Statistics

Children with special educational needs: an analysis - 2011

This release provides statistics on pupils with special educational needs, including information on educational attainment and school absence and exlcusions.

Documents

Main text: OSR20/2011

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Main tables: OSR20/2011

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Additional tables 1: OSR20/2011

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Pre-release access list: OSR20/2011

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Detail

Reference Id: OSR20/2011

Publication type: Statistical Release

Publication data: Local authority data

Local authority data: LA data

Region: England

Release date: 19 October 2011

Coverage status: Final

Publication status: Published

The Special Educational Needs Information Act (2008) required the Secretary of State to publish information about children in England with special educational needs (SEN) to help improve the wellbeing of these children.

This is the third statistical publication that has been developed to meet the requirements of the Act. This publication includes new information on pupils with SEN alongside further interpretation of existing findings. There are new sections on activities at ages 16, 18 and 19 for young people with SEN.

All figures are provided at national level, with some information at regional and local authority level.

Key themes

The publication is divided into the following 5 key themes with data derived from a range of sources, including the school census and national pupil database:

  • theme 1: characteristics of pupils with SEN.
  • theme 2: attainment of pupils with SEN.
  • theme 3: progression of pupils with SEN.
  • theme 4: activities up to age 19 for young people with SEN.
  • theme 5: absence and exclusions from school of pupils with SEN.

Andrew Brook
01325 735408

andrew.brook@education.gsi.gov.uk

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