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Economic Inactivity in Wales
Department: Welsh Government
Statistics on Economic Inactivity includes for Wales and the UK. Annual data at Welsh local authority level.
Educational Attainment of Young People by Age 19 in Wales
Department: Welsh Government
This Statistical Release presents data on the educational attainment of young people by the age of 19.
Educational Maintenance Allowances Awarded in Wales
Department: Welsh Government
Presents information on the number of Education Maintenance Allowances (EMAs) awarded to students aged 16, 17 and 18 in further education in Welsh schools and further education institutions.
Electoral Roll, Wales
Department: Welsh Government
Shows the number of people who on 1 December were registered to vote in elections.
Employment in the Public Sector in Wales
Department: Welsh Government
This Statistical Bulletin presents data on employment in the public sector in Wales
End of Foundation Phase Outcomes and National Curriculum Teacher Assessment of Core Subjects at Key Stages 2 and 3
Department: Welsh Government
An annual report looking at pupil achievements in English, Welsh, Mathematics and Science at Key Stage 1, 2 and 3, including information by gender and level of achievement.
Energy Generation and Consumption for Wales
Department: Welsh Government
A statistical bulletin covering generation by fuel, electricity exported, renewable generation, domestic energy consumption,
Energy Statistics for Wales
Department: Welsh Government
This Statistical Bulletin covers topics such as generation, efficiency and consumption.
Equality Data for Social Housing Tenants in Wales
Department: Welsh Government
This Statistical Bulletin shows data by ethnicity, age and gender.
Examination Results in Wales
Department: Welsh Government
Presents results of external examinations taken by pupils aged 15 or 17 in schools.