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National Statistics

Admissions appeals in England: academic year 2014 to 2015

Maintained and academy primary and secondary school admission appeals relating to the start of the 2014 to 2015 academic year.

Documents

Main text: SFR31/2015

Main tables: SFR31/2015

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Main tables: SFR31/2015

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Underlying data: SFR31/2015

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Methodology document: SFR31/2015

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Details

This publication sets out:

  • the number and percentage of appeals
  • the number of appeals heard by an appeals panel
  • the number and percentage of heard appeals found in the parent’s favour

The data is broken down by school type as well as by local authority.