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Start Living Through Learning

‘Start Living Through Learning’ tells the story of what is working in developing projects and social enterprises which will continue engage those who are hard to reach in learning valued by the community. It illustrates perfectly how funding invested can be made to count for many times its face value. We hope this document illustrates what can be achieved through partnership and stimulates further innovation.

Areas with higher Learning and Skills Needs

Indices of Deprivation 2010 at Lower layer Super Output Area (LSOA) level were published by the Department for Communities and Local Government. Surrey Lifelong Learning Partnership is particularly interested in the domains for Education, Skills and Training, Employment and Income. Listed below are the ten areas that score poorly in these three domains. New data for 2015 is being analysed to see how the picture has changed.

We also meet with partners and review other research and intelligence relation to learning needs with a view to identifying barriers to learning and gaps in provision.

Education, Training and Skills Employment Income
Holmwoods 011D Sheerwater 004F Lakeview 005B
Sheerwater 004F Ockford Ridge 010A Sheerwater 004F
Westborough 012D Merstham, Reigate and Banstead 008A Merstham, Reigate and Banstead 008A
Ash Wharf 012D Lakeview 005B Westborough 012D
Farnham Upper Hale 002E Stanwell North 001B Walton Ambleside, Elmbridge 008A
Old Dean 006C Court 005A Redhill West 010A
Westborough 012C Redhill West 010E Upper Hale 002E
Binscome 005C Court 007A Court 007A
Horley West 016E St Michaels, Surrey Heath 008A Ruxley 002C
Englefield Green West 002F Westborough 012D Old Dean 004A