Pupil Place Planning. Presentation to Chairs’ and Governors’ Forum 7 February 2012 Alan Wharton. Demand for Primary Pupil Places. Meeting demand (primary) 1. Most primary pupils attend schools close to home.
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Presentation to Chairs’ and Governors’ Forum
7 February 2012
There are over 4,000 children and young people living in the impacted households for both the primary and secondary sector. It is estimated that Westminster could potentially lose 17% of primary school age children and 11% of their 11 to 13 year old pupils.
Paddington Green (34% loss)
St Augustine’s (25% loss)
Hallfield Infants* (24% loss)
St James and St Michaels (23% loss)
Edward Wilson Primary (21% loss)
Hallfield Juniors* (21% loss)
* Statistics compiled early 2011