The Children Service's Information Tool (CSIT) outlines information about the well-being of children and young people, in terms of their health, safety, achievement, behaviour and economic wellbeing, and shows where these combine to increase the likelihood of poor outcomes. These relate directly to the 5 key outcomes defined in Section 10 of the Children’s Act:
The CSIT map can be accessed by clicking at the link below:
CSIT Map (Single Map)
The CSIT has been created using Instant Atlas, an interactive mapping tool used to profile an area using tables, maps, bar charts and time series charts. The CSIT map has data for Poole on each of the Children and Young People Needs Analysis indicators, along with data from the Indices of Deprivation 2010, Child Well-Being Index 2009 and Child Benefit data at Lower Layer Super Output Area (LSOA), Children’s Centre Area and Ward Area.
Instant Atlas is relatively easy to use, but to get the most out of the product you are advised to look at the short help file available within the application. Any feedback on the content, layout and ease of use of Instant Atlas would be most helpful, and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org