Pupil numbers at private schools on the rise

April 2012
Education (14637073);4/27/2012, Issue 464, p5
The article reports on the survey conducted by the Independent Schools Council (ISC) which shows an increase in the number of pupils at private schools in Great Britain. It shows that the number of independent school pupils increased by 1.2% in London, England, and the South-east, and fell 1.6% in the north of England and 1.9% in Wales. It also indicates that the number of international pupils who attend private schools have risen, with Russian pupils having the greater increase.


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