The following resources use data from the 2011 Census to explore areas of England and Wales for a diverse range of variables.
2011 Census Map Analysis
Map User Guide - The resources listed on this page use interactive maps to obtain the relevant statistics. The user guide gives a step by step reference to these tools.
England and Wales have data
- Population Worksheet - Starter
- Population Worksheet - Starter Answers
- Population Worksheet - Main Lesson + Starter Answers
- Religion Worksheet - Starter
- Religion Worksheet - Starter Answers
- Religion Worksheet - Main Lesson + Starter Answers
Should I stay or should I go?
This resource encourages students to consider what they would like to do after they leave school. The students firstly answer a short online questionnaire which decides which of the two resources are best suited to the student (University or Give us a job). The students then complete the resource and answer a final questionnaire to see if completing the resource has changed their preferences. For students that change their mind, their is the option to complete the alternative resource afterwards.
Part 1 - Initial Questionnaire
Part 2 - Complete one of the following resource suggested in the initial questionnaire.
Part 3 - Summary Questionnaire
The quiz questions are based on data from the 2001 and 2011 Censuses for England and Wales. Test your and your students’ knowledge.
The quiz requires a 3 digit School LEA code and a 4 digit School Establishment code, these can be found on EDUBASE, if you just wish to test the quiz you may use the test codes 100 and 9999. The two versions below are exactly the same but display differently.
This card game gets pupils to investigate the 2011 Census data to match cards on ethnicity, population, religion and travel to six different areas. There is also the option for pupils to make their own Top Trumps game to play using the Census data.