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1 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health NCMP 2008/9 in the West Midlands Stacey Croft West Midlands Public Health Observatory 20/10/2010

2 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health NCMP 2008/9 Participation Data Quality Prevalence – Obesity by: Sex and Year Group, Ethnicity, Deprivation and Area Classification – Underweight by: Sex and Year Group, Ethnicity, Deprivation and Area Classification Changes between 2006/7, 2007/8 and 2008/9

3 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Participation in the West Midlands NCMP 2008/9 90.1% participation in England Participation was higher in Reception (91.2%) than in Year 6 (89.1%). The West Midlands overall participation rate has increased from 81% in 2006/7, to 86.5% in 2007/08 to 91.1% in 2008/ /9 participation in the West Midlands was higher for Reception (92.6%) than Year 6 children (89.6%). 2008/9 target participation was 85% In the following slides PCTs significantly different to the England average are highlighted with a ring.

4 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health WM PCTs Participation Rates ReceptionYear 6

5 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Data Quality Area% of records with no ethnicityvalid LSOA ENGLAND23.3%0.9% WEST MIDLANDS9.3%0.7% Birmingham East and North23.1%1.4% Coventry3.5%0.3% Dudley0.9%0.0% Heart of Birmingham5.8%4.1% Herefordshire36.7%0.3% North Staffordshire12.5%0.0% Sandwell1.3%1.1% Shropshire County33.0%0.3% Solihull1.0%0.6% South Birmingham1.3%0.6% South Staffordshire4.8%0.7% Stoke on Trent11.1%0.0% Telford and Wrekin17.2%0.3% Walsall0.6%0.0% Warwickshire19.7%0.3% Wolverhampton City4.8%0.2% Worcestershire3.5%0.2%

6 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Data Quality Area% of records with Height roundedWeight rounded ENGLAND 37.6%24.9% WEST MIDLANDS 36.9%21.3% Birmingham East and North 33.0%20.3% Coventry 22.8%19.6% Dudley 40.6%19.8% Heart of Birmingham 50.2%24.1% Herefordshire 23.6%14.1% North Staffordshire 43.2%25.6% Sandwell 30.6%19.3% Shropshire County 63.5%21.0% Solihull 28.7%19.5% South Birmingham 42.1%21.2% South Staffordshire 41.0%22.0% Stoke on Trent 40.0%17.7% Telford and Wrekin 19.1%18.3% Walsall 33.5%20.9% Warwickshire 31.3%20.1% Wolverhampton City 43.0%36.0% Worcestershire 31.5%20.3%

7 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Measuring Prevalence UK 1990, Population monitoring cut-offs – Underweight <=2 nd percentile – Healthy weight >2 nd and <85 th percentile – Overweight >=85 th and <95 th percentile – Obese >=95 th percentile

8 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health West Midlands Weight Prevalences West MidlandsEngland Under- weight Healthy Weight Over- weight Obese Under- weight Healthy Weight Over- weight Obese Reception Boys1.5%74.2%13.6%10.7%1.2%74.8%13.8%10.2% Girls0.9%76.9%12.7%9.5%0.8%77.7%21.5%8.9% All1.2%75.5%13.2%10.1%1.0%76.2%13.2%9.6% Year 6 Boys1.2%62.4%14.5%21.8%1.1%64.5%14.4%20.0% Girls1.9%66.1%14.5%17.5%1.6%67.7%14.2%16.5% All1.5%64.2%14.5%19.8%1.3%66.1%14.3%18.3%

9 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Obesity Prevalence by PCT ReceptionYear 6 © Crown Copyright. All rights reserved. DH

10 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Obesity by Sex in Reception BoysGirls

11 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Obesity by Sex in Year 6 BoysGirls

12 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Obesity by Deprivation ReceptionYear 6

13 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Obesity by Ethnicity ReceptionYear 6

14 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Obesity by Area Classification ReceptionYear 6

15 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Underweight Prevalence BoysGirls

16 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Underweight Prevalence in Year 6 BoysGirls

17 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Underweight by Deprivation ReceptionYear 6

18 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Underweight by Ethnicity ReceptionYear 6

19 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Underweight by Area Classification ReceptionYear 6

20 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Changes in Obesity Prevalence ReceptionYear 6

21 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Changes in Underweight Prevalence ReceptionYear 6

22 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Summary Participation has increased for the West Midlands overall, however 3 PCTs did not meet the 85% target for Year 6 Data quality – still some issues, particularly height rounding Children in Reception and Year 6 in the West Midlands are less likely to be a healthy weight than the England average. The West Midlands remains worse than the England average for both obesity and underweight in both year groups.

23 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Summary Obesity prevalence is high in every PCT in the West Midlands compared to the UK1990 standard Obesity is higher than the England average in several PCTs and very few PCTs have rate better than the national average Underweight prevalence is also high compared to England average, however it is better than the UK1990 standard There are differences across the West Midlands in underweight and obesity prevalences by deprivation, area classification and ethnicity (these are likely to be interrelated)

24 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Summary Some significant changes between 2006/7, 2007/8 and 2008/9 but these are not consistent. Too few years to predict a trend but suggests stabilising of previous rise in obesity

25 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Health Indicators for School Age Children: webpage

26 Data | Knowledge | Intelligence | Health Further Information West Midlands Public Health Observatory National Obesity Observatory Information Centre


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