students by local authority (top 50 by proportion) – Quintile 1 of HESA measure (%)

Local authority

Quintile 1 of HESA measure (%)

Birmingham

6.9

Bradford

2.8

Leicester

2.5

Liverpool

2.1

Manchester

2.1

Sandwell

2.1

Leeds

1.7

Sheffield

1.6

Kirklees

1.6

Walsall

1.6

County Durham

1.5

Stoke-on-Trent

1.4

Bolton

1.4

Sunderland

1.4

Wolverhampton

1.4

Rochdale

1.2

Oldham

1.2

Wakefield

1.2

Doncaster

1.2

Coventry

1.1

Dudley

1.1

Kingston upon Hull, City of

1.1

Tameside

1.1

Knowsley

1.0

Nottingham

1.0

Rotherham

0.9

Wirral

0.9

Blackburn with Darwen

0.9

Luton

0.9

Sefton

0.9

Salford

0.8

Wigan

0.8

Derby

0.8

Barnsley

0.8

Halton

0.8

Newcastle upon Tyne

0.7

Barking and Dagenham

0.7

Enfield

0.7

Pendle

0.6

Preston

0.6

Calderdale

0.6

Peterborough

0.6

St. Helens

0.6

Plymouth

0.6

Cornwall

0.6

Blackpool

0.6

Stockton-on-Tees

0.6

Middlesbrough

0.6

Cheshire West and Chester

0.6

Ealing / South Tyneside

0.5

Table A5: Geographic distribution of most disadvantaged students by local authority (top 50 by proportion) – Quintile 1 of POLAR (%)

Local authority

Quintile 1 of POLAR (%)

Birmingham

2.4

Liverpool

2.1

Leeds

2.0

Bristol, City of

1.8

Sheffield

1.8

Manchester

1.7

Stoke-on-Trent

1.7

Doncaster

1.6

Wakefield

1.3

County Durham

1.3

Nottingham

1.3

Kingston upon Hull, City of

1.3

Barnsley

1.2

Sunderland

1.1

Southampton

1.1

Wirral

1.0

Portsmouth

1.0

Halton

1.0

King's Lynn and West Norfolk

0.9

Dudley

0.9

Plymouth

0.9

Thurrock

0.9

Knowsley

0.9

Tameside

0.9

Medway

0.9

Walsall

0.9

Basildon

0.8

South Gloucestershire

0.8

Wigan

0.8

Cheshire West and Chester

0.8

Bradford

0.8

Derby

0.8

Northampton

0.8

Sandwell

0.7

Swindon

0.7

Norwich

0.7

Northumberland

0.7

Rotherham

0.7

Brighton and Hove

0.7

Stockton-on-Tees

0.7

Salford

0.7

Coventry

0.7

Thanet

0.7

Ipswich

0.6

Ashfield

0.6

Telford and Wrekin

0.6

Peterborough

0.6

Wolverhampton

0.6

Nuneaton and Bedworth

0.6

Middlesbrough / Poole

0.6

Table A6: Geographic distribution of most disadvantaged students by local authority (top 50 by proportion) – Quintile 1 of IMD (%)

Local authority

Quintile 1 of IMD (%)

Birmingham

7.6

Manchester

3.3

Liverpool

2.7

Bradford

2.4

Tower Hamlets

2.2

Newham

2.1

Hackney

1.9

Haringey

1.8

Southwark

1.8

Leeds

1.8

Enfield

1.7

Sandwell

1.7

Barking and Dagenham

1.5

Lewisham

1.5

Waltham Forest

1.4

Leicester

1.4

Sheffield

1.4

Lambeth

1.4

Wolverhampton

1.3

Ealing

1.2

Bolton

1.2

Nottingham

1.2

Walsall

1.2

Croydon

1.1

Islington

1.1

Brent

1.1

Kirklees

1.1

Rochdale

1.0

Greenwich

1.0

Stoke-on-Trent

1.0

Westminster

1.0

Coventry

1.0

Knowsley

0.9

Wirral

0.9

Oldham

0.9

County Durham

0.9

Sefton

0.9

Salford

0.8

Tameside

0.8

Bristol, City of

0.8

Camden

0.8

Sunderland

0.7

Derby

0.7

Blackburn with Darwen

0.7

Luton

0.7

Kingston upon Hull, City of

0.7

Hammersmith and Fulham

0.7

Wakefield

0.7

Kensington and Chelsea

0.6

Newcastle upon Tyne

0.6

Table A7: Distribution of quintile 1 students by urban-rural classification and measure of disadvantage

 

HESA measure quintile 1

POLAR quintile 1

IMD quintile 1

Rural hamlets and isolated dwellings

0.2

0.9

0.2

Rural hamlets and isolated dwellings in a sparse setting

0.0

0.0

0.0

Rural town and fringe 

3.9

3.9

1.4

Rural town and fringe in a sparse setting

0.3

0.1

0.1

Rural village

0.7

1.1

0.2

Rural village in a sparse setting

0.1

0.0

0.0

Urban city and town in a sparse setting

0.3

0.2

0.1

Urban city and town  

42.5

60.0

28.7

Urban major conurbation 

46.5

26.3

65.2

Urban minor conurbation

5.6

7.4

4.2

Total

26,535

26,355

36,230

Table A8: Distribution of quintile 1 students by NSSEC and measure of disadvantage

 

HESA measure quintile 1

POLAR quintile 1

IMD quintile 1

NSSEC groups 1 or 2

22.3

32.5

25.3

NSSEC groups 3 to 8

55.4

49.7

50.2

Missing information

22.3

17.9

24.5

Total

26,535

26,355

36,230

Table A9: Distribution of quintile 1 students by parental education and measure of disadvantage

 

HESA measure quintile 1

POLAR quintile 1

IMD quintile 1

Parent has HE qualification

20.7

28.1

25.8

Parent doesn't have HE qualification

56.5

50.8

50.8

Don't know

8.9

8.7

9.1

Information refused

13.9

12.3

14.3

No response given

0.0

0.0

0.0

Total

26,535

26,355

36,230

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