Publication - Statistics publication

Summary Statistics for Schools in Scotland, No.4 : 2013 Edition

Published: 11 Dec 2013
Part of:
Statistics
ISBN:
9781784121631

This contains the results of the annual pupil census, annual teacher census, pre-school data, school estates data, attendance and absence data and exclusions data.

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Summary Statistics for Schools in Scotland, No.4 : 2013 Edition
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As a result of the investment and reorganisation of the school estate, the proportion of schools in good or satisfactory condition has increased from 61 per cent in April 2007 to 82 per cent in April 2013. Taking into account the different number of pupils in each school, this has resulted in the number of pupils in good or satisfactory condition schools rising from 61 per cent in April 2007 to 84 per cent in April 2013.

Table 7.2: Condition of all schools and the number of pupils on their school roll, April 2008 - April 2013(1)

2008 2009 2010 (3) 2011 2012 (3) 2013
Schools
Condition not recorded 25 39 15 11 6 1
A: Good 404 461 515 538 581 623
B: Satisfactory 1,443 1,577 1,586 1,558 1,540 1,477
C: Poor 698 578 510 479 446 449
D: Bad 134 53 40 31 23 17
Pupils on school roll (2)
Condition not recorded 4,782 5,275 1,218 166 176 0
A: Good 144,918 171,613 204,648 212,496 224,523 241,392
B: Satisfactory 339,641 354,086 342,625 345,404 334,204 318,799
C: Poor 175,354 135,648 114,374 107,831 102,845 103,815
D: Bad 25,794 12,438 5,804 5,724 7,476 5,889

(1) See background notes 3.18 for more information on the condition ratings.

(2) Taken from the number of pupils on the school roll in the Pupil Census for the previous September. So schools which opened after September but before April will not have any pupils recorded for that academic year.

(3) 2010 and 2012 have been corrected to take account of revised condition information for 4 East Dunbartonshire schools in 2010 and 3 in 2012 and differ slightly from previously published figures.


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