A range of fun and engaging teaching resources are now live as part of this year’s award-winning Let’s Count! campaign for primary schools.
The hugely successful census primary school campaign Let’s Count! is heading back to classrooms across England and Wales for 2022.
A fantastic 97% of households across England and Wales responded to Census 2021 to ensure they count when it comes to local services - and almost 90% of them did so online.
Your last chance to complete Census 2021 online is just a few days away, with the electronic questionnaire closing on Monday 24 May.
Ysgol Gynradd Gymraeg Tonyrefail in Rhondda Cynon Taf has won new STEM equipment and the chance to announce the Census 2021 results.
St Alban’s CE Primary School in Hampshire has won new STEM equipment and the chance to announce the Census 2021 results.
The response to Census 2021 has exceeded all expectations, with 97 per cent of households across England and Wales making sure they count.
There has been a great response to Census 2021, but it is important everyone is counted and that includes students.
The Office for National Statistics dispels some common myths around Census 2021.
There has been a fantastic response to Census 2021. Nine out of ten households across England and Wales have completed their questionnaire – but everyone must take part.
There has been a great response to Census 2021, but to make sure it is an Easter bunny and not a census field officer who visits this weekend, crack on and submit your questionnaire now.
Census Day was Sunday 21 March, but it is vital those who have not yet completed, do so as soon as possible.
Following a year like no other, 22 purple plaques - one for each census that has taken place to date - have been awarded to community heroes up and down the country.
The census is almost upon us and, for the first time, people will be able to say if they are a veteran of the armed forces.
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