HC Deb 15 February 1954 vol 523 cc184-5W
Dr. King

asked the Minister of Education the number of all-age schools, county, aided, and controlled; and how many children they contain.

Miss Horsbrugh

In January, 1953, there were 4,588 all-age schools and departments in England and Wales, containing 770,082 children. Of these, 340,172 children were in 1,799 county schools or departments, and 429,910 in 2,789 voluntary schools or departments. Separate figures for aided and controlled schools are not yet available.

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