This chapter provides a breakdown of educational outcomes for post-primary students. This includes all students who were, according to the categories outlined in Chapter 3, in ‘education & training only’ and ‘education & training and substantial employment’.
These outcomes incorporate repeat leaving certificate, enrolment in higher education, further education and training, and, primarily for Early Leavers, post-primary re-enrolment and Youthreach. The figures presented are by calendar year, based on either an administrative enrolment or award record. For enrolments, activity is counted for the enrolment year and the subsequent year. For awards, activity is counted for the award year and all relevant preceding years. For most instances this will relate to a single preceding year, but apprenticeship records cover four years preceding the award. Estimates for Youthreach enrolments are based on progressions from post-primary education during 2012 - 2017 into Youthreach in 2017 (see方法).
Over three quarters (77.4%) of the 50,810 LCE Completers with valid Personal Identifier Keys (PIKs) from the 2012/2013 academic year were engaged in education generally ('education & training and substantial employment' or 'education and training only') in year one.
Almost half (48.0%) of students were in ‘higher education’ one year after post-primary. This rate peaks at 54.1% in year three.
‘Further education’ accounts for 25.2% of educational outcomes in year one, which also represents the peak year for this category.
Students active in ‘both further and higher education’ in year one amounted to 0.9%, peaking in year two at 7.1%.
重复毕业证书 students registered at 2.8% in years one and two, dropping off considerably thereafter to 0.9% and below.
In year one, 22.6% of completers are ‘not in education’, rising to 40.3% in year five.
For the academic school year 2012/2013, only 1.7% of the 2,810 Early Leavers (with valid PIKs) are in ‘higher education’ one year after post-primary education. This rises to 14.8% in year four.
‘Further education’ is the primary educational outcome for Early Leavers with 25.0% enrolled in year one. In year three, 33.2% were enrolled (the highest recorded for this outcome in the five-year time period).
Activity in ‘both further and higher education’ accounted for 0.1% of educational outcomes in year one, rising to 1.4% in year five.
Early Leavers enrol in the repeat leaving certificate at a rate of 0.7% and in the LCE programme at a rate of 1.6%.
Estimates were calculated for enrolments in Youthreach based on data available for comparable cohorts in subsequent academic years, and applied to the cohorts analysed in this study (see方法chapter). On this basis, it is calculated that 19.5% of Early Leavers from the 2012/2013 academic year were enrolled in ‘Youthreach’ in year one. This is the peak year for estimated ‘Youthreach’ enrolments.
Over half (51.5%) of Early Leavers were not in an educational outcome one year after post-primary. This rate is lowest in year three at 37.6%
Of the 24,980 female completers (with valid PIKs) in the 2012/2013 academic year, 49.0% were in ‘higher education’ in year one and 56.6% in year four (highest recorded over the five-year time period). Among the 25,830 male completers (again with valid PIKs), 47.1% were enrolled in ‘higher education’ in year one, peaking at 51.8% in year three.
Females enrolled in ‘further education’ at a rate of 27.4% in year one. This was the peak year for female enrolments. Males were less likely to engage with ‘further education’ with 23.1% enrolled in year one and peaking at 24.6% in year two.
Enrolments in ‘both further and higher education’ in the same calendar year accounted to 1.0% of males’ and 0.9% females’ educational outcomes. Both genders in this category peaked in year two at 7.6% for females and 6.6% for males.
While 2.5% of females repeated the leaving certificate in year one, 3.1% of males did so too.
In year one, 19.9% of female LCE Completers and 25.2% of male LCE Completers were ‘not in education’. These figures are lowest in year two for females at 13.1% and males at 16.4%.
对于在2012/2013学年1240名女性早期离校生（凭有效皮克斯），2.0％的人在一年一个峰值“高等教育”以20.2％第四年。 For the 1,580 males, 1.5% were in ‘higher education’ in year one, with 10.5% in both year four and five.
只有女性和男性的0.1％，是在“既继续教育和高等教育”在一年入学。 This peaks for females in year four at 1.4% and in year five for males at 1.5%.
重复留下证书入学教育成果一年一个分别占1.0％，女性和男性的早期毕业生的0.4％。 While this represents the peak figure for females, male re-enrolments peak in year three at 0.6%. The rate of re-enrolment in LCE programme was 1.2% for females and 2.0% for males.
女毕业生参加“青少年教育”项目在一年内以23.7％的速度递增，而男性就读于25.0％的速度递增。 Year one represents the peak year of ‘Youthreach’ enrolments for both genders.
在一年一个，女性50.7％的男性和43.2％的人“没有教育”。 This is lowest in year three for females at 32.6% and for males at 35.3%.