National Statistics

Participation in education, training and employment: 2014

16- to 18-year-olds in school, further education colleges, work-based learning or higher education.

Documents

Main text: SFR19/2015

Main SFR tables: SFR19/2015

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Main SFR tables: SFR19/2015

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Additional tables - numbers: SFR19/2015

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Additional tables - rates: SFR19/2015

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Detail

This statistical first release (SFR) brings together information from the different post-16 learning options, which include:

  • school
  • further education college
  • work-based learning
  • higher education

The SFR provides provisional information on the percentages of 16- to 18-year-olds in England in education and training and those who are not in education, employment or training (NEET) for end 2014. Important analyses are by:

  • age
  • gender
  • mode of study
  • type of learning
  • institution type (further education college, school, etc)
  • labour market status
  • highest qualification being studied

There are additional tables showing a time series back to 1985.

Contact

Please direct queries to:

Post-16 statistics team