The School Census return provides essential information that's needed to understand what's going on in schools and to make sure that that national policy is developed sensibly and appropriately. Pupil numbers collected in the January census are the basis for allocating funding to local authorities and schools.
School census underpins important benchmarking data in the national pupil database and publications such as RAISEonline. Local education authorities, other government departments, external agencies and educational researchers all make important use of the information.
The data is shown by the ward the pupil resides in (Nottingham City wards).
Data shows split by gender, ages, ethnicity and first language.
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