SEN audit report and spring school census reports for 2017 now available
27 Mar 2017
The SEN audit report has now been published on the LA reports page (see related content link below) on EGfL. This report summarises the information collected / held about pupils with special educational needs by school type, by main pupil characteristics and at an individual school level.
The spring school census reports – pupil numbers and contextual data – are also now available on the LA reports page.
The pupil numbers report presents the number of pupils at LA maintained schools by age and gender at an overall LA level, by school type and at an individual school level; and the contextual report summarises the pupil background data collected in the schools census for LA maintained schools by school type, and at an individual school level.
The contextual report has been updated this year to include the new census data items nationality, country of birth and proficiency in English.
We do hope you find these reports useful and welcome your queries and comments.
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