Health related data
Ealing school data is available on the LA reports section. The reports are behind an EGfL login. To obtain a user account, please email email@example.com (Ealing maintained schools and academies only).
National child measurement programme (NCMP)
Every year, as part of the NCMP, children in reception (aged 4-5 years) and year 6 (aged 10-11 years) have their height and weight measured during the school year to inform local planning and delivery of services for children; and gather population-level surveillance data to allow analysis of trends in growth patterns and obesity.
The NCMP also helps to increase public and professional understanding of weight issues in children and is a useful vehicle for engaging with children and families about healthy lifestyles and weight issues. The graphs compare the weight of reception and year 6 pupils in Ealing schools and are available to download on the LA reports section.
Health related behaviour survey (HRBS)
The HRBS reports as listed below are available on your school's page.
You can find this by searching for your school on the schools' directory.
To access the HRBS and other reports on your school's page you will need an EGfL user account with school reports permission. To obtain a username and password or access to school reports on your current login, please email firstname.lastname@example.org copying in your headteacher..
If you would like a copy of your individual school report please contact the health improvement team.
The seventh Ealing HRBS took place in October 2015 and a total of 11,929 pupils took part from 13 high schools and 62 primary schools.
Schools received their reports in January 2016 and these are available to download from your school page . See 2015/16 – then Other o) (see top of this page for further instructions).
Supporting the health of young people in Ealing (pdf)
Summary report of the HRBS 2015.
The child health profile Ealing (pdf) provides a snapshot of child health in this area.
It is designed to help the local authority and health services improve the health and wellbeing of children and tackle health inequalities.