School Types in England and Wales – Statistical Overview…

As of 2017, there were over 250 000 children in ‘Converter Academies’, 86, 000 students in sponsored academies, and 170 000 students in LEA maintained schools. This that in 2017 there were twice as many students in converter and sponsored academies combined as there are in LEA funded mainstream schools….

Number Pupils Schools Academies

Free Schools, meanwhile, cater to only just over 3000 students, with studio schools the least popular type of school, with only 1200 students.

Click on the link above, for the (slightly lame) interactive version… NB this is me still trying to get my head around Tableau!

 

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2 Responses to School Types in England and Wales – Statistical Overview…

  1. Anonymous says:

    England only not Wales – there are no free or academy schools in Wales. Just underfunded LEA schools. “One teaching union, the NASUWT, estimates the gap between the two countries is now £678 per pupil in England’s favour.”

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