1924 Yajome St., Napa. 800.599.8323. The lesson was clear: boo, socialism; hurray, unfettered free market capitalism. In October 1946 my turn for demobilisation came and during my demob leave I had my 22nd birthday, being duly promoted Lieutenant RNVR. It was during that leave that I met my dear wife Milly, who had received a Defence Medal for her service in the ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service the name for the women’s section of the army). But that is a different story and a very happy one; if we had not met, you would not be here! I send you all our love and hope your lives are just as enjoyable..
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Revealed: University entry rates for school leavers in each Bath neighbourhoodYoung people have shockingly different chances of going to university depending on which ward they live in14:29, 22 NOV 2017Updated17:44, 22 NOV 2017Rich and poor live in close proximity in Bath Get Daily updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailYour child’s chance of going to university depends on whereabouts they live in Bath with an eight fold difference between the richest and poorest areas.And now we can reveal the exact likelihood of access to university for school leavers in each of the 16 wards in the city (see bar graph below).Twerton councillor Joe Rayment (Labour) discovered Bath’s “upsetting” disparity in local youth participation in higher education when he analysed the latest figures from the Higher Education Funding Council for England.He found that just 12.1 per cent of young people in Twerton go on to university, compared with 100 per cent of those in Lansdown, Widcombe and Bathwick a gap of 87.9 per cent.No other constituency had a bigger gap, making Bath the most unequal of 573 constituencies in England and Wales in terms of school leavers going on to higher education.Bath school leavers’ chances of going to university by wardJust over 12 per cent of young people in Twerton go to university a massive contrast to other areas of BathThe news emerged as Bath and North East Somerset Council must decide when to introduce a national funding formula that would see some schools in deprived areas miss out on needs based funding next year or in two years’ time.Bath schools in areas of worst poverty likely to get less funding from next yearThe Higher Education Funding Council for England’s latest data on the likelihood of young people to go to university was released last month.It estimates the proportion of young people from each constituency who have gone on to higher education.Bath’s east west divide: The city’s wards are colour coded based on their rates of university entry, with red being lowest, blue being highest, and pink and yellow falling in between(Image: Higher Education Funding Council for England)The figures relate to young people aged 15 at the start of the school years that began from autumn 2006 to autumn 2011, and hence who could have entered higher education between the academic years 2009 10 and 2013 14 aged 18 or between 2010 11 and 2014 15 aged 19.Mr Rayment has said it is “upsetting” to see the growing gap between rich and poor and called for action on inequality.Bath headteachers warn of deepening school ‘funding crisis’ without budget boost”There is no reason why children who grow up just a stone’s throw from each other should have such different chances in life,” he said.”I refuse to believe that anyone thinks children on one side of Bath are ten times smarter than they are on the other side.”The Bath Chronicle has launched a WhatsApp group to help you keep up to date with the latest news. If you’d like to receive breaking news alerts, save the number 07939 497390 to your phone we recommend saving the contact as ‘Bath Chronicle News’ then send the word NEWS to us via WhatsApp. We will send you a maximum of four messages a day and your phone number won’t be shared with other members of the group or used for any other purpose..