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Schools

Volume 934: debated on Monday 27 June 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many schools have been erected in Northern Ireland in each of the years 1972–76.

pursuant to his reply [Official Report, 24th June 1977; Vol. 933, c. 635], gave the following information:The number of schools completed in each of the years 1972–76 is:

197228
197335
197421
197540
197618
Financial year
1971–721972–731973–741974–751975–76
£££££
Capital expenditure678912
Recurrent expenditure2631354969
TOTAL3238435881

asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how many schools in Northern Ireland have been extended in each of the years 1972 to 1976.

pursuant to his reply [Official Report, 24th June 1977; Vol. 933, c. 635], gave the following information:

asked the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland how much per head of the population in Northern Ireland have been spent on schools in each of the years 1972–76.

pursuant to his reply [Official Report, 24th June 1977; Vol. 933, c. 635], gave the following information:Excluding school meals, capital and recurrent expenditure from public funds, per head of total NI population, on nursery, primary, secondary, grammar and special schools is estimated as follows:The total number of schools extended in each of the years 1972–76 is:

197241
197342
197431
197533
197636

These figures do not include temporary extensions provided by way of mobile classrooms.