Admission number for Anson Primary school for the previous 5 acedemic years

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Dear Brent Borough Council,

I would like a break down of the number of students, applications, and application acceptances and application rejections for Anson Primary school in the last five acedemic years.

Also, any projections that the council has for future
applications to this school.

Furthermore, I would also request details of any successful appeal applications for reception places at Anson primay school in the previous 5 acedemic years, including details of the appeal hearings along with minutes for said successful applictions and hearings

Yours faithfully,

Mr Zafar Rauf

Adrian Hobbs, Brent Borough Council

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Request summary: Admissions for Anson Primary School for last Five (5)
Years
     Dear Brent Borough Council,
    
I would like a break down of the number of students, applications, and
application acceptances and application rejections for Anson Primary
school in the last five academic years.
 

+------------------------------------------------------------------------+
|Academic Year|Total Applications | Applications | Applications |
| | Received | Acceptances | Rejections |
|-------------+-------------------+-------------------+------------------|
| 2011 | 300 | 52 | 1 |
|-------------+-------------------+-------------------+------------------|
| 2010 | 256 | 52 | 7 |
|-------------+-------------------+-------------------+------------------|
| 2009 | 234 | 45 | 8 |
|-------------+-------------------+-------------------+------------------|
| 2008 | 167 | 45 | 8 |
|-------------+-------------------+-------------------+------------------|
| 2007 | 159 | 45 | 5 |
+------------------------------------------------------------------------+

 
Also, any projections that the council has for future applications to this
school.
We cannot predict how many applications each school will receive in the
future.  What we do have is what the GLA is projecting what the demand
will be for school places over several years.  They have also broken it
down into 5 planning areas.
 
Anson falls into planning area 5 which covers the east of the borough and
accommodates 25 Brent primary schools.
 
I have attached a table below for planning area 5 which shows the actual
number of places on roll from January 2009 to January 2012 (in bold) and
the projections for the next 10 years broken down by age group.

    Ages              
PA Year 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 4 - 10
                 
                 
5 2009 1,120 1,118 1,067 1,028 1,087 996 1,015 7,431
5 2010 1,154 1,154 1,097 1,084 1,038 1,094 1,007 7,628
5 2011 1,232 1,211 1,200 1,107 1,102 1,044 1,115 8,011
5 2012 1,260 1,256 1,242 1,194 1,135 1,115 1,049 8,252
5 2013 1,263 1,284 1,297 1,237 1,218 1,145 1,128 8,572
5 2014 1,278 1,289 1,326 1,285 1,254 1,229 1,158 8,819
5 2015 1,294 1,306 1,330 1,313 1,291 1,265 1,243 9,042
5 2016 1,309 1,325 1,345 1,315 1,316 1,302 1,280 9,192
5 2017 1,332 1,341 1,361 1,326 1,311 1,327 1,318 9,317
5 2018 1,334 1,366 1,374 1,337 1,314 1,322 1,344 9,391
5 2019 1,325 1,370 1,395 1,346 1,317 1,325 1,338 9,417
5 2020 1,310 1,363 1,396 1,364 1,321 1,328 1,341 9,423
5 2021 1,293 1,349 1,382 1,363 1,333 1,332 1,344 9,397
5 2022 1,276 1,333 1,364 1,349 1,328 1,344 1,348 9,343
                   

 
    
Furthermore, I would also request details of any successful appeal
applications for reception places at Anson primary school in the previous
5 academic years, including details of the appeal hearings
along with minutes for said successful applications and hearings
 
Unfortunately we don’t hold the information requested.  Below is the
number of Education appeals we have received in total for the last 5
years.

Year Number of Appeals
May 04 - April
05 7
May 05 - April
06 15
May 06 - April
07 6
May 07 - April
08 19
May 08 - April
09 8
May 09 - April
10 9
May 10 - Nov 
30 5

 
Please note that for appeals and hearings minutes are not taken.
Additionally, please see information specific to the school for 2011 (when
we started to log information) however it does not distinguish between
years. Anson Primary School will be able to provide more accurate
information; the following link contains the contact details for Anson
Primary School: [1]Anson Primary School.

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