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  • Updated 4 years ago

    GLA Key Performance Indicators

    Greater London Authority (GLA)
    The Business Plan 2013/14 established for the first time a suite of GLA Key Performance Indicators (KPI) closely linked to Mayoral priorities. These statistics show KPI performance, together with targets, forecasts and traffic light ratings. There are two traffic light ratings for each KPI: First, a backward looking traffic light assessing performance to date. Green indicates that performance is meeting or exceeding targets; amber that...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Physically Active Children, Borough

    Department for Education
    Percentage of school children who spend a minimum of two hours each week on high quality Physical Education and school sport within and beyond the curriculum. There is the potential for error in the collection, collation and interpretation of the data (bias may be introduced due to poor response rates and selective opt out of larger children which it is not possible to control for). TNS Social Research: Annual Survey of School S...
  • Updated 5 years ago

    Active People Survey KPI Data, Borough

    Sport England
    Key Performance Indicators from Active People Survey (APS). Data on volunteering, club membership, tuition, organised sport, competition, satisfaction with local sports provision, for local authorities, based on Active People Survey. KPI 1 Participation is defined as taking part on at least 3 days a week in moderate intensity sport and active recreation (at least 12 days in the last 4 weeks) for at least 30 minutes continuously in any...
  • Updated 9 years ago

    Physically Active Children

    Department for Education
    Percentage of school children who spend a minimum of two hours each week on high quality PE and school sport within and beyond the curriculum. There is the potential for error in the collection, collation and interpretation of the data (bias may be introduced due to poor response rates and selective opt out of larger children which it is not possible to control for). The percentage of children attending state schools belonging to a Sc...