Publication - Statistics

School Healthy Living Survey statistics: 2020

Published: 8 Sep 2020
From:
Cabinet Secretary for Education and Skills
Directorate:
Learning Directorate
Part of:
Education
ISBN:
9781800040540

Information from an annual survey carried out in February each year of all publicly funded schools in Scotland on registration for free school meals, uptake of school meals (both free and paid for) and PE.

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17 page PDF

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Contents
School Healthy Living Survey statistics: 2020
Introduction

17 page PDF

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Introduction

This annual statistical publication provides information from a survey carried out in February each year of all publicly funded schools in Scotland on registration for free school meals (FSM), uptake of school meals (both free and paid for) and Physical Education (PE) provision.

Headline results

38.1 per cent of pupils were registered for free school meals (38.0 per cent in 2019).

Of those registered for free school meals and present on the survey day 76.2 per cent took a free meal (78.1 per cent in 2019).

Of all pupils present on the survey day 53.3 per cent took a meal (free or paid for) supplied by the school (54.5 per cent in 2019).

99 per cent of schools (almost 100 per cent of primary and 94 per cent of secondary schools) met the target level of PE provision (99 per cent in 2019).

pp = percentage points

The statistics in this bulletin supersede all previously published statistics.

Supplementary data tables and school level data are available on the Scottish Government website.

Requests for additional analysis can be e-mailed to: school.stats@gov.scot


Contact

Email: school.stats@gov.scot