Year of arrival in the UK

Mnemonic (reference code): YR_ARRIVALPUK11

Type: Derived variable

Definition: The year of arrival in the UK is derived from the date that a person last arrived to live in the UK. Short visits away from the UK are not counted in determining the date that a person last arrived.

Applicability: Person

Classification:

Unemployment history

Mnemonic reference (code): UNEMPHISTPS11

Type: Derived variable

Definition: Unemployment history defines the year that a person last worked. People in full-time and part-time employment are not counted in this variable.

Applicability: Person

Classification:

Code

Name

Term-time address indicator

Mnemonic (reference code): TERMIND

Type: Primary variable

Definition: Indicates whether or not the address given for the household is the person’s term-time address. This question should only be answered by persons describing themselves as  full-time students.

Applicability: Person

Classification:

Tenure of household

Mnemonic (reference code): TENHUK11

Type: Derived variable

Definition: Tenure provides information about whether a household rents or owns the accommodation that it occupies and, if rented, combines this with information about the type of landlord who owns or manages the accommodation.

Applicability: Household

Classification:

Code

Students living away from home during term time (aged 4 and over)

Mnemonic (reference code): STAINDPUK11

Type: Derived variable

Definition: Schoolchildren and students in full-time education studying away from their family home are treated as usually resident at their term-time address. Basic demographic information only (name, sex, age, marital status and relationship) is collected at their non term-time address (their ‘home’ or ‘vacation’ address). The information on families, household size and household composition for their non term-time address does not include them.

English language proficiency, spoken

Mnemonic (reference code): LANGPRF

Note: This variable is also listed under the titles 'Proficiency in spoken English' and 'Language proficiency, spoken English'

Type: Primary variable

Definition: LANGPRF refers to how proficient people are in spoken English. People are asked to self-assess how well they can speak English and choose from the options 'Very well', 'Well', 'Not well' and 'Not at all'.

Applicability: Person

Classification:

Sex

Mnemonic (reference code): SEX

Type: Primary variable

Definition: The classification of a person as either male or female.

Applicability: Person

Classification:

Code

Name

1

Male

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