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Census Roll Totals

Total school roll as at annual school census.

Gender

Breakdown of school roll by the gender of pupils as at annual school census.

Ethnicity

Breakdown of school roll by the ethnicity of pupils as at annual school census

Refugees & Asylum Seekers

Percentage of pupils on the school roll who are have either refugee or asylum seeker status as at annual school census.

English as an Additional Language (EAL)

Percentage of pupils on the school roll with English as an additional language as at annual school census.

Looked After Children (LAC)

Percentage of pupils on the school roll who are looked after either at home or away from home by the local authority as at annual school census.

Free School Meals (FSM)

Percentage of pupils registered for Free School Meals as at annual Healthy Living Survey. As of January 2015 all pupils in Primary 1 to Primary 3 are automatically entitled to a free school meal.

SIMD Deciles 1 & 2

Percentage of pupils on the school roll who live in Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation (SIMD) Deciles 1 and 2 (the most deprived) as at annual school census.

15% Most Deprived Datazones

Percentage of pupils on the school roll (as at annual census) who have their address in the 15% most deprived Datazones in Scotland as defined by the Scottish Index of Multiple Deprivation.

Attendance

Percentage attendance as calculated at the end of the academic year.

Exclusions - Incidents per 1000 Pupils

Incidents of exclusion reported as a rate per 1000 pupils as calculated at the end of the academic year.

School Roll Projection & Capacity

The school roll projection figures above should be treated as an estimate only. Projections are calculated based on historical trends continuing and will be subject to change.

The capacity figures presented above represents the optimal capacities of our primary school estate which has been calculated using the principles contained within the Scottish Government’s Guidance on the Calculation of School Capacities document issued in October 2014.

The capacities within our primary schools will fluctuate from year to year, and indeed at regular intervals throughout the academic year, depending upon the exact numbers of children at each stage within any given primary school, and the classification that the Head Teacher in a Primary School has set.