How many Catholic high schools are in London?

How many Catholic high schools are there in England?


State-funded secondary schools
Community Academies
No Religious Character 871 1,381
Church of England 109
Roman Catholic 75

Are Catholic schools better in UK?

“The 2016 Catholic Schools Census is the most accurate representation of Catholic schools in England. It finds that Catholic Schools educate 21 per cent more pupils from ethnic minority backgrounds than the national average, and in Catholic primary schools, almost 40 per cent more pupils from the poorest households.

Can non Catholics go to Catholic school UK?

In the United Kingdom, there are many ‘local authority maintained’ (i.e. state funded) Catholic schools. These are theoretically open to pupils of all faiths or none, although if the school is over-subscribed priority will be given to Catholic children.

How many church schools are there in the UK?

One in four primary schools and one in 16 secondary schools in England are Church of England schools. There are more than 4,700 of these establishments, where around one million pupils are educated.

How many religious schools are there in the UK?

At the start of January 2017, there were 6,814 state-funded faith schools in England, making up 37 per cent of all state primary schools (6,177) and 19 per cent (637) of all secondaries.

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How many schools are in London England?

There are approximately 3250 schools in London.

How many public schools are in London?

There are over 3,000 schools in the capital, and 92 per cent of state-funded schools are good or outstanding7. Although nearly all schools in London are high performing, 97,000 pupils are being educated in schools rated by Ofsted as less than good8.