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Asylum-seeker children: Total (1)

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The education of asylum-seeker pupils

For this report, Ofsted surveyed 37 schools in 11 local education authorities (LEAs) to evaluate the impact of the arrival of pupils from asylum-seeker families. The LEAs covered London, metropolitan authorities in the East Midlands and the North West, and three shire counties. The schools comprised one nursery, four first- and two middle-deemed secondary, 23 primary and seven secondary schools.

  • 22 Oct 2003
  • Ref 453
  • Ofsted