Local Information System

How can the LIS help you find Data in Warwickshire?

Posted on 11th March 2016 by

What is the LIS? The Local Information System (LIS) is used to store and share Warwickshire data and statistics. We focus on the figures of Warwickshire, but we also have lots of comparative statistics on the surrounding sub-region (Coventry and Solihull), Local Enterprise Partnerships, the West Midlands region and national figures. We collect data from a […]

Latest Additions to the Local Information System – OCSI DataPack 3.7

Posted on 8th October 2015 by

Summary: Universal Credit Jobs Density (2013) DWP Benefit Updates (November 2014) National Insurance Number (NINo) registrations for overseas nationals (2014/15) Annual Population Survey updates (January – December 2014) New Datasets Universal Credit Figures on claimants of the new “Universal Credit” have recently been released by the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). We have monthly […]

Pupil Absences in Warwickshire (LIS Data Update #1)

Posted on 22nd September 2015 by

Pupil Absenteeism in Warwickshire A quick look at the figures shows that only 0.82% of absences are “unauthorised” in Warwickshire, compared with 1.10% for “unauthorised absences” in England (2013). The DataViews give much more detail, including persistent absenteeism and comparisons by gender, Free-School meal status and ethnicity. Did you know: Half a day a week missed […]