Data set from Initial teacher training performance profiles

Table 2b) Trainee qualified teacher status and employment outcomes by training route (time series)

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This national level table contains the qualified teacher status and employment outcomes of postgraduate and undergraduate final year ITT trainees by route. The data in this table covers qualified teacher status outcomes for 2012/13 to 2019/20. 2019/2020 employment rates are provisional, all other years are revised.


Data set details

Theme
Teachers and school workforce
Publication
Initial teacher training performance profiles
Release type
Geographic levels
National
Indicators
  • Awarded QTS
  • Percentage awarded QTS
  • Percentage of those awarded QTS teaching in a state school
Filters
  • Training route
Time period
2008/09 to 2019/20

Data set preview

Table showing first 5 rows, from underlying data
time_periodtime_identifiergeographic_levelcountry_codecountry_nameroutetotal_traineesqts_awardedqts_awarded_percentageteaching_state_schoolteaching_state_school_percentage
200809Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandPostgraduate Total298502622388::
200809Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandUndergraduate7357653089::
200809Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandTotal372073275388::
200910Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandPostgraduate Total315912808389::
200910Academic yearNationalE92000001EnglandUndergraduate6906614589::

Variables in this data set

Table showing first 5 of 6 variables
Variable nameVariable description
qts_awardedAwarded QTS
qts_awarded_percentagePercentage awarded QTS
routeTraining route
teaching_state_schoolTeaching in a state school
teaching_state_school_percentagePercentage of those awarded QTS teaching in a state school

Footnotes

  1. Percentage of those awarded QTS teaching in a state school: percentage of those awarded QTS who are employed in a state-funded school in England within 16 months of qualification. 2019/20 figures are provisional (uplifted), all prior years are revised. Due to rounding, the sum of constituent parts may differ from the reported total. See methodology for further details.
  2. 2013/14 excludes deferred employment based initial teacher training trainees.
  3. Although total postgraduate figures for 2012/13 include EBITT trainees, these are excluded in the route level breakdown. Hence the total will not match the sum of 2012/13 postgraduate lines.
  4. Training route: for the undergraduate route, this publication includes final year trainees only. High Potential ITT was formerly reported as Teach First. School-led route includes: HPITT, PGTA, SCITT, SDf, and SDs routes.
  5. High Potential ITT (formerly labelled Teach First) is included in postgraduate totals from 2015/16 onwards. High Potential ITT data collection was not mandatory until 2015/16, therefore, any trends may be a result of the difference in data collection.
  6. Teaching in a state school: registered as employed in a state-funded school in England within 16 months of qualification. 2019/20 figures are provisional (uplifted), up to and including 2018/19 are revised. See methodology for further details.

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