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    Attendance in education and early years settings during the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak
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    This subject includes the following data:

    Geographic levels
    National
    Time period
    2020 Week 43 to 2021 Week 13
    Content

    This file contains daily attendance data for state-funded education settings for dates affected by October half term and Easter break only.

    Settings on half term or Easter break are excluded from these figures. For this reason, data within this file is not comparable to data within table 1b.  

    Data is in this file has been scaled to account for non-response so it is nationally representative of settings that were not on half term or Easter break.

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    This subject includes the following data:

    Geographic levels
    National
    Time period
    2020 Week 37 to 2021 Week 9
    Content


    This file contains daily attendance data for state-funded education settings for dates excluding half term dates. Half term includes  19th October - 23rd October 2020, 2nd November 2020, and  15 February - 19 February 2021.

    Data is in this file has been scaled to account for non-response so it is nationally representative.

    Further details on the column headings can be found in the “Table 1b variable additions and removal log” ancillary file.

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    This subject includes the following data:

    Geographic levels
    Local Authority; Regional
    Time period
    2020 Week 37 to 2021 Week 9
    Content

    This file contains weekly attendance data at local authority level for state-funded education settings for each Thursday in the autumn term (from 10 September until 17 December 2020) and for the spring term (13 January until 1 April 2021). It also includes workforce absence statistics in the autumn term (from 10 September until 17 December 2020) and the spring term (13 January until 1 April 2021).

    The data is shown for each local authority and is further split by the following school phases:

    • state-funded secondary schools
    • state-funded primary schools
    • state-funded special schools
    • all state-funded schools.

    Data is in this file has been not been scaled to account for non-response so it is not nationally representative.

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    This subject includes the following data:

    Geographic levels
    National
    Time period
    2020 Week 42 to 2021 Week 12
    Content


    This file contains workforce absence statistics for education settings from 12 October 2020 to 17 December 2020 and again following wider reopening of schools, from 8 March 2021 to 25 March 2021. It excludes half term terms (19th October - 23rd October, and 2nd November 2020) and the national lockdown during the spring term (4 January to 5 March 2021). Data for workforce during the restricted opening of schools can be found in table 1e.

    Data is in this file has been scaled to account for non-response so it is nationally representative.

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    This subject includes the following data:

    Geographic levels
    National
    Time period
    2021 Week 2 to 2021 Week 9
    Content


    This file contains workforce absence statistics for education settings during restricted opening from 11 January to 5 March 2021, excluding half term dates from 15 - 19 February 2021. Data is not comparable to workforce absence estimates collected in the autumn term.

    Data is in this file has been scaled to account for non-response so it is nationally representative.

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    This subject includes the following data:

    Geographic levels
    National
    Time period
    2020 Week 16 to 2021 Week 9
    Content

    The data in this file contains weekly attendance data for early years settings. Data in this file has been scaled to account for non-response so it is nationally representative.

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    This subject includes the following data:

    Geographic levels
    National
    Time period
    2020 Week 13 to 2020 Week 29
    Content

    This file contains daily attendance data for state-funded education settings from 23 March - 17th July inclusive. Data is in this file has been scaled to account for non-response so it is nationally.

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    This subject includes the following data:

    Geographic levels
    National
    Time period
    2020 Week 23 to 2020 Week 29
    Content

    This file contains daily attendance data for state-funded education settings from 23 March - 17th July inclusive. Data is in this file only contains data on responding schools so it is not nationally representative.  Please see the methodology document for more information.

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    This subject includes the following data:

    Geographic levels
    Local Authority
    Time period
    2020 Week 15 to 2021 Week 9
    Content

    This file contains local authority responses to the early years local authority survey from Monday 4 April 2020 to Sunday 14 February 2021. Values of less than 5 for the Total Children in Early Years Settings and  Total Vulnerable Children in Early Years Settings have been suppressed and have been replaced with a “c”. Some responses from local authorities during this time period have been removed where the Department for Education has been notified of a mistaken entry, or where the department believes a mistaken entry has been given based on high level validation checks. Additionally, where a local authority has submitted multiple responses on the same day only the most recent response on that date has been retained. The data covers England only. Data is in this file has been not been scaled to account for non-response so it is not nationally representative.