Data set from National Tutoring Programme

NTP Pupil Characteristics in-year data up to May 2023

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Characteristics of pupils receiving tutoring through the National Tutoring Programme for England, English regions, and school phase in 2022 to 2023. The data is based on pupils that have received tutoring during the academic year up to the Summer School Census on 18th May 2023.  

Data set details

Pupils and schools
National Tutoring Programme
Release type
Geographic levels
National, Regional
  • Percentage of pupils
  • Number of pupils
  • Denominator
  • Characteristic
  • Characteristic group
  • Phase of education
Time period
2022 October to 2023 May

Data set preview

Table showing first 5 rows, from underlying data
202223May2023NationalEnglandE92000001AllFree School Meals StatusKnown to be eligible for free school meals within the last 6 years473073103890545.5

Variables in this data set

Table showing first 5 of 6 variables
Variable nameVariable description
characteristic_groupCharacteristic group
number_of_pupilsNumber of pupils
percent_of_pupilsPercentage of pupils


  1. Figures may not always sum to totals exactly due to rounding.
  2. These estimates are based on data from the School Census. Pupil characteristics are based on the Spring 2023 School Census. Information on pupils in receipt of tutoring is taken from the Summer 2023 School Census. See the methodology for further information.
  3. The data in this table is not directly comparable with statistics for the complete 2022/23 academic year that are contained within this publication, because the latter are based on information provided by schools through the Year End Statement responses.
  4. Delivery of tutoring in Independent Special Schools and centrally arranged for Looked After Children is not measured in the school census and is therefore not included here.

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