10 February 2020
This research project will analyse how individuals who are resident in Wales progress through secondary school, into sixth forms and on to further education colleges for post-16 education. This research will look at the transitions of pupils from school to post-compulsory education and training in Wales. It will look at the levels of retention in Wales, and examines what influences Year 11 pupils to go into post-compulsory education in Wales.
This project aims to examine how pathways to post-compulsory education vary between different groups of pupils. Areas of specific interest include the progression of pupils from Welsh medium schools and how these pathways vary by socio-economic characteristics such as gender, free-school meal status, ethnicity and those with special educational needs.
Rhys Davies & Dr Katy Huxley, Cardiff University, Wales Institute of Social & Economic Research, Data & Methods (ADR Wales).
This project is funded by ADR Wales via its core grant from the Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC) as an ADR UK partner.