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Statistics Publication Notice: Health and Care Series: Educational Outcomes for Scotland's Looked After Children, 2009/10

DescriptionEducational Outcomes for Scotland's Looked After Children, 2009/10
ISBN
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateJune 27, 2011

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An Official Statistics Publication for Scotland

ISBN 978 1 78045 236 4 (Web only publication)
ISSN 1479 7569 (online)
DPPAS 11690

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Contents

Educational Outcomes for Scotland's Looked After Children, 2009/10

The following tables are available:
Table 1: Percentage attendance by all pupils, looked after children, stage and gender, 2009/10
Table 2: Percentage attendance for looked after children for children who spent the entire 2009/10 academic year in a single placement, by accommodation type and gender, 2009/10
Table 3: Percentage attendance for looked after children, by number of placements and gender, 2009/10
Table 4: Cases of Exclusion rate per 1,000 pupils by all pupils, looked after children and stage, 2009/10
Table 5: Cases of exclusions for looked after children for children who spent the entire 2009/10 academic year in a single placement, by accommodation type, 2009/10
Table 6: Cases of exclusions for looked after children for children, by number of placements, 2009/10
Table 7: Average tariff scores of all school leavers and those who were looked after children, by age, 2009/10.
Table 8: Average tariff scores of looked after children who spent the entire 2009/10 academic year in a single placement and who left school during 2009/10, by accommodation type
Table 9: Average tariff scores of looked after children, by number of placements, 2009/10
Table 10: Percentage of school leavers by initial and follow-up destination, for all school leavers and those who were looked after children, 2009/10
Table 11: Percentage of school leavers by sustained destination for all school leavers and those who are looked after children, 2009/10.

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