Pupils under five years in each local education authority in England
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Pupils under five years in each local education authority in England January 1986. by Department of Education and Science

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Published by Department of Education and Science in London .
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SeriesStatistical bulletin 9/87
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Open LibraryOL14844658M

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To obtain a picture of the education of children under 5, data from each of these sources is combined in this publication. 2. Background Entitlement to funded early education places All 4-year-olds have been entitled to a funded early education place since and from April this entitlement was extended to all 3-year-olds.   This data contains the latest information up to January on the provision of funded early education for children under 5 in the maintained, private, voluntary and independent sectors in England. The data was collected from schools, maintained nurseries, local authorities and private, voluntary and independent providers, including childminders (PVIs) in January as part of the . However, the legislative framework for funding early years education varied. Maintained schools were funded via the local authority’s school funding formula and local authorities could use pupil numbers or place funding for children under five at maintained schools. They were required to treat under-five pupils in maintained. During Good Relations Week, the Education Authority (EA) launched “When the Lights Go Out”, a bilingual story book for children in schools in Northern Ireland. The story, set in locations across Northern Ireland, reflects themes of acceptance, tolerance, trust-building and belonging.

Muslim Pupils’ Educational Experiences in England and Scotland (MEEEPS) Working Paper 1 education organised in local education authorities (LEA). Each LEA was required to consider the 5 years of local authority overseeing education. This book is divided into five chapters as follows. be complied with in all registered and maintained early years settings in England, states that: area of the local education authority. c) Is under five and falls within the definition at a) or b) above, or would do if special educational provision were.   Local-authority-district-level education statistics broken down by pupil disadvantage groups. Education systems in England have changed radically over the past few years with a transformed role for local authorities (LAs), a more autonomous school system and a move towards sector-led school improvement. Many say that this shift heralds the end of the LA’s role in education.

There is a total of million pupils in all schools in England. This is an increase of 84, pupils (%) since The total number of pupils has grown every year since and there are now , more pupils in schools than at that point. By school type, the latest data shows. birthday. Pre-school education can be provided by local authority centres, or private and voluntary providers under a partnership arrangement. In Scotland, early years education is called ante-pre-school education for those who start receiving their pre-school education in the academic year after their 3rd birthday until the end of that. Primary Education 7. In England, all schools are legally required to provide a broad and balanced curriculum, and all maintained schools must teach the national curriculum for year-olds. 8. The primary stage covers three age ranges: nursery (under 5), infant (5 to 7 or 8) (key stage 1) and junior (up to 11 or 12) (key stage 2).   Sarah Teather: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many pupils were enrolled in private schools in (a) England, (b) each region and (c) each local education authority area in each of the last 10 years for which figures are available. [].