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National Statistics: Pupil absence in schools in England: autumn 2018 and spring 2019

Department For Education

October 10
08:30 2019

Pupil absence in autumn 2018 and spring 2019: text

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Pupil absence in autumn 2018 and spring 2019: tables

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Pupil absence in autumn 2018 and spring 2019: underlying data

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Details

This release provides information on the levels of overall, authorised and unauthorised absence in:

  • state-funded primary schools
  • state-funded secondary schools
  • special schools
  • pupil referral units

It includes information on:

  • reasons for absence
  • persistent absentees
  • pupil characteristics

The information is based on pupil level absence data collected via the school census.

It updates and supplements information published in the May 2019 release - Pupil absence in schools in England, autumn term 2018.

A guide on how we produce pupil absence statistics is also available.

School census statistics team

Published 10 October 2019

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