The full Timpson Review Report from the Department for Education looking into the number of school exclusions and underlying trends in those exclusions. Key findings include:
7% of permanently excluded children achieved good passes in GCSE English and Maths in 2016/17
4.5% of children educated in Alternative Provision settings achieved good passes in GCSE English and Maths in 2016/17
Over 1/3 of children who completed Key Stage 4 in Alternative Provision settings go on to be NEET (not in Education, Employment or Training).