Lilian Baylis Technology School is a smaller than average secondary school serving a culturally
diverse community. A higher than average proportion, 58%, of the student population, are boys.
In Year 7, the proportion is closer to a 50% balance of boys to girls.
The school opened a new sixth form on the same site in September 2012. Over 90% of the students at the school are eligible for the pupil premium. In 2012, 8% of the students in Years 8 to 11 were admitted to the school outside the normal
admission time. This is a similar pattern to previous years.
An above average proportion of the student population are disabled or have special educational
needs. This includes students with a statement of special educational needs, as well as those
supported at school action plus or school action.
Most students are from minority ethnic groups. The largest group, at around 30%, is Black
African. Over half the school's population speaks English as an additional language.
The school meets the current floor standards, which set minimum expectations for students'
attainment and progress.
A small proportion of students follow some courses with other educational providers. Alternative
provision includes: Lambeth College, Roots and Shoots, Vox and Kids' Company.
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