Academy facts and figures

10th February 2006 at 00:00
These tables show each academy, its sponsor and estimated cost of each new school, including sponsors' contribution, when funding agreement was signed. It also shows the admissions arrangement at each academy when the contract was signed. These arrangements are subject to change.

BEXLEY BUSINESS ACADEMY, LONDON

Sponsors: Sir David Garrard, property developer, chairman, Garrard Educational Trust

Costs: pound;31,184,000, including pound;2,410,000 by sponsors

Places: 210 for new pupils every year

Admissions, in order of priority: Special educational needs pupils with a statement

Pupils given writing test and split into five ability bands, with priorit in each band given to:

Children with siblings at the school Distance ("straight line to academy's main building entrance")

10 per cent with aptitude in ICT in "future years"

CAPITAL CITY ACADEMY, NORTH LONDON

Sponsors: Sir Frank Lowe, advertising guru

Costs: pound;19.4m, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places:196

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

10 per cent by aptitude in sport

Children in social services care

Pupils with specific social or medical needs, such as physical disabilities limiting access to other schools

Siblings

Distance ("using straight-line measurement on the appropriate Ordnance Survey map")

CITY ACADEMY, BRISTOL

Sponsors: John Laycock, chairman of Bristol City FC, University of West England, Bristol Chamber of Commerce

Costs: pound;23,867,644, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places:195

Admissions order:

Priority given to first preferences (second and third preferences will not be considered until later)

SEN pupils

Socialmedical needs

10 per cent by aptitude in sport

Siblings

Distance ("straight-line measurement")

CITY OF LONDON ACADEMY, SOUTHWARK

Sponsors: Corporation of London

Costs: pound;31,985,299, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places:180

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

10 per cent by aptitude in business and enterprise (from Sept 06) Banding test, with priority in each band given to:

Pupils from inner catchment area

Remaining pupils prioritised by:

Siblings

Socialmedical need

Distance ("shortest safe walking distance to the junction of Lynton Road with St James' Road")

DIXONS CITY ACADEMY, BRADFORD

Sponsors: Dixons city technology college

Costs: pound;9,162,000, including pound;1,832,400 from sponsors

Places:165

Admissions order:

10 per cent by aptitude in performing arts

Banding test, with priority in nine bands given to:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

Siblings

Remainder drawn from a lottery

DJANOGLY ACADEMY, NOTTINGHAM

Sponsors: Sir Harry Djanogly, local businessman

Costs: pound;18,954,659, nothing from sponsor (he invested pound;2m when it was a city technology college)

Places: 270

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Socialmedical needs

Children in social services care

10 per cent by aptitude in ICT

140 children from five local primaries

130 children living in three-mile radius to main site entrance

Siblings

Distance ("as the crow flies")

GREIG CITY ACADEMY, HARINGEY, LONDON

Sponsors: Church of England Greig Trust, an educational charity

Costs: pound;10m, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places: 215

Admissions:

77 Anglican children

Six Anglican children with education, social or medical needs

60 open Christian places (members of Churches Together or the Evangelical Alliance)

20 open faith places (world faiths, other than Christian)

52 community places

When oversubscribed, pupils ranked by:

Socialmedical needs

Attendance at an Anglican primary

Siblings

Distance ("by measuring in a straight line the distance ... to the city academy office")

HABERDASHERS' ASKE'S HATCHAM COLLEGE, LEWISHAM

Sponsors: The Haberdashers' Livery Company

Costs: pound;7,045,000, including pound;704,500 from sponsors

Places: 200

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

10 per cent by aptitude in music

Socialmedical needs

Siblings

Half on distance ("radial distance to the academy")

Remaining half living within three miles, drawn from a lottery

HABERDASHERS' ASKE'S KNIGHTS ACADEMY, LEWISHAM

Sponsors: The Haberdashers' Livery Company

Costs: pound;38,405,000, including pound;295,500 from sponsors

Places: 210

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

10 per cent by aptitude in sport

Socialmedical needs

Siblings

Half on distance ("radial distance to the academy")

Remaining half living within three miles, drawn from a lottery

HAREFIELD ACADEMY, HILLINGDON, LONDON

Sponsors: David Meller, vice-chairman, Watford FC

Costs: pound;25,352,463, including pound;1.5m from sponsor

Places: 150

Admissions order:

10 per cent by aptitude in sport

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

Socialmedical needs

Siblings

Distance ("measured from the front door of the home address to the nearest entrance to the academy")

KING'S ACADEMY, MIDDLESBROUGH

Sponsors: Emmanuel Foundation, Christian charity founded by Sir Peter Vardy

Costs: pound;22,301,106, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places: 200

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

Siblings

Children from the academy admission zone

Socialmedical needs

Distance ("those whose front door is closer to the academy boundary as the crow flies than the nearest alternative school")

LAMBETH ACADEMY, LONDON

Sponsor: United Learning Trust

Costs: pound;24,281,817, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places: 180

Admissions order:

10 per cent by aptitude in sport (in future years)

SEN pupils

Socialmedical needs

Siblings

Distance ("definition will be agreed by ULT and available in writing")

LONDON ACADEMY, BARNET

Sponsors: Peter Shalson, chair of SGI venture capitalist group

Costs: pound;31,398,939, including pound;1.5m from sponsor and Pounds

140,000 from Barnet council)

Places: 260

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Banding test, with priority in each band given to:

Children in social services care

Siblings

Distance ("in a straight line from the child's home to the entrance to the principal's office")

Furthest to travel to alternative school

MacMILLAN ACADEMY, MIDDLESBROUGH

Sponsors: MacMillan city technology college trust

Costs: pound;13,034,762, including pound;1,250,000 from sponsors

Places: 220

Admissions order:

10 per cent by aptitude in sport

Banding test, with priority in each band given to:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

Siblings

Socialmedical needs

51 per cent from inner-catchment area (distance "measured between the egress on to the public highway of the student's home to the academy's main building entrance")

Remaining 49 per cent chosen through lottery

MANCHESTER ACADEMY

Sponsor: The United Learning Trust Costs: pound;15,219,971, including Pounds 2m from sponsors

Places: 180

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Siblings

Socialmedical needs

Distance ("using straight-line measurement")

MARLOWE ACADEMY, RAMSGATE, KENT

Sponsors: Roger De Haan, former chairman, Saga holidays

Costs: pound;24,978,111, including pound;2,462,000 from sponsors

Places: 180

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

Socialmedical needs

Siblings

Pupils from local primary schools

Distance ("in a direct line from the front door of the academy to the front door of the family residence")

MOSSBOURNE ACADEMY, HACKNEY

Sponsors: Sir Clive Bourne, local businessman

Costs: pound;27,973,726 , including pound;2,150,000 from sponsors

Places: 180

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

Banding test, with priority in each band given to:

60 per cent inside catchment area (priority by distance "measured in a straight line" to school)

40 per cent outside catchment area (priority by furthest to nearest alternative school)

NORTHAMPTON ACADEMY

Sponsor: The United Learning Trust

Costs: pound;27,049,196, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places: 240

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Siblings

Pupils who have to travel furthest to their nearest alternative school Distance ("using straight-line measurement")

PECKHAM ACADEMY

Sponsors: Lord Harris of Peckham, founder of Carpetright

Costs: pound;21,947,418, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places: 240

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

10 per cent by aptitude in performing arts

Banding test, with priority in each band given to:

Siblings

Pupils from local primary schools Distance ("by shortest walking distance to the nearest boundary of the academy")

ST FRANCIS OF ASSISI ACADEMY, LIVERPOOL

Sponsors: Church of England and Roman Catholic Church

Costs: pound;17,196,030, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places: 180

Admissions order:

Children in social services care

SEN pupils

Socialmedical needs

50 per cent baptised Catholic children (priority to pupils from three local parishes, closest walking distance as tie-breaker)

50 per cent Anglican children (priority to pupils from local schools)

Non-faith pupils from feeder primaries

Distance ("to main entrance of academy measured by the shortest suitable walking route")

ST PAUL'S ACADEMY, GREENWICH

Sponsors: The Roman Catholic Church

Costs: pound;31,189,300, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places: 180

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

135 Catholic places

45 community places, with priority in each to:

Children in social services care

Socialmedical needs

Siblings

Distance ("those who live closest to the main entrance of the new academy building...measured in a straight line")

SALFORD ACADEMY

Sponsor: The United Learning Trust Costs: pound;15,052,758, including

pound;1,600,000 from sponsors

Places: 150

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

Socialmedical needs

30 from a Christian church

Attendance at one of six primaries (including three Anglican)

Siblings

Distance ("shortest walking distance along public footpaths between the door to the child's permanent address and the nearest entrance to the academy main building")

STOCKLEY ACADEMY, HILLINGDON

Sponsors: Barry Townsley, chairman, Insinger Townsley, stockbrokers

Costs: pound;25,809,685, including pound;2m from sponsor (additional

pound;349,346 paid by Hillingdon council for adult education centre)

Places: 180

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

Socialmedical needs

Siblings

Distance ("measured along the shortest walking route by public highway and lighted footpath to the nearest school entrance")

TRINITY ACADEMY, DONCASTER

Sponsors: Emmanuel Foundation, Christian charity founded by Sir Peter Vardy

Costs: pound;24,769,432, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places: 224

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

Children from within the academy catchment area

Siblings at the school

Socialmedical needs

Distance ("those students whose front home entrance is closest to the academy front entrance using ArcView" - a software programme)

UNITY CITY ACADEMY, MIDDLESBROUGH

Sponsors: Amey PLC, building and support services

Costs: pound;20,590,000, including pound;2m from sponsors

Places: 240

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Children in social services care

Pupils in the catchment area "who express a preference for the school"

Siblings

Socialmedical needs

Distance ("as the crow flies")

WALSALL CITY ACADEMY

Sponsors: Thomas Telford On-line and The Mercers Company

Costs: pound;17,321,463, including pound;2.5m from sponsors

Places: 168 places

Admissions order:

SEN pupils

Banding test, with priority given to:

60 per cent from inner-catchment area

40 per cent from outer-catchment area Distance ("as the crow flies from the child's home to the mid-point between the two public entrances to school")

WEST LONDON ACADEMY, EALING

Sponsors: Alec Reed, chairman of Reed Executive, employment agency

Costs: pound;31,363,389 for secondaryprimary academy (including pound;2m from sponsors and pound;200,000 from Ealing council)

Places: 180

Admissions order:

Children in social services care

SEN pupils

Fair banding test, with priority given to:

Siblings

Distance ("in a direct line")

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