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Collected from information about collected from The earliest academic year data was collected from.

1995 - 96

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Data items
Name Old name Date collected Sensitivity information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. Identifiability information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. Values
AP_Gender 2007 - 08 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor Alt_Provision.AP_Gender
Allowed Values for Alt_Provision.AP_Gender X 1=Male
2=Female
0=Not Known
9=Not Specified

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

CIN_Gender 2008 - 09 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. B information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor CIN.CIN_Gender
Allowed Values for CIN.CIN_Gender X 1 = Male
2 = Female
0 = Not recorded or unborn at 31/03/xxxx
9 = Indeterminate

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

cla_SEX 2005 - 06 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. B information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor CLA.cla_SEX
Allowed Values for CLA.cla_SEX X 1 = Male
2 = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

EYC_Gender 2007 - 08 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor EarlyYearsCensus.EYC_Gender
Allowed Values for EarlyYearsCensus.EYC_Gender X 1=Male
2=Female
0=Not Known
9=Not Specified

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

FSP_GENDER f_gend 2002 - 03 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor EYFSP.FSP_GENDER
Allowed Values for EYFSP.FSP_GENDER X M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

Gender_[term][yy] gend_[yy] 2001 - 02 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor SC_Pupil.Gender_[term][yy]
Allowed Values for SC_Pupil.Gender_[term][yy] X M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

Gender_ab[yy] gend[yy]a 2005 - 06 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor Absence.Gender_ab[yy]
Allowed Values for Absence.Gender_ab[yy] X M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

Gender_ex[yy] gend_[yy] 2001 - 02 to 2004 - 05 information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

ISP_LEARNER_GENDER 2009 - 10 to 2012 - 13 information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor ISP.ISP_LEARNER_GENDER
Allowed Values for ISP.ISP_LEARNER_GENDER X F = Female
M = Male

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

KS1_GENDER k1_gend 1997 - 98 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor KS1.KS1_GENDER
Allowed Values for KS1.KS1_GENDER X M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

KS2_GENDER k2_gend 1995 - 96 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor KS2.KS2_GENDER
Allowed Values for KS2.KS2_GENDER X M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

KS3_GENDER k3_gend 1997 - 98 to 2012 - 13 information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor KS3.KS3_GENDER
Allowed Values for KS3.KS3_GENDER X M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

KS4_GENDER k4_gend 2001 - 02 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor KS4.KS4_GENDER
Allowed Values for KS4.KS4_GENDER X M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

KS5_GENDER k5_gend 2001 - 02 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor KS5.KS5_GENDER
Allowed Values for KS5.KS5_GENDER X Blank
M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

NCCIS_Gender 2010 - 11 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor NCCIS.NCCIS_Gender
Allowed Values for NCCIS.NCCIS_Gender X F = Female
M = Male
U = Not Known
W = Withheld

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

PHONICS_GENDER 2011 - 12 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor Phonics.PHONICS_GENDER
Allowed Values for Phonics.PHONICS_GENDER X M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

pl_Gender 2009 - 10 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor PLAMS.pl_Gender
Allowed Values for PLAMS.pl_Gender X M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

PRU_Gender_SPR[yy] 2009 - 10 to 2012 - 13 information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor PRU_Census.PRU_Gender_SPR[yy]
Allowed Values for PRU_Census.PRU_Gender_SPR[yy] X M = Male
F = Female

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

Y7_GENDER y7_gend 2000 - 01 to 2006 - 07 information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5
Allowed Valuesfor Year_7.Y7_GENDER
Allowed Values for Year_7.Y7_GENDER X M = Male
F = Female
? = Unknown

Currently the Department use a variety of methods, and underlying code sets, for the collection of gender and / or sex across our data collections. As a result of the response options allowed within some data collections, alongside the potential to view changes in reported gender over time, the Department have taken the decision to treat gender and sex as special category data. As a result, we now ask all applicants to provide justification for receiving and using this this data in their analysis/research.

YPMAD_gender 2019 - 20 to present information about sensitivity Data is given a sensitivity scale. Items are rated from A to E with A being highly sensitive and E being low. D information about identifiability Data is scored on identifiability scale from 1 to 5, the lower the number the higher the identifiability. 5

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