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Primary Education

Education written question – answered on 18th July 2013.

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Photo of Jim Cunningham Jim Cunningham Labour, Coventry South

To ask the Secretary of State for Education how many state-funded primary schools there are; and how many such schools there are with (a) up to 100, (b) between 101 and 200, (c) between 201 and 300, (d) between 301 and 400, (e) between 401 and 500, (f) between 501 and 600, (g) between 601 and 700, (h) between 701 and 800, (i) between 801 and 900, (j) between 901 and 1,000, (k) between 1,001 and 1,100, (l) between 1,101 and 1,200, (m) between 1,201 and 1,300, (n) between 1,301 and 1,400, (o) between 1,401 and 1,500, (p) between 1,501 and 1,600 and (q) more than 1,601 pupils.

Photo of David Laws David Laws The Minister of State, Cabinet Office, The Minister for Schools

Data on the number of pupils in each school are collected in the School Census. The latest data are for January 2013 and were published in the Statistical Release about the School Census on 20 June 2013:

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/schools-pupils-and-their-characteristics-january-2013

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