The available information on the number of pupils of compulsory school age with dual registration status is given in the table.
Pupils who are dually registered at two schools will generally spend more time at one school (dual "main" registration) than at the other (dual "subsidiary" registration). A detailed breakdown of dual registrations is not available from all school types.
|Maintained primary, secondary and all special schools, pupil referral units and independent schools number of dually registered pupils. Position in January each year: 2002 to 2006—England|
|Headcount of pupils aged five to 15( 1)|
|Maintained primary and secondary schools( 2)||Maintained special schools (excluding general hospital)||General hospital schools||Non-maintained special schools||Pupil referral units||Independent schools|
|Dual (Main)||Dual (Subsidiary)||Dual (Main)||Dual (Subsidiary)||Dual( 4)||Dual (Main)||Dual (Subsidiary)||Dual( 4)||Dual( 4)|
|n/a = Not available. |
(1) Age at the start of the school year.
(2) Includes middle schools as deemed.
(3) Due to differences and changes in the underlying data collection, the number of pupils with dual subsidiary registration are not available for non-maintained special schools for 2002, and general hospital schools for all years.
(4) Includes both main and subsidiary dual registrations.
(5) One or two pupils.
Pupil numbers have been rounded to the nearest 10.