K12 Primary and Secondary Schools Database Subscription
All State and Independent schools in the UK , the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. Schools in the UK are funded, managed and structured in a wide variety of ways. There are three broad types – Community (funded by the taxpayer and controlled by a Local Authority), Academy (funded primarily by the taxpayer but independent of Local Authority control) and Independent (funded privately). The Head Teacher is usually the ultimate decision maker for each school.
Also covered are special needs schools (know as SEN) who serve the specific needs of children with physical disabilities or learning difficulties. They may be either Maintained Special Schools, run by the Local Authority, or Independent Special Schools – privately owned and run but usually with pupils funded by their Local Authority.
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You are purchasing a 12 month subscription to a dataset which is a comma separated spreadsheet (.csv). Data is updated on a weekly basis. Up-to-date downloads are accessible in your Client Dashboard on this site. Numbers below are indicative and subject to change as data is continually monitored and updated.
Counts and coverage is shown by the four key selection areas of the database. The figures are re-calculated every 24 hours based on the latest research.
Schools organisation types breakdown
Schools categories and functions breakdown
Most senior ‘non executive’ contact
The most senior Executive Contact
Most senior Administrative contact. Specific and in some cases statutory post
Senior Director who reports directly to the Chief Officer
Central management of administrative support services provided for other departments.
Involves advising/planning in connection with strategic issues and developing systematic processes to enable, general organisational development, expenditure programmes and services to be evaluated and optimised.
Strategic role concerned with service delivery from a logistical perspective. Often involves co-ordinating partnerships with other organisations.
Monitoring the services provided by the organisation/department against predefined standards.
Responsible for monitoring the quality of Education provided by the department and developing new and better ways to provide services.
Provide advice and support to schools, children their families where there are social or emotional problems affecting school attendance or education in general
Promoting the image and services provided by the organisation
Head Teachers who work across multiple Schools to help and support their improvement. Can either be the actual part time Heads of those Schools, working with ‘Associate Heads’, or is a full time head in one School and works with other Head Teachers.
Overall responsibility for financial services in the organisation
In charge of in-house IT for the whole organisation and management of contracts with outsourced/contracted IT. Responsible for corporate policies and related purchasing.
Overall and day-to-day management of all kinds of property owned by the organisation. Depending on the organisation type can include offices, depots, hospitals, classrooms, public buildings, smallholdings and farms, etc.
Internal implementation of legislative requirements concerned with the safety of employees and members of the public within publicly run/owned buildings
All kinds of in-house and outsourced legal work.
Human resource and personnel management for the organisation as a whole. Day-to-day management may be delegated to departments in larger organisations
Management of some or all of an organisations purchasing processes; including lists of approved suppliers; bulk purchases; organisation wide standards and annual contracts.
Management of training budget; organising specific training events and liaising with training consultants/providers.
Schools seniority breakdown
Schools regional breakdown