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Long-term disadvantage, part six: Measuring disadvantage in the north

This is part six in a series of blogposts exploring long-term disadvantage. Other posts in the series can be found here. In previous blogposts in this series we have shown that the impact of disadvantage on attainment and progress varies according to the percentage of their time in school that a pupil has been eligible for [...]

By |2018-04-19T14:56:19+01:0023rd February 2018|Pupil demographics, School improvement|

Explore England’s changing free school meals rates

Most of the time our work involves using the National Pupil Database to examine particular aspects of the education system. However, it can also throw up interesting insights into the state of the nation more generally. Last year, we wrote about how the percentage of pupils eligible for and claiming free school meals (FSM) had [...]

By |2018-09-27T17:26:02+01:0018th December 2017|Pupil demographics|