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Summary Statistics for Follow-up leaver Destinations, No. 2: 2020 Edition

Published: 16 Jun 2020

This statistical publication provides information on the follow-up destinations of school leavers from publicly funded schools in Scotland.

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Summary Statistics for Follow-up leaver Destinations, No. 2: 2020 Edition
Summary Statistics for Follow-Up Leaver Destinations, No. 2: 2020 Edition

21 page PDF

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Summary Statistics for Follow-Up Leaver Destinations, No. 2: 2020 Edition

This annual statistical publication:

  • Provides information on the follow-up destinations of school leavers in Scotland.
  • Covers all 2018/19 school leavers from publicly funded mainstream schools.

Follow-up destinations relate to outcomes approximately nine months after the end of the school year. The figures for 2018/19 in this report relate to early April 2020 and therefore will not reflect the full impact of the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Further information can be found in section 5.2.

The way in which school leavers undertaking Personal Skills Development activity are counted in these statistics has changed. As a result, historic data in this report has been revised to allow consistent comparisons over time. For more information, see section 4.1.

Full results are available from the supplementary tables here: http://www.gov.scot/ISBN/978-1-83960-803-2

The percentage of school leavers in positive destinations and other destinations
The percentage of school leavers in positive destinations and other destinations, 2018/19
The percentage of school leavers in each positive destination
The percentage of school leavers in each positive destination, 2018/19
The percentage of school leavers whose follow-up destination was the same as their initial destination
The percentage of school leavers whose follow-up destination was the same as their initial destination, 2018/19

Contact

Email: Eoin.Clarke@gov.scot