In some areas, there is a relatively high degree of separation of pupils of different ethnicities across schools. As of January 2017, 60% of minority ethnic pupils were in schools where minority ethnic pupils are in the majority. This reduces opportunities for young people to form lasting relationships with those from other backgrounds and can restrict pupils’ outlook and education.
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