State schools still supreme

4th June 2004 at 01:00
The proportion of youngsters attending Scotland's 150 independent schools has barely changed in 10 years, according to census data issued this week.

The 30,344 pupils in the independent sector represent 4 per cent of Scottish pupils. Numbers in primaries have been declining steadily, while those in secondaries have remained static since 2002.

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