Research and Intelligence Team, Policy, Research and Engagement Division, Strategic Services
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Arboretum has a considerably lower percentage achieving 78 points across the Early Years
Foundation Stage Profile (EYFSP) than the Derby average.
Table 16: National Indicator (NI) 72 - Achievement of at least 78 points across the EYFSP
and Communication, Language and Literacy (CLL) 2010/11.
Key Stage 4
when compared to the Derby average.
Table 17: Percentage of students achieving 5+ A* - C including English and mathematics at
Not in Education, Employment or Training (NEET)
of Derby’s wards
Table 18: Comparison between ward NEET and City
Excluding out of city children
This analysis excludes Landau Forte Academy and non maintained schools
KS4 is proving difficult to match following some conversion of schools to academies. If there is a fix then more current
Connexions Derbyshire, November 2011 Snapshot
Note: The Derby NEET figure is the official Department for Education (DfE) figure. Ward figures are locally produced
This will be measured via NOMIS but will not be available at ward level.
Qualifications of All People Aged 16
no qualifications than the Derby average.
Figure 17: Qualifications of All People Aged 16 - 74 in the ward and comparison to Derby
Education, Skills and Training Domain
Seven indicators are used to calculate this domain of the overall Indices of Multiple
Deprivation 2010. They are:
Secondary School Absence
Staying on in Education
Entry to Higher Education
Derby is ranked the 78
most deprived local authority out of 326 in the Education, Skills and
Training domain. Arboretum is among the 20% most deprived in the country and is ranked
most deprived of all Derby wards.
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