Compare average per pupil funding in your constituency with others and identify schools in your constituency that could have an annual increase or decrease (in real terms) in per pupil funding.
Examine constituency-level data on educational attainment using our interactive tool
Use the interactive dashboard to find constituency-level data on schools funding
The House of Commons Library’s Social Mobility Index by Constituency (SMIC) provides an indication of how likely a person from a disadvantaged background in each constituency is to progress to a higher social status later in life. The SMIC compares constituencies in England using 14 variables which represent four life stages: early years, school age, youth, and adulthood.
This page provides the Social Mobility Index by Constituency (SMIC) data. The SMIC provides local level estimates for Westminster Parliamentary constituencies in England. It is based on the indicators and methodology used in the social mobility index by local authority published by the Social Mobility Commission. The House of Commons Library’s SMIC provides constituency level