Special Educational Needs

The term ‘special educational needs’ refers to children who have learning difficulties or disabilities that make it harder for them to learn than most children of the same age. Many children will have special needs of some kind at some time during their education. This measure shows the number of children in any special educational needs category as a percentage of all pupils.

 

Number of children with special educational needs

Area201320142015201620172018
Exeter 011F695772434547
Q4 - Below Average4,2174,2683,6073,4913,6733,613
Exeter3,1312,9582,7282,3512,3772,568
Devon19,72019,68817,10816,15016,20516,288
Eastern LCP9,6919,5278,1287,4647,7538,179

 

Percentage of children with special educational needs

Area201320142015201620172018
Exeter 011F30.5%23.1%28.8%16.7%16.7%18.1%
Q4 - Below Average18.8%18.8%15.8%15.1%15.6%15.2%
Exeter23.0%21.5%19.7%16.7%16.8%17.7%
Devon21.3%21.2%18.3%17.1%17.0%16.9%
Eastern LCP21.7%21.1%17.8%16.1%16.5%17.1%

 

Percentage trend of children with special educational needs

 

Percentage of children with special educational needs (latest data)

 

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