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  1. July 2013 Child Measurement Programme for Wales Report 2011/12 Insert name of presentation on Master Slide

  2. Child Measurement Programme for Wales Report 2011/12 • This is the first report of the Child Measurement Programme for Wales. Thereport provides high level findings from the measurement of children in reception year (age four to five) during the academic year 2011/12. • Prevalence is described by key categories, including underweight, healthy weight, overweight but not obese, and obese. These categories are based on body mass index thresholds, taking account of age and gender. • This first report of the Child Measurement Programme represents a transitional year of data collection, as standardisation was incomplete during this year. This may have an impact on data quality which is expected to be resolved in future years; it is most likely to affect reported participation and withdrawal rates as well as findings in areas where participation is low. Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  3. Using these slides • These slides accompany the Child Measurement for Wales Report 2011/12. • These slides are a resource to demonstrate examples of findings from the Child Measurement for Wales Report 2011/12. • The presentation can be used as a whole or as individual slides. • Please acknowledge the work of the Child Measurement Programme when using these slides. Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  4. Index • Prevalence of weight categories for boys and girls by local authority: slide 6 • Healthy weight or underweight: slides 7 to 10 • Overweight or obese: slides 11 to 14 • Obese: slides 15 to 17 • Participation: slides 18 to 20 • Frequency distributions: slides 21 to 26 Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

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  6. Weight categories: local authorities Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  7. Healthy weight or underweight: local authorities Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  8. Healthy weight or underweight: health boards and deprivation fifths Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  9. Healthy weight or underweight Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  10. Healthy weight Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  11. Overweight or obese: local authorities Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  12. Overweight or obese: health boards and deprivation fifths Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  13. Overweight or obese Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  14. Overweight or obese: regional comparison Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  15. Obese: local authorities Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  16. Obese: health boards and deprivation fifths Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  17. Obese Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  18. Participation: local authorities Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  19. Participation: health boards and deprivation fifths Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  20. Participation: regional comparison Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  21. Weight distribution in boys Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  22. Weight distribution in girls Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  23. Height distribution in boys Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  24. Height distribution in girls Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  25. BMI distribution in boys Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  26. BMI distribution in girls Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12

  27. Acknowledgements Report Authors: Dr Ciarán Humphreys, Dr Elvira Garcia and Rosalind Causey (Public Health Wales) Data extraction: LouiseRichards (NHS Wales Informatics Service) Data analysis: HollyWalsh (lead analyst), Dr Gareth Davies, Andrea Gartner, Dee Hickey, Rhys Gibbon (Public Health Wales Observatory)  Acknowledgements: Thanks to members of the Child Measurement Programme for Wales Steering Group and Programme Board. Our thanks to families and children who partook in the Programme and to staff who have supported the Programme across Wales. Child Measurement Programme for Wales 2011/12