The Office of National Statistics (ONS) conception statistics show local progress in reducing teenage pregnancies. These statistics are part of a well-established series, which are compiled by combining information from birth registrations and abortion notifications.
These include under-18 and under-16 conception data by local authority in England, an analysis spreadsheet on under-18 conceptions by top-tier local authority, and an explanation of the sources and definitions used by ONS to compile the data.
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This spreadsheet includes provisional 2009 conception data for LAs and updates the spreadsheet produced by DfE Teenage Pregnancy Unit in June 2010.
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Under-18 conceptions (numbers and rates) and outcome, 1998-2010
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Blackpool local authority case study on the activity and outcomes data that related directly to preventing teenage pregnancy and support for teenage parents.
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Case study about Croydon Children & Families Partnership: Be Healthy Sub Group which oversees the development and delivery of the local teenage pregnancy strategy.
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Case study about East Sussex County Council, working in partnership with public health to continue the prevention and support programme on teenage pregnancy for children and young people.
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Case study by Enfield’s Teenage Pregnancy Unit which collects performance data on 22 aspects of Enfield’s teenage pregnancy related work.
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Case study about Warwickshire’s Respect Yourself Campaign which provides young people with the skills to build positive relationships, resist the pressure to have sex too early, and to make positive, informed choices about their sexual health and well-being.
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