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  1. Step 1 Choose a publication

    Publication
    Further education and skills
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    Subject
    Community learning geography - local authority district (1 year)
  3. Step 3 Choose locations

    Regional
    • East Midlands
    • East of England
    • London
    • North East
    • North West
    • Other
    • South East
    • South West
    • West Midlands
    • Yorkshire and the Humber
  4. Step 4 Choose time period

    Time period
    2019/20
  5. Step 5 Choose your filters

    Indicators
    • Participation Family english maths and language
    • Participation Neighbourhood learning in deprived communities
    • Participation Personal and community development learning
    • Participation Total
    • Participation Wider family learning
    Age group (with unknowns)
    • Total
    Ethnicity Group
    • Total
    Gender
    • Total
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    Row groups
    Row group 1
    Participation Total
    Participation Personal and community development learning
    Participation Neighbourhood learning in deprived communities
    Participation Family english maths and language
    Participation Wider family learning
    Row group 2
    East Midlands
    East of England
    London
    North East
    North West
    Other
    South East
    South West
    West Midlands
    Yorkshire and the Humber
    Column groups
    Column group 1
    2019/20
    This data is not from the latest release
    View latest data: Academic Year 2021/22
    'Community learning geography - local authority district (1 year)' in East Midlands, East of England, London, North East, North West and 5 other locations for 2019/20
    2019/20
    Participation TotalEast Midlands30,620
    East of England29,460
    London79,710
    North East17,890
    North West53,760
    Other700
    South East58,540
    South West26,940
    West Midlands26,980
    Yorkshire and the Humber33,910
    Participation Personal and community development learningEast Midlands25,950
    East of England21,880
    London68,090
    North East12,320
    North West43,750
    Other440
    South East45,650
    South West20,550
    West Midlands20,450
    Yorkshire and the Humber26,280
    Participation Neighbourhood learning in deprived communitiesEast Midlands570
    East of England4,450
    London5,070
    North East4,010
    North West4,020
    Other130
    South East4,190
    South West3,770
    West Midlands1,730
    Yorkshire and the Humber2,800
    Participation Family english maths and languageEast Midlands1,880
    East of England1,760
    London3,280
    North East1,030
    North West3,980
    Other60
    South East3,590
    South West980
    West Midlands1,250
    Yorkshire and the Humber2,120
    Participation Wider family learningEast Midlands2,730
    East of England2,320
    London4,580
    North East1,490
    North West3,630
    Other80
    South East6,410
    South West2,390
    West Midlands4,030
    Yorkshire and the Humber3,640

    Footnotes

    1. Total participation is the count of learners that participated at any point during the year. Learners undertaking more than one course will appear only once in the grand total.
    2. Volumes are rounded to the nearest 10. If shown, '~' indicates a base value of between 1 and 4, whilst 0 indicates a true zero.
    3. Learner characteristics (such as age, gender, learners with learning difficulties and/or disabilities and ethnicity) are based upon self-declaration by the learner.
    4. Geography is based upon the home postcode of the learner. Where the postcode is outside of England, learners are included in the 'Other' category. Where postcode is not known this is also included in the 'Other' category.
    5. Geographies are taken from the National Statistics Postcode Lookup based on boundaries as of April 2019.
    6. Age is based on age as at 31 August of the academic year.

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