Special school absence and key stage reports

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11 Nov 2019

You can now download your special school absence analysis report 2015-19 and 2019 key stage report for special schools from your school page on EGfL, 2018/19 school reports section.

You will find the absence report under the attendance and exclusion section and the key stage report under attainment.

Special school absence analysis report, 2015-2019

This report gives absence data and a detailed breakdown of absence reasons for your school for the last five years and in comparison to other special schools in Ealing, borough and national averages.

There is also a three year comparison of the proportion of enrolments in your school who are persistent absentees.

As special school attendance is now being collected termly we have also added a termly attendance breakdown to the report.

2019 key stage report for special schools

Your special school key stage report is also now available on the EGFL. Similar to reports produced in previous years these include aggregated school level tables, individual pupil reports including prior attainment and over time graphs at all relevant key stages.

We hope you find these reports useful and welcome your queries and comments.

EGfL user account

You need to login with your EGfL user account to access these reports.

You need to have an EGfL user account with the correct permissions.

If you have forgotten your password, you can reset this yourself. You might find this guide useful: resetting your password

If you have any other queries on user accounts, please contact the EGfL web team by email egflwebteam@ealing.gov.uk.

Data protection of confidential information

When you download information which has been password protected on the EGfL you are agreeing to take responsibility for what happens to that information next and its security.

If you pass that information on to appropriate other people you must do so via secure systems – eg Egress or LGfL secure email.

When downloading information to shared or otherwise insecure computers and other devices be aware that it will remain in your download folder and may be liable to inappropriate access.

Ensure you are not making the information open to others as it may put individuals and organisations at risk.

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Last updated: 11 Nov 2019

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