Student population in correspondence school in New Zealand
By funding year level, as at 1 July 2016, number of students
Funding Year Level (FYL): Prior to 2008 this was known as Year of Schooling or MOE Year Level. The funding year level measures the number of years of schooling a student has received and provides the Ministry of Education with a method of counting students for funding and staffing purposes. The funding year level for most students is based on the date they first started school.
The funding year level is independent of the way schools are organised and independent of the particular programme of study that a student may undertake. It is therefore possible for a contributing school (year 1-6 current year levels) to have students in funding year level 7, or secondary schools that finish at learning current year level 13 to have students in funding year level 14 or 15.
The roll data presented in these tables is from the July roll returns. Ethnic group information in July roll returns is prioritised. International students are treated as a separate ethnic group; therefore subtracting international students from the total roll equals the domestic roll.
'Other' region: correspondence school.
Data provided by
Know Your Region: Student Population - Rolls by funding year level, gender, and ethnic group, by Region as at 1 July 2016
How to find the data
To find specific regional data, select the region of your choice, then select Student Population > Age.
The Ministry provided Figure.NZ with a raw extract of all regions in November 2016.
Import & extraction details
From the dataset Know Your Region: Student Population - Rolls by funding year level, gender, and ethnic group, by Region as at 1 July 2016, this data was extracted:
- Rows: 2-778
- Columns: 4-10
- Provided: 5,439 data points
This data forms the table Student Population - Rolls by funding year level, sex, and ethnic group, as at 1 July 2016.
About this dataset
The Ministry uses school roll data in a number of ways: to fund and staff schools; to support policy analysis, development, and decision making; to monitor the outcomes of the New Zealand education system; and for national and international reporting purposes.
The roll data presented here is based on the 1 July roll returns.