Secondary 2011 intake – offers as at 1 March 2011

By on 01/03/2011 in Factsheets

Figures in red denote difference to 2010 figures
Birmingham Pupils
13,540 Birmingham pupils applied to transfer to secondary school (down 446)
52,460 preferences were expressed (down 508)
4,095 (31.4%) applications were made on-line* (up 1199 / 9.9%)

9,364 (69.2%) were offered their first preferred school (up 2.7%)
1,523 (11.2%) were offered their second preferred school (down 1.1%)
814 (6%) were offered their third preferred school (down 0.6%)
522 (3.9%) were offered their fourth preferred school (down 0.3%)
399 (2.9%) were offered their fifth preferred school (no change)
274 (2%) were offered their sixth preferred school (down 0.1%)
12,896 (95.2%) were offered one of their preferred schools (up 0.6%)
644 (4.8%) were offered a school that was not one of their preferences  (down 0.6%)
1,452 (10.7%) were offered a school outside Birmingham (up 0.8%)
* 483 SEN pupils cannot apply online 
Extra-District Pupils
1,909 pupils who live in another local authority applied for a place at a Birmingham school (up 39)
3,777 preferences were expressed (up 242)

434 (22.7%) were offered their first preferred school (up 1.4%)
100 (5.2%) were offered their second preferred school (up 0.3%)
44 (2.2%) were offered their third preferred school (no change)
34 (1.8%) were offered their fourth preferred school (up 0.5%)
8 (0.4%) were offered their fifth preferred school (down 0.3%)
9 (0.5%) were offered their sixth preferred school (up 0.3%)
629 (32.8%) pupils who live in another local authority were offered a Birmingham school (up 2.2%)

All Pupils
15,449 pupils applied to transfer to secondary school (down 407)
56,237 preferences were expressed (down 266)
9,798 (63.4%) were offered their first preferred school (up 2.3%)
1,623 (10.5%) were offered their second preferred school (down 0.9%)
858 (5.6%) were offered their third preferred school (down 0.4%)
556 (3.6%) were offered their fourth preferred school (down 0.3%)
407 (2.6%) were offered their fifth preferred school (down 0.1%)
283 (1.8%) were offered their sixth preferred school (down 0.1%)

13,525 (87.5%) pupils were offered one of their preferred schools (up 0.5%)

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