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Mainstream final year secondary trainees employment status1,2,3
Percentage
Subject of ITT training Number of final year mainstream secondary trainees gaining QTS Proportion of trainees gaining QTS who are known to enter a teaching post in a maintained school six months after gaining QTS Proportion of trainees gaining QTS who are known to enter a teaching post in a school with an unknown sector six months after gaining QTS Proportion of trainees gaining QTS who have an unknown destination

1998-99

Mathematics

940

68

11

9

English(4)

1,830

64

12

12

Science

1,910

60

11

11

Modern languages

1,410

58

14

13

Technology

1,360

61

10

14

Design and technology

740

62

12

14

Information and communications technology

250

59

10

15

Business studies

370

60

7

12

History

790

52

14

16

Geography

680

54

10

13

Art and design

810

56

11

15

Music

440

57

14

12

Religious education

530

56

10

12

Physical education

1,340

63

9

11

Other(5)

170

58

12

12

Citizenship

Total

12,340

60

11

12

1999-2000

Mathematics

1,060

68

10

13

English(4)

1,700

70

8

14

Science

1,940

68

10

13

Modern languages

1,290

63

11

15

Technology

1,360

65

10

16

Design and technology

650

63

13

17

Information and communications technology

310

66

6

18

Business studies

340

70

10

12

History

760

62

10

16

Geography

750

70

7

12

Art and design

700

64

6

18

Music

470

65

12

15

Religious education

450

67

7

16

Physical education

1,150

74

4

12

Other(5)

270

60

12

13

Citizenship

Total

11,820

67

9

14

2000-01

Mathematics

990

72

10

10

English(4)

1.750

75

7

12

Science

1,940

72

8

12

Modern languages

1,390

69

6

16

Technology

1,400

67

13

12

Design and technology

670

69

13

12

Information and communications technology

400

68

11

12

Business studies

340

60

16

13

History

770

71

9

12

Geography

790

67

11

12

Art and design

670

67

7

15

Music

470

66

8

15

Religious education

450

64

12

15

Physical education

1,200

75

7

9

Other(5)

290

64

9

8

Citizenship

Total

12,100

70

9

12

2001-02

Mathematics

1,090

77

5

9

English(4)

1,800

78

6

10

Science

2,030

77

5

9

Modern languages

1,340

72

4

14

Technology

1,540

73

10

10

Design and technology

690

73

10

11

Information and communications technology

460

76

7

9

Business studies

400

71

13

8

History

790

72

3

15

Geography

810

72

4

13

Art and design

630

71

4

16

Music

470

76

4

10

Religious education

440

71

5

13

Physical education

1,270

79

4

7

Other(5)

240

68

5

12

Citizenship

130

75

6

9

Total

12,550

75

5

11

2002-03

Mathematics

1,270

72

4

13

English(4)

2,070

74

5

13

Science

2,140

71

5

12

Modern languages

1,350

62

6

17

Technology

1,850

77

6

8

Design and technology

740

77

5

11

Information and communications technology

620

76

6

9

Business studies

490

78

6

5

History

840

67

6

13

Geography

800

70

6

14

Art and design

720

66

8

15

Music

460

65

9

17

Religious education

440

67

6

12

Physical education

1,180

79

3

8

Other(5)

210

44

6

32

Citizenship

180

65

11

15

Total

13,490

71

6

13

2003-04

Mathematics

1,520

74

6

10

English(4)

2,170

72

7

11

Science

2,310

72

6

10

Modern languages

1,450

64

8

14

Technology

2,060

72

6

13

Design and technology

830

74

6

13

Information and communications technology

750

73

6

13

Business studies

470

68

9

14

History

850

69

6

9

Geography

850

71

7

8

Art and design

810

69

8

10

Music

510

71

8

11

Religious education

460

69

5

11

Physical education

1,390

78

4

6

Other(5)

280

66

11

8

Citizenship

0

78

8

9

Total

14,860

71

6

10

2004-05

Mathematics

1,570

74

4

10

English(4)

2,050

78

5

9

Science

2,230

73

5

10

Modern languages

1,360

60

6

13

Technology

2,070

73

6

11

Design and technology

800

75

5

11

Information and communications technology

750

72

6

14

Business studies

520

72

8

7

History

830

75

4

9

Geography

810

70

7

9

Art and design

670

69

6

11

Music

500

72

6

9

Religious education

470

77

3

9

Physical education

1,330

75

5

10

Other(5)

370

69

8

10

Citizenship

220

67

5

19

Total

14,460

72

5

10

2005-06

Mathematics

1,550

73

4

8

English(4)

2,000

77

5

8

Science

2,410

71

6

9

Modern languages

1,260

60

6

13

Technology

1,950

73

6

8

Design and technology

720

78

5

8

Information and communications technology

750

71

8

11

Business studies

490

71

5

5

History

780

70

7

6

Geography

750

71

6

6

Art and design

620

68

6

9

Music

560

70

6

10

Religious education

520

69

10

8

Physical education

1,270

79

6

6

Other(5)

930

66

11

10

Citizenship

190

75

6

13

Total

14,420

72

6

8

(1) Includes trainees from universities and other higher education (HE) institutions, school centred initial teacher training (SCITT) and open universities (OU), but exclude employment based routes (EBR). (2) Employment information is not collected for trainees who enter ITT through employment based routes (3) Numbers are individually rounded to the nearest 10. (4) English includes dance and drama. (5) Other includes classics, economics, social studies, vocational subjects (from 2003/04 onwards) and assessment only records (in 2005-06) Source: TDA performance profiles

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