Information about pupils and their school including personal and family data, where they live, the school they go to and when they started there.


Specific pupil populations

If a pupil is in full-time employment, a boarder, gifted and talented, a part-time pupil, has parents in the services or is an asylum seeker.


The gender of pupils and where the information comes from.


The ethnic code for pupils, where the information comes from and which of the 20 minor and 7 major ethnicity groups they belong to.


How many siblings a pupil has and the order they were born. Based on their address, and address and surname.

Socio-economic status

Current and previous eligibility for free school meals and income deprivation affecting children index (IDACI) rank, score and decile by postcode.

Location and mobility

Pupil and school address details including local authority, output area, constituency, how far the pupil travels to school and how they get there.


The language a pupil speaks. Includes their first language, where English is not their first language and their minor and major language group.

Special educational needs

The type of special educational need (SEN) including the learning difficulty or disability, and SEN provision and support.

School registration details

Includes pupil enrolment and early years registration, year groups and phases, time in education, early years funding, and school and census collection information.


Pupil age including date, month and year of birth and age at the start of the academic year.

School information

The type of school or institution, its description, whether the main language is English or Welsh and the school admissions policy.

Pupil name

The name of pupils and where the information comes from.

Pupil contact details

The phone number of pupils.

Pupil reference numbers

Includes unique pupil number, school unique reference number (URN), Ofsted URN, pupil index number, national centre number, census table ID and test serial number.