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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 194 staff (about 166 FTEs), including 103 teachers (about 97 FTEs).
Particular strengths include Assistant:teacher ratio. Relative weaknesses include Staff development, Unfilled vacancies and Pupil:teacher ratio.
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Assistant:teacher ratio: Above average. The number of assistants per teacher is about 0.27, which is quite high compared to other schools.
Qualified teachers: About average. The proportion of qualified teachers is about 96%, which is roughly average compared to other schools.
Pupil:teacher ratio: Below average. The number of pupils per teacher is about 17.3, which is quite high compared to other schools.
Unfilled vacancies: Poor. The proportion of unfilled or temporarily filled teaching positions is 2.8%, which is very high compared to other schools.
Staff development: Poor. Reported staff development spend is £175 per teacher per year, which is very low compared to other schools.
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