Pupils with Special Educational Needs (SEN), based on where the pupil attends school

Created 2 years ago, updated 5 months ago

Education, Health and Care (EHC) plans were introduced from September 2014 as part of a range of SEND reforms. From 2015 SEN support replaces school action and school action plus but some pupils remain with these provision types in first year of transition.

Frequency: Calendar Year

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All schools  (2.42 kB)
From
01/01/2009
To
01/01/2019
Includes maintained and direct grant nursery schools, maintained primary and secondary schools, city technology colleges, university technology colleges, studio schools, primary and secondary academies including free schools, special schools, special academies including free schools, pupil referral units, alternative provision academies including free schools and independent schools. 

Includes pupils who are sole or dual main registrations. 

National and regional totals have been rounded to the nearest 5. There may be discrepancies between totals and the sum of constituent parts.

All the percentage figures are percentage of the total number of pupils in all schools.
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From
01/01/2013
To
01/01/2019
Includes maintained and direct grant nursery schools, maintained primary and secondary schools, city technology colleges, university technology colleges, studio schools, primary and secondary academies including free schools, special schools, special academies including free schools, pupil referral units, alternative provision academies including free schools and independent schools. 

Includes pupils who are sole or dual main registrations. 

National and regional totals have been rounded to the nearest 5. There may be discrepancies between totals and the sum of constituent parts. 

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From
01/01/2013
To
01/01/2019
Includes maintained and direct grant nursery schools, maintained primary and secondary schools, city technology colleges, university technology colleges, studio schools, primary and secondary academies including free schools, special schools, special academies including free schools, pupil referral units, alternative provision academies including free schools and independent schools. 

Includes pupils who are sole or dual main registrations. 

National and regional totals have been rounded to the nearest 5. There may be discrepancies between totals and the sum of constituent parts.