London's Poverty Profile has been created by one of London's largest charitable funders, Trust for London, and the independent think tank, New Policy Institute.
Early years development by borough
- Nine boroughs had at least 30% of 5 year olds getting a low development score, six of which were in the Inner East & South.
What does this map show?
At the borough level, Hackney and Brent had the highest proportion of five year olds, around 34%, with a low development score. These were closely followed by Waltham Forest, Haringey, where 33% of five year olds in each borough had a low score. In total, nine boroughs had at least 30% of 5 year olds getting a low score, six of which were in the Inner East & South.
For comparison with rest of the country, see the indicator on development by free school meal status.
NOTE: The data on this page may not be the most recent available because this indicator was not updated in our most recent report, published in October 2015. Nevertheless, we have chosen to keep the page live because it tells an important story about poverty in London, and the general pattern described here is unlikely to have changed significantly.
Indicator last updated: 2 December 2015
- GCSE attainment over time
- GCSE attainment by borough and FSM status
- The change in the FSM gap
- GCSE attainment and ethnicity
- 19 year-olds lacking qualifications
- 19 year-olds lacking a Level 3 qualification by borough
- Post-school destination of pupils
- 25 to 49 year-olds lacking a Level 3 qualification
- London's pupil demography
- English speaking by age and gender
- Attainment at age 11 by borough
- Attainment at age 11 by gender and free school meal status
- Not in education employment or training - 'NEETs'
- Early years development by free school meal status
Explore by topic:
Explore by Borough:
- Barking and Dagenham
- City of London
- Hammersmith and Fulham
- Kensington and Chelsea
- Kingston upon Thames
- Richmond upon Thames
- Tower Hamlets
- Waltham Forest