Minority ethnic groups made up 7.9% of the cohort (871 individuals).
Of those returning information on ethnicity:
- The most popular choice of route across all minority ethnic groups was continuing in full time education at 80.8%. This compared to 72.5% for individuals from a white background.
- A higher percentage of those with white backgrounds (5 percentage points difference) entered employment outside of Government sponsored training (10.1% of those from a white background compared to 5.1% of those from a minority ethnic background).
- There was a difference of 1.5 percentage points between white background and ethnic minority groups entering work based training–employed status (2.2% and 0.7% respectively).
- The proportion of young people from a minority ethnic background who were NEET was lower than that for those with a white background (2.1% compared to 2.5%). This represents 257 individuals from a white background and 18 individuals from a minority ethnic background.
|Year 13 Destinations by Ethnicity||White||%||Minority
|Continuing in Full Time Education||7339||72.5||704||80.8||32||68.1||8075||73.2|
|Continuing in Part Time Education (less than 16 hours a week)||19||0.2||2||0.2||1||2.1||22||0.2|
|Work Based Training (without employed status)||38||0.4||1||0.1||0||0.0||39||0.4|
|Work Based Training (employed status inc. NT's. MAs & other||224||2.2||6||0.7||0||0.0||230||2.1|
|Known not be in full time ed, WBTYP or Employment||257||2.5||18||2.1||4||8.5||279||2.5|
|Statutory School leavers who are known to have left the area||43||0.4||4||0.5||0||0.0||47||0.4|
|Total Number in Cohort||10119||100.0||871||100.0||47||100.0||11037||100.0|
|% of Total Cohort||91.7||7.9||0.4||100.0|