Official Statistics

Destinations of key stage 4 and key stage 5 pupils: 2014

Revised data on key stage 4 (KS4) and key stage 5 (KS5) students in education, employment and training destinations.

Documents

SFR05/2016: Main text

SFR05/2016: Key stage 4 - national and local authority tables (including characteristics)

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SFR05/2016: Key stage 5 - national and local authority tables (including characteristics)

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SFR05/2016: Key stage 4 - institution level tables (including characteristics)

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SFR05/2016: Key stage 5 - institution level tables (including characteristics)

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SFR05/2016: Key stage 4 - parliamentary constituency tables

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SFR05/2016: Key stage 5 - parliamentary constituency tables

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SFR05/2016: Technical note

SFR05/2016: Key stage 4 - underlying data

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SFR05/2016: Key stage 5 - underlying data

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Details

The percentage of students progressing to further learning in the academic year 2013 to 2014 in:

  • school
  • further education or sixth-form college
  • apprenticeships
  • higher education institutions
  • employment/training
  • accepted deferred offers into higher education (gap years)

This release gives data by specific student characteristics:

  • special educational needs
  • learning difficulties and disabilities for key stage 5 students
  • disadvantage
  • free school meals for key stage 5 students
  • gender and ethnicity

It also measures the percentage of students who do not progress to education, employment or training.

These statistics include data from independent schools which were not included in the provisional publication.

Destination measures statistics team