NI 092 - Narrowing the gap between the lowest achieving 20% in the Early Years Foundation Stage Profile and the rest

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Education

The gap between the median Foundation Stage Profile score of all children locally and the mean score of the lowest achieving 20% of children locally, as a percentage of the median score of all children locally.

Source: Department for Children Schools and Families (DCSF)

Publisher: DCLG Floor Targets Interactive

Geographies: County/Unitary Authority, Government Office Region (GOR), National

Geographic coverage: England

Time coverage: 2004/05 to 2008/09

Type of data: Administrative data

Notes: Early Years Foundation Stage - this is a statutory framework for children's learning and development and welfare from birth to the end of the academic year in which they turn 5. It covers six areas of learning: 1) Personal, Social and Emotional Development (3 scales) 2) Communication, Language and Literacy (4 scales) 3) Problem-solving, reasoning and numeracy (3 scales) 4) Knowledge and understanding of the world (1 scale) 5) Physical Development (1 scale) 6) Creative Development (1 scale). The Early Years Foundation Stage Profile is an assessment of children's achievement at the end of the academic year in which they turn 5 - it supersedes the Foundation Stage Profile from September 2008.

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Data Resources (1)

National Indicators - DCLG archive (2010)

Additional Information

Added to data.gov.uk 09/02/2010
Theme Education
Geographic coverage England
Update frequency annual
Mandate No value
Temporal coverage No value
Date added computed No value
Date updated computed No value
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