Characteristics of Pupils Living in London

The GLA provides roll projections to 25 London boroughs, and has now produced pilot pan-London roll projections. These are supplemented by two sets of EXCEL files, reflecting conclusions in earlier Education Research Briefings and discussion with London boroughs.

Taken together the EXCEL files include approximately 100 Tables, and provide a wide range of information on locally-resident children and on the schools they attend, wherever these may be. They cover issues such as age, gender, mother tongue, ethnicity, poverty, and SEN. A comparison of the data in the Tables with information held by London boroughs will indicate how far school intake mirrors the characteristics of the locally-resident pupil population at borough/county district level.

Additionally, the longitudinal Tables provide indicators of inward mobility to individual boroughs and county countricts, as well as of the number of children of compulsory school age who 'go missing' from state schooling.

2008 Pupil Characteristics - Excel File (Zip file)

2006/07 Longitudinal Pupil Characteristics - Excel File

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Author Greater London Authority
Maintainer Education Team, Intelligence Unit,
Last Updated September 26, 2015, 15:52 (UTC)
Created September 26, 2015, 15:52 (UTC)
bounding_box GLA area, surrounding unitary authorities and districts in surrounding counties. A limited number of Tables make use of England-
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license_text The Tables are based in part on anonymised individual pupil records from the National Pupil Dataset. Those records were released for analysis under terms of strict confidentiality by what was then the Department for Children, Schools and Families, and small numbers have been suppressed in the Tables to avoid disclosing any individual pupil's identity.The Intelligence Unit's Education Team does not release individual pupil records to others, and those wishing to apply for access to individual pupil records for research purposes should contact what is now the Department for Education directly.
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