The Ratio of students Attending Four Secondary School Types Between
2000 and 2009.
Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The given graph elucidates the percentage of pupils of 2000, 2005 and 2009 attending four different secondary schools.
In the year 2000, more than half of pupils attended voluntary controlled schools. Following, around a quarter of juveniles were associated with grammar schools. The bit in specialist schools the attendance of pupils listed to 12% similar to that of a community school. In 2005, the proportion attendance of grammar schools and voluntary controlled schools showed decrement and reached to 19% and 38% respectively. On the other side, community school showed increment which pointed to 32% and the specialist school made a slight decrease of 1% than that in 2000.
However, in 2009 the attendance of pupils in community schools reached 58% and that of other schools remained under 20% only with the following proportion at 10% with the specialist school. 12% with grammar school and 20% with a voluntary school.
Overall, community school showed steady increment and attentiveness along with studying, other schools followed with constant downhill reaching to a very lesser amount of proportion.
SAMPLE ANSWER 2:
The proportion of pupils attending four secondary school types between 2000 and 2009.
The tabular chart represents the information about the percentage of students, who enrolled in specialists, grammar, voluntary controlled, and community schools in three different years(2000,2005,2009).
Overall, the far maximum attendance of pupils was noticed in a community school in 2009. However, the proportion of students attending community schools increased, but in the rest of the schools, this proportion decreased in a given period of time.
It is apparent that the far higher attendance of students was observed in a community school in 2009, accounting for 58%, while only 10% of students enrolled in the same school and the same year. In 2009,12%and 20% of students attending in grammar and voluntary controlled school .voluntary schools and community schools had less than 40% pupils attendance in 2005, whilst it decreased by 21% and 29% in specialist school and grammar schools respectively.
Probing further, voluntary controlled schools was the second-highest attendance for a secondary school in 2000 with 52%.In contrast, a similar proportion of student attendance was recorded in specialist and community schools in 2000, amounting to 12% for each. 24% of secondary students attended grammar school in 2000.