Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF)

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Category: Ministerial department

DCFS is the department preceding DfE and its datasets are kept under the original name for historical purposes. Its datasets will surface in searches for DfE when the 'include sub-publishers' option is selected when searching from the DfE departmental page or when DfE is selected as a publisher in the filtering facets in the main search results page.

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Free School Meals (FSM)
Department for Children, Schools and Families
Pupils eligible for Free School Meals (FSM): Maintained nursery, primary and secondary schools Source: Department for Children Schools and Families (DCSF) Publisher: Department for...
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Average class sizes
Department for Children, Schools and Families
Average class sizes in maintained primary and secondary schools Source: Department for Children Schools and Families (DCSF) Publisher: Department for Children Schools and Families...
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Pupil teacher ratios for maintained primary and secondary schools
Department for Children, Schools and Families
The proportion of pupils to teachers in maintained schools Source: Department for Education and Skills (DfES) Publisher: Department for Children Schools and Families (DCSF)...
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Pupil Foundation Stage Profile: achieving a good level of development
Department for Children, Schools and Families
The proportion of foundation stage children (five year olds) achieving early learning goals at Local Authority District level and above. Achievement of goals measured as obtaining 6 or...
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Statistical neighbours benchmarking tool
Department for Children, Schools and Families
Identification of statistical neighbours and range of key demographic indicators for comparison Source: Department for Children Schools and Families (DCSF) Publisher: Department for...
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Pupil teacher ratios by school type
Department for Children, Schools and Families
Pupil: teacher ratios in the local authority maintained sector (nursery, primary, secondary and special schools) and independent schools Source: Department for Children Schools and...
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Pupil attainment by Free School Meal (FSM) eligibility: GCSE (KS4)
Department for Children, Schools and Families
The figures presented here provide information about the GCSE and Equivalent results and associated Value Added Measures of 15-year-old pupils in maintained schools in England. The...
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Pupil attainment at Key Stage 1: Average Points Score
Department for Children, Schools and Families
National curriculum assessments of 7 year olds in England: Average points score - Key Stage 1 Source: Department for Education and Skills (DfES) Publisher: Department for Children...
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Pupil attainment at GCSE: Average point scores and associated value added measures for NRF Areas
Department for Children, Schools and Families
GCSE and equivalent results, average point scores and associated value added measures - Neighbourhood Renewal Fund (NRF) areas by each Local Authority District and Government Office...
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Adult skills - literacy, numeracy technology and ESOL estimates (Skills for Life Survey)
Department for Children, Schools and Families
Adult skills need estimates for literacy, numeracy, information communication and technology and ESOL across England Source: Department for Education and Skills (DfES): Read Write Plus...
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SEN 2
Department for Children, Schools and Families
Information from LAs on children with statements of Special Educational Needs.  It is the only source of data on statements issued by individual LAs.
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NI 075 - Achievement of 5 or more A*- C grades at GCSE or equivalent including English and Maths
Department for Children, Schools and Families
Key Stage (KS) 4 is the stage of the National Curriculum between the ages of 14 and 16 years. GCSE (General Certificate of Secondary Education) is the principal means of assessing pupil...
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