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    Further education and skills
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    Community learning learners - learners with learning difficulties or disability
  3. Step 3 Choose Countries

    • England
  4. Step 4 Choose time period

    Time period
    2014/15 to 2019/20
  5. Step 5 Choose your filters

    • 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
    BAME learners
    • Total
    Learning difficulty/disability
    • Total
    • LLDD - no
    • LLDD - unknown
    • LLDD - yes
    Learning difficulty/disability type
    • Total
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    Row groups
    Row group 1
    Row group 2
    LLDD - yes
    LLDD - no
    LLDD - unknown
    Column groups
    Column 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
    This data is not from the latest release
    View latest data: Academic Year 2021/22
    'Community learning learners - learners with learning difficulties or disability' for LLDD - no, LLDD - unknown and LLDD - yes in England between 2014/15 and 2019/20
    Participation TotalParticipation Personal and community development learningParticipation Neighbourhood learning in deprived communitiesParticipation Family english maths and languageParticipation Wider family learning
    LLDD - yes72,97058,74010,2202,3404,090
    LLDD - no262,230209,07018,59015,86024,700
    LLDD - unknown23,31017,5501,9301,7302,500
    LLDD - yes100,80081,06014,9802,9405,440
    LLDD - no362,550284,13028,21021,74038,440
    LLDD - unknown26,95020,3102,3001,8303,070
    LLDD - yes104,70084,58014,8602,9705,670
    LLDD - no371,630290,24028,33024,28038,770
    LLDD - unknown25,74019,2701,9601,9303,160
    LLDD - yes108,09087,09015,7203,2405,960
    LLDD - no397,060305,34031,60028,20043,610
    LLDD - unknown30,60022,2102,8602,1903,980
    LLDD - yes107,01085,50016,4204,2805,510
    LLDD - no427,160321,85035,79034,26049,490
    LLDD - unknown36,40025,3905,0702,6104,540
    LLDD - yes109,04086,95017,0003,8805,770
    LLDD - no456,830342,31042,04035,71052,670
    LLDD - unknown43,87031,8205,1403,1604,890


    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. In 2017/18, there were approximately 2,400 learners undertaking community learning missing from the final data return (R14) due to a submission error for three providers. 2017/18 figures reported here do not include these learners.
    5. Age is based on age as at 31 August of the academic year.
    6. A learner may record multiple LLDD categories but must indicate which of these is the primary disability, difficulty or health problem. The overall ‘Primary LLDD and health problem’ totals may not match the main LLDD figures which uses a different field.

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