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Schools: Greater London

Volume 488: debated on Tuesday 24 February 2009

To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what percentage of (a) primary schools for (i) infant and (ii) junior pupils and (b) secondary schools in each London borough were (A) community, (B) Church of England, (C) Roman Catholic and (D) other types of school at the last date for which figures are available. (255706)

The available information is shown in the table:

Primary and secondary schools1, 2, percentage of schools by type of school, January 2008 (Final), London local authorities

Primary schools1

Secondary schools2

Community schools

Church of England3

Roman Catholic4

Other5

Total

Community schools

Church of England3

Roman Catholic4

Other5

Total

Camden

48.8

31.7

19.5

0.0

41

55.6

0.0

22.2

22.2

9

City of London

0.0

100.0

0.0

0.0

1

0.0

0.0

0.0

0

Hackney

75.5

13.2

7.5

3.8

53

27.3

9.1

18.2

45.5

11

Hammersmith and Fulham

62.9

14.3

20.0

2.9

35

55.6

22.2

22.2

0.0

9

Haringey

66.7

15.9

17.5

0.0

63

66.7

8,3

8.3

16.7

12

Islington

65.9

18.2

15.9

0.0

44

60.0

10.0

20.0

10,0

10

Kensington and Chelsea

46.2

26.9

26.9

0.0

26

25.0

0.0

75.0

0.0

4

Lambeth

55.0

25.0

11.7

8.3

60

11.8

17.6

11.8

58,8

17

Lewisham

69.1

14.7

14.7

1.5

68

50.0

7.1

14.3

28.6

14

Newham

84.8

4.5

10.6

0.0

66

80.0

0.0

13.3

6.7

15

Southwark

60.6

16.9

16.9

5.6

71

6.7

13.3

26.7

53.3

15

Tower Hamlets

73.9

13.0

13.0

0.0

69

60.0

13.3

13.3

13.3

15

Wandsworth

57.1

16.1

16.1

10.7

56

18.2

9.1

18.2

54.5

11

Westminster

35.0

47.5

17.5

0.0

40

20.0

30.0

10.0

40.0

10

Inner London

63.6

18.5

15.2

2.7

693

42.9

11.6

18.4

27.2

147

Barking and Dagenham

85.7

4.1

10.2

0.0

49

88.9

0.0

11.1

0.0

9

Barnet

57.5

16.1

12.6

13.8

87

40.0

5.0

20.0

35.0

20

Bexley

71.2

11.9

11.9

5.1

59

41.2

5.9

23.5

29.4

17

Brent

59.3

8.5

18.6

13.6

59

0.0

0.0

21.4

78.6

14

Bromley

72.4

10.5

10.5

6.6

76

0.0

11.8

0.0

88.2

17

Croydon

76.4

7.9

12.4

3.4

89

26.1

8.7

21.7

43.5

23

Ealing

76.6

4.7

12.5

6.3

64

38.5

7.7

7.7

46.2

13

Enfield

71.2

18.2

7.6

3.0

66

55.6

5.6

11.1

27.8

18

Greenwich

72.3

10.8

15.4

1.5

65

64.3

7.1

21.4

7.1

14

Harrow

84.9

1.9

11.3

1.9

53

80.0

0.0

20.0

0.0

10

Havering

84.4

3.1

12.5

0.0

64

61.1

5.6

11.1

22.2

18

Hillingdon

67.7

9.2

9.2

13.8

65

5.6

5.6

5.6

83.3

18

Hounslow

86.4

3.4

10.2

0.0

59

64.3

7.1

21.4

7.1

14

Kingston upon Thames

58.8

29.4

11.8

0.0

34

40.0

10.0

20.0

30.0

10

Merton

74.4

11.6

14.0

0.0

43

37.5

12.5

25.0

25.0

8

Redbridge

82.7

1.9

11.5

3.8

52

64.7

0.0

17.6

17.5

17

Richmond upon Thames

63.4

22.0

14.6

0.0

41

87.5

12.5

0.0

0.0

8

Sutton

70.7

9.8

12.2

7.3

41

35.7

7.1

14.3

42.9

14

Waltham Forest

81.8

7.3

10.9

0.0

55

76.5

0.0

5.9

17.6

17

Outer London

73.5

9.7

12.0

4.7

1,121

44.8

5.7

14.7

34.8

279

London

69.7

13.1

13.2

4.0

1,814

44.1

7.7

16.0

32.2

426

1 Includes middle deemed. 2 Includes CTCs and academies. 3. Includes voluntary aided schools, voluntary controlled schools and foundation where the denomination is Church of England. 4. Includes voluntary aided schools, voluntary controlled schools and foundation where the denomination is Roman Catholic. 5 Includes non-religious schools, schools of other faiths, multi-faith schools and multi-denominational schools. For secondary schools also includes CTCs. Source: School Census.