Consultation on adjustment to Haringey's secondary community schools published admission number (PAN)
A consultation survey about the topic above was run between 7 November and 16 December 2016.
The consultation report was considered by the council's Cabinet on 3 July 2017:
- Planned admission number (PAN) for the borough’s community secondary schools - Cabinet report (PDF, 454KB)
What we consulted on
Shaping the future of secondary education in Haringey
- At present the majority of secondary schools in Haringey have PANs that are wholly divisible by 27
- We want to adjust this number to 30, the standard number for the vast majority of secondary schools across London and England
- The Department for Education will shortly be introducing changes to school funding with the introduction of the national funding formula
- These changes will mean Haringey will lose the right to locally distribute funds between primary and secondary schools
- Funding will instead be allocated on a standard ratio based on a class size of 30 so secondary schools who retain PANs divisible by 27 will lose money
- Changing secondary school PANs to 30 will also boost capacity
- This can be done without the disturbance of building works and;
- Will ensure Haringey can continue to supply sufficient places at our sought after secondary schools
To find out much more about this consultation please read these FAQs with questionnaire (PDF, 492KB).
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