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The percentage of sessions lost to overall absence (authorised and unauthorised) for children who had been looked after continuously for at least 12 months as at 31st March

The percentage of children looked after continuously for at least 12 months, who were in Year 6 (Key Stage 2), and who achieved at least level 4 in reading, writing and maths tests.

Pre 2014 - The percentage of young people who were looked after on 1 April in their 17th year (aged 16), who were engaged in education, training or employment at the age of 19. Post 2014 - The percentage of children now aged 19, 20 and 21 who were looked after for a total of at least 13 weeks after their 14th birthday including some time after their 16th birthday, who were engaged in education, training or employment.

This indicator reports the percentage gap in attainment of level 2 at age 19 between those young people who were in receipt of free school meals at academic age 15 and those who were not.

The percentage of the schools' population permanently excluded from state-funded primary, secondary and special schools during the academic year.

The percentage of students who entered an 'A' Level in one year who remained in a UK Higher Education institution at the end of the following year

This indicator reports the gap in attainment of level 3 at age 19 between those young people who were in receipt of free school meals at academic age 15 and those who were not. Attainment of Level Level 3 equates to achievement of 2 or more A-levels or equivalent qualifications. Achieving Level 3 by the age of 19 increases the skills levels of the economy, and allows participation into Higher Education and higher skilled employment.

A child in need is one who has been assessed by children’s social care to be inneed of services. These services can include, for example, family support, leaving care support, adoption support, or disabled children’s services.

A child in need is one who has been assessed by children’s social care to be inneed of services. These services can include, for example, family support, leaving care support, adoption support, or disabled children’s services.

The proportion of young people who were studying in a local authority area at academic age 15 who achieve a level 3 qualification by the end of the academic year in which they turn 19. Attainment of Level 3 equates to achievement of 2 or more A-levels or equivalent qualifications.

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