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Publication - Statistics Publication

Attainment, school leaver destinations and healthy living: education statistics summary

Published: 20 Jun 2017
Part of:
Children and families, Education, Statistics
ISBN:
9781786529985

Results of the initial and follow-up surveys of leaver destination (S3-S6), post-appeal attainment, school meals and physical education provision.

39 page PDF

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39 page PDF

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Attainment, school leaver destinations and healthy living: education statistics summary
Summary Statistics for Attainment, Leaver Destinations and Healthy Living

39 page PDF

1.2MB

Summary Statistics for Attainment, Leaver Destinations and Healthy Living

This annual statistical publication provides information on:

  • Post review attainment for 2015/16 school leavers
  • Initial and follow-up destinations for 2015/16 school leavers
  • The Healthy Living Survey taken in February 2017

Follow-up destinations of school leavers, 2015/16
Follow-up destinations of school leavers, 2015/16

  • 61.7 per cent of leavers left with one or more passes at SCQF Level 6 or better - up from 60.2 per cent for 2014/15.
  • The percentage of pupils who took a school meal (free or paid for) decreased to 56.9 per cent (58.1 per cent in 2016).
  • 98 per cent of schools were meeting the target level of PE provision (same as 2016).

Supplementary data tables can be found at:
http://www.gov.scot/Topics/Statistics/Browse/School-Education/Pub-SS-ALM

The diagram below shows the highest level of achievement for 2015/16 school leavers, and the leaver destinations [1] of pupils who attain at each of these levels.

The highest level of achievement for 2015/16 school leavers, and the leaver destinations

This diagram shows the main findings from the Healthy Living Survey 2017

Main findings from the Healthy Living Survey 2017


Contact

Email: Marion MacRury

Phone: 0300 244 4000 – Central Enquiry Unit

The Scottish Government
St Andrew's House
Regent Road
Edinburgh
EH1 3DG