National Statistics

Schools, pupils and their characteristics: January 2016

Information collected in the January 2016 school census, including the number of schools and pupils.

Documents

Main text: SFR20/2016

National tables: SFR20/2016

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National tables: SFR20/2016

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Local authority and regional tables: SFR20/2016

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Local authority and regional tables: SFR20/2016

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Cross-border movement local authority tables: SFR20/2016

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Methodology document: SFR20/2016

Underlying data: SFR20/2016

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Technical annex: SFR20/2016

Details

This release sets out information on:

  • pupil and school numbers by type of school
  • free school meals eligibility
  • first language
  • special educational needs (SEN) provision and type
  • class sizes
  • pupil numbers by ethnic origin
  • pupils attending schools in local authorities different to those they live in

The technical annex explains the statistics.

Infrastructure statistics team

Published 28 June 2016
Last updated 14 September 2016 + show all updates
  1. This version corrects the figure on page 13 in section 7 of the main text which previously stated that there ‘are now 1.22 million pupils with special educational needs in state-funded schools in England’. The figure was incorrectly rounded to 1.22 million and now reads 1.23 million. It also relates to all schools, including independent schools, and so no longer refers to ‘state-funded’ schools only in this sentence.
  2. First published.