Learning aims summary for schools 2019 published
16 Dec 2019
Download the learning aims KS5 summary report for your school from your school page (school reports 2019/20, post 16). Find your school page on the EGfL schools contact database (EGfL login with reports access required).
About the summary report
These reports are based on data returned by schools as part of the autumn school census.
The report contains a number of graphs based on the proportion of pupils in your school against the proportion of all Ealing pupils with one or more learning aims at Level 2, Level 3 or Level 3 in specific subject sector areas (SSA) overtime.
The report also contains a summary table for 2019 which shows the number of learning aims at each level, by qualification type and by subject. We have included this table for your school and for Ealing overall so you can see the breadth of provision available within Ealing sixth forms and how your schools fits in to the current andscape.
We hope you find this summary useful and welcome your queries and comments (contacts below).
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