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How many 11 to 18 year old secondary school pupils are there in the UK?

Libby Coleman made this Freedom of Information request to Directorate of Children and Young People (MOD)

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Dear Service Children’s Education,
On behalf of The Dyslexia Foundation and the Teach a friend to read campaign, we are inquiring about the numbers of secondary school pupils from 11 to 18 in the Cambridge and Peterborough ; Greater Manchester, Liverpool, Greater London, Tees Valley, West Midlands, West of England, Doncaster, North Tyneside areas.

Yours faithfully,
Libby Coleman Founder of the Teach a friend to read campaign and Steve O'Brien CEO of the Dyslexia Foundation.

DCYP-DCYP-MAILBOX (MULTIUSER),

Dear Libby,
Thank you for your email to DCYP.

DCYP are responsible for the education of Service Children in MOD Schools overseas. In England, data of children attending is held by the Department for Education (DfE). I suggest you contact DfE to find out if they can supply you with the information you require.

Kind Regards,
DCYP

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