Data set from Longer term destinations

Local authority longer term destinations

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Destinations data for students leaving key stage 4 by different geography levels, characteristics groups, provider types and qualification levels at 3 points in time (1, 3 and 5 years) after finishing compulsory schooling.


Data set details

Theme
Destination of pupils and students
Publication
Longer term destinations
Release type
Geographic levels
Local authority, Regional
Indicators
  • Activity not captured
  • Further education
  • Higher education
Filters
  • Data type
  • Destination year
  • Institution group
Time period
2012/13 to 2013/14

Data set preview

Table showing first 5 rows, from underlying data
time_periodtime_identifiergeographic_levelcountry_codecountry_nameregion_coderegion_nameold_la_codenew_la_codela_namedestination_yearinstitution_groupinstitution_typecharacteristic_groupcharacteristicdata_typeversioncohortoveralleducationhefesfc_and_ssfother_eduapprenall_workall_notsustall_unknown
201314Academic yearRegionalE92000001EnglandE12000006East of Englandyear 1State-funded mainstream schoolsTotalGenderMaleNumber of pupilsExperimental3168629924274540116241561521515599111547215
201314Academic yearRegionalE92000001EnglandE12000007Londonyear 1State-funded mainstream schoolsTotalGenderMaleNumber of pupilsExperimental37255347873347809896234632707565531942526
201314Academic yearRegionalE92000001EnglandE13000001Inner Londonyear 1State-funded mainstream schoolsTotalGenderMaleNumber of pupilsExperimental11511105611026303096709983153145749201
201314Academic yearLocal authorityE92000001England806E06000002Middlesbroughyear 1State-funded mainstream schoolsTotalGenderMaleNumber of pupilsExperimental670598521032919114631639
201314Academic yearLocal authorityE92000001England808E06000004Stockton-on-Teesyear 1State-funded mainstream schoolsTotalGenderMaleNumber of pupilsExperimental10781005908057932726037703

Variables in this data set

Table showing first 5 of 15 variables
Variable nameVariable description
all_notsustNot recorded as a sustained destination
all_unknownActivity not captured
all_workSustained employment destination
apprenSustained apprenticeships
characteristicStudent characteristic

Footnotes

  1. The following symbols have been used in this publication: (0) zero ( c ) small number suppressed to preserve confidentiality or for accountability reasons ( z ) not applicable ( ~ ) positive % less than 0.5
  2. Activity not captured: means the young person wasn’t found to have any participation in education or employment, had made no claim to out-of-work benefits and was not recorded NEET.
  3. Numbers of pupils in the Disadvantage Status breakdown have been rounded to the nearest 5 to preserve confidentiality. Values of 1 and 2 are represented by the "~" symbol.
  4. Not recorded as a sustained destination: includes pupils who did not sustain a destination from October to March but had some participation between August and July. It also includes pupils who had no participation in education or employment but had claimed out-of-work benefits or were recorded NEET by their local authority between August and July
  5. Prior attainment: achievement level at key stage 4 (level 2).
  6. Note that employment figures showed an increase between 2013/14 and 2014/15 destination years due to the introduction of the Longitudinal Educational Outcomes data, and so Year 1 employment figures between the 2012/13 and 2013/14 cohorts are not directly comparable.
  7. Disadvantage status: Given as in year 11. Disadvantaged pupils are defined as those who were eligible for free school meals at any point in the previous six years or having been looked after by their local authority. These are the pupils who would have attracted the pupil premium when in year 11. Pupils with no key stage 4 record were not known to be disadvantaged in year 11 and are included in all other pupils.

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