The Stats Employment amongst 16-64 age group Qualifications Looked after children in the Wolds & Dale Pocklington WardWeighton Ward Working 38hpw +Male: 81% Female: 33.5% Male: 78.5% Female: 38.6% Unemployed27.7%29.7% Pocklington WardWeighton Ward No Qualifications24.8%26.6% Home Location35 Placement Location24
Arts Status Community Dance Teacher Community Musician Arts workshops Visiting professionals High quality resources & equipment Enhanced opportunities for primary school pupils in the arts Access to varied programme in the arts Delivered in the primary schools & at Woldgate
Challenges Rural isolation Restricted access to services & transport Lack of available space in school Neglected or run-down village halls Financial viability Measures of deprivation Red tape Numbers on role
Childcare There are over 900 childcare places in the Wolds & Dale area Bishop Wilton is the only village with a school which has no childcare places at all Targets Link schools to existing childcare provision Develop the childminding network Work closely with Early Years to explore alternative ways of meeting childcare targets Primary schools to deliver or signpost to wraparound childcare from 8am-6pm by 2010
Funding Allocation of local funding streams 2004-2005 Develop Local Profile to highlight needs Publicise existing funding streams Ensure existing funding is spent effectively Identify further funding streams Tap into other services funding streams or budgets for delivery HaltempriceHoldernessBeverleyBridlington % of total 13.813.715.117.1 DriffieldGooleWolds & Dale 13.818.77.8
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