Risk of NEET (RON) registers year 7 available / submission of year 11 RON leaver data
22 Nov 2017
The RON registers for the new year 7 intake who might be at risk of becoming NEET when they leave high school, based on the factors identified in Ealing’s risk of NEET indicator, are now available in the reports section of your school page on the EGFL.
Find your school page on the schools contact database.
Similarly to previous years, data for the RONI factors has been taken from the early transfer form completed by primary school at transition.
This year we have also continued to reconcile the pupil lists against the autumn 2017 census to ensure that your list only contains pupils who actually started at your school.
We hope you find these reports useful. For any queries contact Jennifer Bull (details below).
Schools to sumbit year 11 2017 leavers RON lists securely
Schools should submit their updated year 11 RON registers for 2017 leavers (not your current year 11 cohort but the cohort who left in summer 2017) to Jennifer Bull by Thursday, 7 December. These must be sent securely through Egress or S2S.
This process was implemented in the 2014/15 academic year and has enabled the school effectiveness and research and data teams to complete analysis for all schools that shows the transition to Post 16 education, employment and training. (It is also useful evidence of the school’s careers education and guidance as well as support for vulnerable students - particularly now RPA to 18 has come into force.)
A template document which you can use to submit this data is attached as a download below. Please ensure you include all the data items shown within this template when submitting your RONI lists. Again, the data must be sent securely through Egress or S2S to Jennifer Bull (details below).
Contact Deborah Dent, Kim Price or Jennifer Bull if you have any queries (contact details below).
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