Data set from Attendance in education and early years settings during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic

Table 1 - Daily attendance in education settings during COVID19 outbreak

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Theme
COVID-19
Publication
Attendance in education and early years settings during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Release type
Geographic levels
National
Indicators
  • % of pupils with a SW attending in all state-funded schools
  • % of pupils with a SW attending in fully open state-funded schools
  • % of pupils with an EHCP attending in all state-funded schools
Filters
  • Date
Time period
2020 Week 37 to 2020 Week 41

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Table showing first 5 rows, from underlying data
time_periodtime_identifiergeographic_levelcountry_codecountry_namedateresponse_rate_state_schoolsnumber_state_schools_respondednumber_open_state_schoolsproportion_open_state_schoolsnumber_fully_open_state_schoolsproportion_fully_open_state_schoolsnumber_children_attending_state_schoolsproportion_children_attending_state_schoolsnumber_children_attending_fully_open_state_schoolsproportion_children_attending_fully_open_state_schoolsNumber_pupils_with_SW_attending_state_funded_schools%_pupils_with_SW_attending_state_funded_schoolsNumber_pupils_with_SW_attending_fully_open_state-funded_schools%_pupils_with_SW_attending_in_fully_open_state-funded_schoolsNumber_pupils_with_EHCP_attending_state-funded_schools%_pupils_with_EHCP_attending_state-funded_schoolsNumber_pupils_with_EHCP_attending_fully_open_state-funded_schools%_pupils_with_EHCP_attending_fully_open_state-funded_schools
2020Week 37NationalE92000001England09/09/202071153002160099.91970090.9714800087657800090.3--------
2020Week 37NationalE92000001England10/09/202073158002160099.92000092.4723100088674700090--------
2020Week 37NationalE92000001England11/09/202073157002160099.92010092.7713000086.8669900088.713300082.21250008423200080.921700083.3
2020Week 38NationalE92000001England14/09/202075162002160099.92050094.8711800086.4676800087.413300082.212600083.223100080.721800082.5
2020Week 38NationalE92000001England15/09/202076164002160099.92040094.4714500086.7674500087.713300081.81250008323100080.521700082.3

Variables in this data set

Table showing first 5 of 19 variables
Variable nameVariable description
%_pupils_with_EHCP_attending_fully_open_state-funded_schools% of pupils with an EHCP attending in fully open state-funded schools
%_pupils_with_EHCP_attending_state-funded_schools% of pupils with an EHCP attending in all state-funded schools
%_pupils_with_SW_attending_in_fully_open_state-funded_schools% of pupils with a SW attending in fully open state-funded schools
%_pupils_with_SW_attending_state_funded_schools% of pupils with a SW attending in all state-funded schools
dateDate

Footnotes

  1. Pupils with a social worker are considered ‘children in need’. Our analysis after adjusting for non-response suggests that schools may be under-reporting the number of children with a social worker when compared to the most recently published children in need statistics. Therefore these estimates only account for pupils with a social worker that are identified by schools.
  2. The following education settings are included: academies (including free schools and studio schools), local authority maintained schools (excluding local authority nursery schools), non-maintained special schools, alternative provision and university technical colleges.
  3. On Wednesday 7th October, a burst water pipe in East London resulted in a number of schools closing.
  4. On 25 September and 2 October, 1% of state-funded schools reported an inset or training. Schools or colleges with inset or training days are considered as 'open' but not 'fully open'.
  5. All figures are adjusted for non-response. See accompanying document for full methodology.
  6. Schools are considered fully open if they are able to provide face-to-face teaching for all pupils on roll for the whole school day and they have not asked a group of pupils to self-isolate. School guidance states that where pupils are unable to attend school because they are complying with clinical or public health advice, schools are expected to be able to immediately offer them access to remote education.

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