Year 13 - Ethnicity


Minority ethnic groups made up 5.9% of the cohort (754 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 83.7%. This compared to 79.2% for individuals from a white background
  • The least popular route across all minority ethnic groups was continuing in part-time education (16 hours or less a week). No individuals from a minority ethnic background chose this option. This was also the least popular route for individuals from a white background, with 0.2% of this cohort choosing this option (18 individuals)
  • A higher percentage of those with white backgrounds (5.3 percentage points difference) entered employment outside of Government sponsored training (10.7% of those from a white background compared to 5.4% of those from a minority ethnic background)
  • There was a difference of 0.8 percentage points between white background and ethnic minority groups entering work based training–employed status (1.6% and 0.8% respectively)
  • The proportion of young people from a minority ethnic background who were NEET was slightly higher than for those with a white background (3.3% - 25 individuals and 3.2% - 351 individuals respectively).
Year 13 Destinations by Ethnicity White % Minority
Ethnic
Groups
% No
Information
on ethnnicity
% Total %
Continuing in Full Time Education 8676 79.2 631 83.7 838 81.2 10145 79.6
Continuing in Part Time Education (less than 16 hours a week) 18 0.2 0 0.0 1 0.1 19 0.1
Work Based Training - Non Employed status 38 0.3 4 0.5 1 0.1 43 0.3
Work Based Training - Employment status 172 1.6 6 0.8 24 2.3 202 1.6
Employed - Other 1170 10.7 41 5.4 91 8.8 1302 10.2
Known not be in Education, Training or Employment 351 3.2 25 3.3 20 1.9 396 3.1
No response to survey 473 4.3 38 5.0 53 5.1 564 4.4
Left the area 60 0.5 9 1.2 4 0.4 73 0.6
Total Number in Cohort 10958 100.0 754 100.0 1032 100.0 12744 100.0
% of Total Cohort 86.0 5.9 8.1 100.0