Initial teacher training census for the academic year 2013/14

KEY STATISTICS

 

This section provides an overview of the key statistics on new entrants to
initial teacher training in the academic year 2013/14. It is based on data
about 32,470 actual new entrants on a training programme on the census
date (2nd Wednesday in October 2013) and a forecast of 640 new
entrants expected to start a training programme in this academic year.
The provisional data will be updated at the end of the academic year and
published as final statistics in November 2014.

 

 The total number of new entrants who have started, or expect to
start, a primary or secondary initial teacher training programme in the
academic year 2013/14 is 33,110 (96 per cent of the target).

 

 The number of new entrants who have started, or expect to start,
a primary programme is 19,820 (96 per cent of the target), and is made
up of 14,280 trainees on postgraduate programmes (101 per cent of the
target) and 5,530 trainees on undergraduate programmes (85 per cent of
the target).

 

 The number of new entrants who have started, or expect to start,
a secondary programme is 13,300 (96 per cent of the target), and is made
up of 12,980 trainees on postgraduate programmes (97 per cent of the
target) and 310 trainees on undergraduate programmes (62 per cent of
the target).

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/initial-teacher-training-trainee-number-census-2013-to-2014