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Please see the table below showing the number and percentage of pupils attending outstanding schools, for areas with different selective policies. Data is given as at 31 March 2016.
Pupils at mainstream state-funded secondary schools
Latest Ofsted inspection data as at 31 March 2016
Total number of pupils in Ofsted rated schools
Number of pupils in schools rated outstanding
Percentage of pupils in schools rated outstanding
Pupils attending secondary schools in fully selective areas1
Pupils attending secondary schools in other areas with selective schools2
Pupils attending secondary schools in areas with no selective schools
Source: Ofsted official statistics from 31 March 2016
Notes: 1. Includes selective schools in the following areas which operate area wide arrangements for academic selection: Bexley, Buckinghamshire, Kent, Lincolnshire, Medway, Slough, Southend, Sutton, Torbay and Trafford. 2. Includes schools in twenty-six local authorities that have selective schools operating their own arrangements for academic selection.