This relates to 16 year olds.
A lot of the data currently available for North Yorkshire is for children with ASD and a statement, and there is little data for children with ASD on School Action or School Action Plus. This is a limitation caused by the small number of eligible children. The government does not publish the data where numbers are very small in order that individual children cannot be identified. The data refers to children in maintained schools only.
Source of data
Most of this information is published by The Department of Education here. For an analysis of the data, please view the blog articles on the home page.
The graphs compare North Yorkshire to the lower quartile, median and upper quartile of all local authorities in England. For an explanation of the lower quartile, median, upper quartile and percentile rank see here.
Any GCSE passes
5 A* to C GCSEs
5 A* to C GCSEs inc maths & english
SEN attainment gap
The best performing authorities have the smallest attainment gap using this measure
Children without SEN
As well as looking at the SEN attainment gap, we can see how well children without any identified SEN perform: