Pupil Premium by Ethnicity in Lambeth

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Dear Department for Education,

Can you please provide the latest up to date statistics for the percentage of all Lambeth Borough pupils that are eligible for Pupil Premium broken down into ethnicity?

Please can it be provided for the following ethnic categories:

01_White British
02_Irish
03_Traveller of Irish heritage
04_Any other white background
05_Gypsy/Roma
06_White and Black Carribean
07_White and African
08_White and Asian
09_Any other mixed background
10_Indian
11_Pakistani
12_Bangladeshi
13_Any other Asian background
14_Carribean
15_African
16_Any other black background
17_Chinese
18_Any other ethnic group

Yours faithfully,

Daniel Chapman

MINISTERS, Department for Education

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Dear Daniel

Thank you for your further request for information that we received on 4
February 2020. You asked for: “the latest up to date statistics for the
percentage of all Lambeth Borough pupils that are eligible for Pupil
Premium broken down into ethnicity?

Please can it be provided for the following ethnic categories:

01_White British
02_Irish
03_Traveller of Irish heritage
04_Any other white background
05_Gypsy/Roma
06_White and Black Caribbean
07_White and African
08_White and Asian
09_Any other mixed background
10_Indian
11_Pakistani
12_Bangladeshi
13_Any other Asian background
14_Carribean
15_African
16_Any other black background
17_Chinese
18_Any other ethnic group.”

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