LESS than a 3rd of kids plan to go to greater schooling after college in a document low, a shock ballot reveals at the moment.
Solely 32 per cent of college leavers polled by the Sutton Belief mentioned they have been “very doubtless” to go on to school or school – down from a excessive of 41 per cent in 2009.
The tutorial charity mentioned it was the bottom response since they started polling in 2003.
Officers mentioned the figures had been steadily declining since 2009.
Deprived pupils have been additionally much less prone to suppose they may go on to greater schooling.
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The ballot got here as sixth-formers throughout England, Wales and Northern Eire open their A-level outcomes to be taught whether or not they have gained their college locations.
The survey of two,300 kids aged 11-16 in England and Wales, discovered three-quarters suppose you will need to go to school, down from 78% final yr and a excessive of 86 per cent in 2013.
Ladies usually tend to say they count on to check for a level than boys (81 per cent in contrast with 73 per cent), the ballot discovered.
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