Pupil absence in 2020/2021
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Pupil population in 2020/2021
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|School||England – mainstream primary schools|
|Total number of pupils on roll (all ages)||25||4,660,264|
|Girls on roll||48.0%||49.1%|
|Boys on roll||52.0%||50.9%|
|Pupils with a SEN education, health and care plan||24.0%||2.0%|
|Pupils with SEN support||12.0%||12.6%|
|Pupils whose first language is not english||0%||20.9%|
|Pupils eligible for free school meals at any time during the past 6 years||20.0%||23.5%|
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Finance in 2020-2021
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