University of Northampton Students From Independent Schools

Pete McAllister made this Freedom of Information request to University of Northampton

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Dear University of Northampton,

Could you please disclose the percentage of domestic students who attended an independent school prior to enrolment?

For clarification, that is out of all current students from the United Kingdom, what is the percentage whose last school before entry was an independent (not state-run) school.

Yours faithfully,

Pete McAllister

Maggie Peach, University of Northampton

Ref: RMU/FoI(E20.06)/1049/FoIreply09Nov2016

 

9^th November 2016

 

Dear Mr. McAllister

 

I am writing in acknowledgement of your request for information dated 8^th
November, 2016, which has been received by the University and passed to me
as the University’s Freedom of Information Officer for action.

 

Your request for information has been assigned the number referenced above
and will be treated in accordance with the provisions of the Freedom of
Information Act. Under the provisions of the Act the University has until
7^th December, 2016 to respond to your request. We will, however, try our
best to provide you with an answer before this deadline.

 

Yours Sincerely

 

Maggie Peach

 

ppPhil Oakman

Records Manager

 

Maggie Peach

Records Management Assistant

 

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Ref: RMU/FoI(E20.06)/1049/FoIreply24Nov2016

 

24^th November 2016

 

Dear Mr. McAllister

 

I write in response to your request for information dated 8^th November,
2016, received by the University and passed to me as the University’s
Freedom of Information Officer for action.

 

In response to your question:

Could you please disclose the percentage of domestic students who attended
an independent school prior to enrolment?

This information is exempt under Section 21 (information reasonably
accessible to the applicant by other means) and Section 22 (information
intended for future publication) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

 

The UK Performance Indicators for widening participation published by HESA
include the breakdown you have requested. For those who enrolled in
2014-15 and before the data can be constructed from the published data
available at: [1]https://www.hesa.ac.uk/pis/urg  and the equivalent data
for the academic year 2015-16 will be published in the coming months.

 

The data published by HESA is gathered from all UK universities and will
therefore provide you with consistent and comparable information from
across the HE Sector.

 

I hope the University has made its response in a clear and constructive
manner; however, if you consider the University has handled your request
unfairly you are entitled to follow the process set out in our standard
advice on the University's Freedom of Information Complaints Procedure
which is available online at:

[2]University FoI complaints procedure

 

 

Yours sincerely

 

Maggie Peach

 

ppPhil Oakman

Records Manager

 

 

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