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Hanson School
Sutton Avenue, Bradford BD2 1JP
Hanson School is a non-selective secondary school maintained by the local authority (Bradford). It has about 1,610 boys and girls aged between 11 and 18. In March 2020 the school was rated ‘Inadequate’ by Ofsted.
Particular strengths include Admissions and Sixth form. Relative weaknesses include Attendance and Attainment.
The school's overall score (out of 100) is given below. Coloured segments show the contributions of each indicator, explained in more detail below. Hover over the segments for details. Personalise the score by clicking on the button to set your own priorities.
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Admissions: Excellent. The occupancy rate is roughly average and the offer rate is very high. There is no compulsory entrance exam.
Sixth form: Above average. Attainment is poor, progress is poor and destinations at 18 (allowing for attainment) are above average.
Destinations: About average. The proportion of students going on to education or training at 16 is very low, while at 18 (allowing for attainment) it is quite high. Show details
Representation: Out of balance. The socio-economic mix is slightly out of balance with the local community, while ethnic representation is out of balance with the local community. Show details
Disadvantaged pupils: Poor. Progress up to age 16 is poor. Destinations at 16 are poor. Progress at 16-18 is poor. Destinations at 18 (allowing for attainment) are below average.
Progress: Poor. Progress up to the ages of 16 and 18 are both poor. (This takes into account pupils' prior performance. For information about actual grades, see Attainment.)
Attainment: Poor. Attainment at the ages of 16 and 18 are both poor. (This doesn't take into account pupils' prior performance. For that, see Progress.)
Finances: Poor. This is because the school budget has been in deficit
Environment: Poor. Air pollution, traffic accidents and crime are all very high.
Attendance: Poor. Pupil absence rates and the incidence of persistent absence are both very high.

Schools often provide or emphasise different subjects, especially in fields such as languages and the arts. The charts below show the relative popularities of exam subjects commonly sat at this school.
Popular GCSE subjects
Proportions of pupils entering in 2019
Popular A-level subjects
Proportions of pupils entering in 2019

Provision for special educational needs
 Hearing impairment  Visual impairment
Source: Department for Education. For full, up-to-date details, always ask a representative of the school.
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