How Well Do You Know Portsmouth
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  • 1. How well do you know Portsmouth?
    • Starter:
    • Write down your favourite place in Portsmouth. Explain why you have chosen it.
    • Write down you least favourite place in Portsmouth. Explain why.
    Image by Flickr user: Hey Bert2332, Bert, 2332, B23, Made available under Creative Commons
  • 2.
    • Starter:
    • Write down your favourite place in Portsmouth. Explain why you have chosen it.
    • Write down you least favourite place in Portsmouth. Explain why.
  • 3. Photo Flickr user: Kaptain Kobold Made available by Creative Commons Geography Detectives!
    • Your team has stumbled on some mystery information!
    • Your job is to use this information to complete the challenge.
    • For your information (or data):
      • Find at least 1 photo that matches that place
      • Match the correct name to the data
      • Put your location on the map of Portsmouth
    • You will need to explain your decisions. Make a note of them in your book.
    • Need some help? Head to the blog: http://priorygeography.wordpress.com
  • 4. Mystery Area 1 Data Mystery Place Portsmouth Average Explanation % of Christian people 61% 68% All people who stated their current religion was Christian. % of Muslim 4% 2% All people who stated their current religion was Muslim. General Health = Good 72% 68% All people who described their general health in the 12 months before Census day as 'Good'. Full time workers 39% 42% All people aged 16 to 74 who had a full time job Unemployed 3% 3% All people aged 16 to 74 who were unemployed. Retired 9% 12% Number of students and school pupils 225 3,375 All full-time students and schoolchildren aged 16 to 17. Students studying away from home are counted at their 'term-time' address. Number of households 5,944 78,719 A household is defined as comprising one person living alone, or a group of people (not necessarily related) living at the same address. Owner occupied houses 67% 64% Houses that are owned by the people who live in them. Rented council houses 1% 13% All households counted which were council rented. People aged 16-74 with no qualifications 18% 28% All people aged 16 to 74 with no formal qualifications. People aged 16-74 with Level 4/5 qualification 26% 18% Level 4/5 qualifications cover: First Degree, Higher Degree, NVQ levels 4 and 5; HNC; HND; Qualified Teacher Status; Qualified Medical Doctor; Qualified Dentist; Qualified Nurse; Midwife; or Health Visitor.
  • 5. Mystery Area 2 Data Mystery Place Portsmouth Explanation % of Christian people 62% 68% All people who stated their current religion was Christian. % of Muslim 6% 2% All people who stated their current religion was Muslim. General Health = Good 65% 68% All people who described their general health in the 12 months before Census day as 'Good'. Full time workers 34% 42% All people aged 16 to 74 who had a full time job Unemployed 4% 3% All people aged 16 to 74 who were unemployed. Retired 12% 12% Number of students and school pupils 180 3,375 All full-time students and schoolchildren aged 16 to 17. Students studying away from home are counted at their 'term-time' address. Number of households 5,886 78,719 A household is defined as comprising one person living alone, or a group of people (not necessarily related) living at the same address. Owner occupied houses 42% 64% Houses that are owned by the people who live in them. Rented council houses 23% 13% All households counted which were council rented. People aged 16-74 with no qualifications 25% 28% All people aged 16 to 74 with no formal qualifications. People aged 16-74 with Level 4/5 qualification 24% 18% Level 4/5 qualifications cover: First Degree, Higher Degree, NVQ levels 4 and 5; HNC; HND; Qualified Teacher Status; Qualified Medical Doctor; Qualified Dentist; Qualified Nurse; Midwife; or Health Visitor.
  • 6. Mystery Area 3 Data Mystery Place Portsmouth Explanation % of Christian people 60% 68% All people who stated their current religion was Christian. % of Muslim 4% 2% All people who stated their current religion was Muslim. General Health = Good 68% 68% All people who described their general health in the 12 months before Census day as 'Good'. Full time workers 43% 42% All people aged 16 to 74 who had a full time job Unemployed 4% 3% All people aged 16 to 74 who were unemployed. Retired 10% 12% Number of students and school pupils 128 3,375 All full-time students and schoolchildren aged 16 to 17. Students studying away from home are counted at their 'term-time' address. Number of households 5,597 78,719 A household is defined as comprising one person living alone, or a group of people (not necessarily related) living at the same address. Owner occupied houses 55% 64% Houses that are owned by the people who live in them. Rented council houses 1% 13% All households counted which were council rented. People aged 16-74 with no qualifications 17% 28% All people aged 16 to 74 with no formal qualifications. People aged 16-74 with Level 4/5 qualification 33% 18% Level 4/5 qualifications cover: First Degree, Higher Degree, NVQ levels 4 and 5; HNC; HND; Qualified Teacher Status; Qualified Medical Doctor; Qualified Dentist; Qualified Nurse; Midwife; or Health Visitor.
  • 7. Mystery Area 4 Data Mystery Place Portsmouth Explanation % of Christian people 60% 68% All people who stated their current religion was Christian. % of Muslim 4% 2% All people who stated their current religion was Muslim. General Health = Good 68% 68% All people who described their general health in the 12 months before Census day as 'Good'. Full time workers 43% 42% All people aged 16 to 74 who had a full time job Unemployed 4% 3% All people aged 16 to 74 who were unemployed. Retired 10% 12% Number of students and school pupils 128 3,375 All full-time students and schoolchildren aged 16 to 17. Students studying away from home are counted at their 'term-time' address. Number of households 5,597 78,719 A household is defined as comprising one person living alone, or a group of people (not necessarily related) living at the same address. Owner occupied houses 55% 64% Houses that are owned by the people who live in them. Rented council houses 1% 13% All households counted which were council rented. People aged 16-74 with no qualifications 17% 28% All people aged 16 to 74 with no formal qualifications. People aged 16-74 with Level 4/5 qualification 33% 18% Level 4/5 qualifications cover: First Degree, Higher Degree, NVQ levels 4 and 5; HNC; HND; Qualified Teacher Status; Qualified Medical Doctor; Qualified Dentist; Qualified Nurse; Midwife; or Health Visitor.
  • 8. Mystery Place 3 Average household income = £38,500
  • 9. Mystery Place 4 Average household income = £33,400
  • 10. Mystery Place 2 Average household income = £31,000
  • 11. Average household income = £33,200 Mystery Place 1