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Absence and attainment at key stages 2 and 4: 2013 to 2014

Attainment of pupils at the end of key stage 2 and key stage 4, for the academic year 2013 to 2014, by levels of absence.

Documents

Key stage 2 tables

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Key stage 4 tables

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Underlying data

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Details

Report looking at the link between the attainment of pupils and different levels of absence across key stage 2 and key stage 4 in government-funded mainstream schools.

It covers:

  • overall absence
  • authorised absence
  • unauthorised absence
  • an analysis of the link between absence and attainment when we control factors such as:
    • prior attainment
    • pupil characteristics

Annex A of the report puts the following documents into context:

  • key stage 2 tables
  • key stage 4 tables
  • underlying data

The report updates figures published in February 2015 in the Absence and attainment at key stages 2 and 4: 2012 to 2013 research report.