In 2005, 180 (5.6 per cent.) of 16-year-olds in Havering left compulsory education and entered into employment.
These data are for 16-year-olds resident in Havering LEA, figures are not available for Romford. It is for all 16-year-olds who have finished compulsory education, figures are not available for just those who have finished a GCSE qualification. The figures relate to the activity on 1 November 2005 after finishing compulsory education.
At end 2004, 1,700 (56 per cent.) of 16-year-olds in Havering were participating in full-time education at a sixth-form college or other further education college. In addition a further 700 (22 per cent.) of 16-year-olds were participating in full-time education in schools.
These data are for all 16-year-olds resident in Havering LEA, there is no information available solely on those that have finished their GCSE qualifications. Havering LEA is the smallest local area for which data are available. End 2004 is the most recent year for which data is available.