Academies:Written question - 23965

Q
Asked by Bob Stewart
(Beckenham)
Asked on: 25 January 2016
Department for Education
Academies
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Education, if she will list in descending order the proportion of schools in each local authority in England which have converted to academies.
A
Answered by: Edward Timpson
Answered on: 02 February 2016

The information requested is shown in the table below:

Proportion of state-funded schools that are academies

As of 01/01/2016

By Local Authority in England

Number of state-funded schools 1

Number of academies 2

% of state-funded schools that are academies

North East Lincolnshire

61

48

79%

Bournemouth

41

32

78%

Bromley

100

71

71%

Darlington

40

28

70%

Torbay

42

28

67%

Thurrock

53

34

64%

Rutland

22

14

64%

Kingston upon Hull City of

95

56

59%

Slough

48

25

52%

Leicestershire

283

146

52%

Poole

41

21

51%

Middlesbrough

55

28

51%

Blackpool

42

21

50%

Bexley

79

39

49%

Nottingham

100

49

49%

Wakefield

139

67

48%

Swindon

81

38

47%

Medway

103

48

47%

Cornwall

278

128

46%

Northamptonshire

312

141

45%

Croydon

119

52

44%

Bristol City of

140

58

41%

Stoke-on-Trent

93

38

41%

Barnsley

90

36

40%

Rotherham

118

45

38%

Hillingdon

98

37

38%

Central Bedfordshire

134

49

37%

Lincolnshire

356

127

36%

Sutton

60

21

35%

Sheffield

173

59

34%

Bedford

77

26

34%

Oxfordshire

286

95

33%

Essex

555

182

33%

Redcar and Cleveland

58

19

33%

Cheshire East

153

50

33%

Plymouth

96

31

32%

Birmingham

420

135

32%

Sunderland

109

35

32%

Kent

583

182

31%

North Lincolnshire

81

25

31%

Stockton-on-Tees

78

24

31%

Doncaster

125

38

30%

Wiltshire

237

71

30%

Southampton

74

22

30%

Herefordshire

99

29

29%

Waltham Forest

76

22

29%

Warwickshire

237

68

29%

Portsmouth

63

18

29%

Dorset

172

49

28%

Calderdale

102

29

28%

Cambridgeshire

250

71

28%

Southend-on-Sea

53

15

28%

Havering

82

23

28%

Wolverhampton

105

29

28%

Hammersmith and Fulham

58

16

28%

Windsor and Maidenhead

63

17

27%

Coventry

119

32

27%

Somerset

264

69

26%

Manchester

177

46

26%

Solihull

82

21

26%

Kingston upon Thames

51

13

25%

Peterborough

75

19

25%

Sandwell

119

30

25%

Gloucestershire

303

76

25%

Nottinghamshire

338

84

25%

Walsall

113

28

25%

Westminster

57

14

25%

Suffolk

325

79

24%

Norfolk

420

102

24%

Harrow

58

14

24%

Worcestershire

241

58

24%

Devon

363

87

24%

Bath and North East Somerset

80

19

24%

Hartlepool

38

9

24%

Surrey

389

90

23%

Trafford

93

21

23%

East Sussex

192

43

22%

Brent

81

18

22%

Reading

54

12

22%

Staffordshire

397

88

22%

Milton Keynes

108

23

21%

Oldham

104

22

21%

Southwark

101

21

21%

Hounslow

77

16

21%

Kensington and Chelsea

35

7

20%

North Somerset

76

15

20%

Haringey

84

16

19%

Luton

65

12

18%

Buckinghamshire

233

43

18%

West Sussex

282

52

18%

Barnet

120

22

18%

South Gloucestershire

115

21

18%

Hertfordshire

519

89

17%

Tameside

96

16

17%

Bradford

206

34

17%

Dudley

107

17

16%

Derby

96

15

16%

Blackburn with Darwen

72

11

15%

Shropshire

153

23

15%

Cumbria

316

47

15%

Wandsworth

81

12

15%

Leeds

274

40

15%

Halton

62

9

15%

Wirral

124

18

15%

Kirklees

180

26

14%

Richmond upon Thames

57

8

14%

Telford and Wrekin

73

10

14%

Gateshead

84

11

13%

Hackney

77

10

13%

Lambeth

85

11

13%

Newcastle upon Tyne

96

12

13%

Cheshire West and Chester

161

20

12%

Wigan

129

16

12%

Bolton

126

15

12%

South Tyneside

59

7

12%

Isle of Wight

51

6

12%

Redbridge

78

9

12%

Wokingham

65

7

11%

Durham

261

27

10%

Northumberland

174

18

10%

Salford

99

10

10%

West Berkshire

80

8

10%

Newham

91

9

10%

Knowsley

61

6

10%

Sefton

102

10

10%

Liverpool

165

16

10%

York

62

6

10%

Greenwich

83

8

10%

Leicester

110

10

9%

Merton

56

5

9%

Hampshire

530

47

9%

Barking and Dagenham

59

5

8%

East Riding of Yorkshire

145

12

8%

Warrington

86

7

8%

Derbyshire

408

32

8%

Ealing

90

7

8%

Stockport

106

8

8%

Enfield

95

7

7%

North Yorkshire

369

27

7%

Rochdale

86

6

7%

Islington

65

4

6%

St. Helens

68

4

6%

Bracknell Forest

39

2

5%

Bury

81

4

5%

Lancashire

608

29

5%

Lewisham

86

4

5%

Brighton and Hove

70

3

4%

Tower Hamlets

96

4

4%

North Tyneside

77

3

4%

Camden

62

2

3%

City of London

1

0

0%

Isles Of Scilly

1

0

0%

Total

21,516

5,096

24%

1. Includes LA maintained schools, academies, free schools, studio schools, university technical colleges, city technology colleges and state-funded special schools, pupil referral units and alternative provision.

2. Includes converter academies and sponsored academies.


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