Attendance benchmark and analysis autumn 2019
04 Aug 2020
Your 2019/20 attendance benchmarks and analysis report is now available for you to access via the 2019/20 reports section on your school page on the Ealing Grid for Learning.
Find your school page on the schools contact database.
About the report
This report details your school’s attendance and persistent absenteeism in the autumn 2019 term. Your attendance report is usually based on two-term (autumn and spring) attendance data. However, due to the partial closure of schools during the spring 2020 term due to the coronavirus pandemic, the DfE have confirmed they will not be collecting any attendance data for the spring or summer 2020 terms this year.
We have therefore based your 2019/20 report solely on the autumn 2019 attendance data you submitted as part of the spring 2020 school census. All over time, Ealing and national comparisons have been amended to autumn term figures, so all data within the report is comparable.
The report provides comparative evidence of performance against other local / similar schools for schools to benchmark themselves against, overtime analysis, borough and national comparisons, a detailed analysis of the attendance and persistent absentee rates of a wide range of specific pupil groups, breakdowns of absence in your school by year group and reason and a list of persistent absentees.
We hope you find these reports timely and useful and welcome any comments about how we could improve them in future years.
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 do not have an EGfL account, you (for Ealing maintained schools and academies staff ony) can use the online EGfL user account registration form (note: we would still need to receive an email from your headteacher approving your school reports access).
If you have any other queries on user accounts, please contact the EGfL web team by email email@example.com.
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If you pass that information on to appropriate other people you must do so via secure systems – eg Egress or LGfL secure email.
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Ensure you are not making the information open to others as it may put individuals and organisations at risk.