asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will publish in the Official Report statistics on the occupational destinations of school leavers in each local education authority in Yorkshire and Humberside by numbers and as proportions for the most recently available year, setting out the results for boys and girls separately.
The information requested is not available. Some information at regional level will be available as a result of a series of studies of young people aged 16 to 19 commissioned jointly by the Department of Education and Science, the Manpower Services Commission and the Department of Employment in England and Wales. Preliminary results, covering the experiences of young people who reached the minimum school leaving age in 1983–84, are expected to become available towards the end of this year.
asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will publish statistics in the Official Report on the general certificate of education/certificate of secondary education achievements of school leavers in each local education authority in Yorkshire and
|School leavers, England 1982–83|
|Maintained schools, Yorkshire and Humberside region|
|Proportion of leavers with no A level passes but:||Proportion of leavers with no A level passes but:|
|Total leavers 1000's)||1+A level passes||5+ higher grade O level/CSE passes||1–4 higher grade 0 level/CSE passes||1+ other grade passes||No graded results||Total leavers (000's)||1+A level passes||5+ higher grade O level/CSE passes||1–4 higher grade O level/CSE passes||1+ other grade passes||No graded results|
Source: School Leavers Survey. Proportions are subject to sampling error.
Note: Higher grade O level/CSE passes defined as O level passes grades A-C and CSE grade I. Other grades defined as O level passes D, E and CSE grades 2–5.