K12 Primary and Secondary Schools
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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The dataset is a comma separated spreadsheet (.csv) and supplied in a zip file. Data is updated on a weekly basis. Up-to-date downloads are accessible in the Downloads section of your Client Dashboard on this site.
Counts and coverage is shown by the four key selection areas of the database.
SCHOOLS ORGANISATION TYPES BREAKDOWN
SCHOOLS CATEGORIES AND FUNCTIONS BREAKDOWN
The most senior Executive Contact
Senior Director who reports directly to the Chief Officer
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.