Lynfield Kāhui Ako - School Qualifications

Vocational Pathway Awards

A formal school qualification is a measure of the extent to which young adults have completed a basic prerequisite for higher education and training, and many entry-level jobs.

School leavers are identified from the Ministry of Education's ENROL system, while highest school qualification is obtained from schools and the New Zealand Qualifications Authority. Data presented here is for school leavers with NCEA Level 1 and above, level 2 and above and level 3 and above (including a UE Award).

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Table 1: School leavers with at least one Vocational Pathway Award by gender and ethnic group, at any level (2016-2018)
Group No VP Award VP Award Percentage with VP Award
2016 2017 2018 2016 2017 2018 2016 2017 2018
Female 71 80 91 80 86 66 53.0 51.8 42.0
Male 122 127 116 74 74 48 37.8 36.8 29.3
Māori 19 22 21 11 12 2 36.7 35.3 8.7
Pacific 39 42 42 20 22 20 33.9 34.4 32.3
Asian 79 99 96 70 84 58 47.0 45.9 37.7
MELAA x x x x x x x x x
Other x x x x x x x x x
European/Pākehā 64 64 63 64 58 42 50.0 47.5 40.0
CoL Total 193 207 207 154 160 114 44.4 43.6 35.5
New Zealand Total 40,498 41,161 43,946 20,020 21,781 18,939 33.1 34.6 30.1

Notes:

  1. ‘x’ = data has been suppressed where there are between 0 and 5 students in the denominator for a specific group, for example Asian students. Where one gender has been suppressed the corresponding gender has also been suppressed. 'na' = not applicable.
  2. Ethnicity is multiple response, that is, students who affiliated in more than one ethnic group have been counted in each ethnic group. Students are only counted once in the total, therefore, the ethnic groups may not sum to the total.
  3. International fee-paying students and adult students (age 19+) are excluded.
Table 2: School leavers with a Vocational Pathway Award by gender and ethnic group, at any level (2018)
Group Construction and Infrastructure Manufacturing and Technology Primary Industries Service Industries Social and Community Services Creative Industries Total Leavers
Female 1 2 0 23 2 42 157
Male 3 10 0 9 1 30 164
Māori 0 0 0 1 0 1 23
Pacific 0 1 0 11 1 9 62
Asian 3 12 0 12 1 37 154
MELAA x x x x x x x
Other x x x x x x x
European/Pākehā 1 1 0 11 1 30 105
CoL Total 4 12 0 32 3 72 321

Notes:

  1. ‘x’ = data has been suppressed where there are between 0 and 5 students in the denominator for a specific group, for example Asian students. Where one gender has been suppressed the corresponding gender has also been suppressed. 'na' = not applicable.
  2. Ethnicity is multiple response, that is, students who affiliated in more than one ethnic group have been counted in each ethnic group. Students are only counted once in the total, therefore, the ethnic groups may not sum to the total.
  3. International fee-paying students and adult students (age 19+) are excluded.

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