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Teacher Training

Volume 173: debated on Tuesday 5 June 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Science if he will provide details of (i) the total expenditure of INSET by each local education authority, (ii) the average expenditure per teacher for INSET by each local education authority, (iii) the national average expenditure per teacher for INSET, and (iv) the total number of teachers in each local education authority who attended INSET within both the primary and secondary sector for the year 1989–90, or the year for which most recent figures are available.

The latest available information for the year 1989–90 is set out in the table. It refers to estimated total expenditure, from all sources, for INSET for school teachers. My right hon. Friend expects all school teachers to have received some INSET during the five non-contact days provided for in teachers' conditions of service.

LEATotal Expenditure1Average Expenditure per teacher1
££
Barking598,000431·89
Barnet1,675,000643·61
Bexley869,000479·58
Brent1,463,000548·82
Bromley1,294,000631·28
Croydon1,815,347697·67
Ealing765,000317·55
Enfield2,374,2201,028·16
Haringey974,200513·79
Harrow1,169,000772·74
Havering1,153,000531·36
Hillingdon1,058,000566·59
Hounslow1,328,400681·55
Kingston Upon Thames1,038,255955·24
Merton1,146,000866·02
Newham676,800291·28
Redbridge1,296,800756·81
Richmond Upon Thames931,050950·63
Sutton960,090738·02
Waltham Forest1,602,000679·16
Birmingham6,234,201623·16
Coventry1,338,700446·71
Dudley2,460,000888·47
Sandwell1,575,400530·47
Solihull1,275,560662·94
Walsall1,115,500378·37
Wolverhampton1,105,200409·03
Knowsley664,900375·16
Liverpool1,752,000355·35
St. Helens1,280,784683·12
Sefton1,263,900512·51
Wirral1,854,200605·63
Bolton1,304,712497·28
Bury1,325,250855·88
Manchester1,787,954376·36
Oldham1,201,970514·87
Rochdale1,720,977754·55
Salford1,490,810678·23
Stockport1,037,209404·72
Tameside1,638,172847·61
Trafford746,912423·11
Wigan1,598,638471·31
Barnsley1,605,000782·20
Doncaster2,050,209711·11
Rotherham1,717,771669·15
Sheffield2,739,000580·60
Bradford4,456,000845·46
Calderdale1,589,420850·46
Kirklees2,827,985750·95
Leeds3,428,000504·13
Wakefield1,832,408622·10
Gateshead1,026,200540·76
Newcastle Upon Tyne1,300,376493·45
North Tyneside965,226453·16
South Tyneside1,128,900776·94
Sunderland1,697,500585·12
Isles of Scilly12,000442·80
Inner London12,650,000595·85
Avon3,564,685479·69
Bedfordshire2,124,300434·04
Berkshire3,247,500537·38
Buckinghamshire4,373,000848·17
Cambridgeshire3,776,682717·07
Cheshire4,510,220528·70
Cleveland2,964,000515·97
Cornwall3,141,948835·05

LEA

Total Expenditure1

Average Expenditure per teacher1

£

£

Cumbria2,477,796555·78
Derbyshire6,586,200762·24
Devon3,223,811439·41
Dorset3,200,435691·64
Durham2,457,000484·90
East Sussex2,518,900544·13
Essex5,730,000468·91
Gloucestershire3,418,100777·42
Hampshire5,000,000413·86
Hereford and Worcester3,089,300564·84
Hertfordshire4,664,000511·48
Humberside3,607,667446·44
Isle of Wight1,011,5001,006·37
Kent5,670,200466·13
Lancashire5,863,000477·58
Leicestershire5,983,000761·70
Lincolnshire2,520,233535·87
Norfolk3,799,000675·76
North Yorkshire3,494,000616·57
Northamptonshire3,861,036714·05
Northumberland1,551,263552·52
Nottinghamshire7,665,460847·68
Oxfordshire3,429,360810·17
Shropshire2,973,000811·47
Somerset1,904,610549·75
Staffordshire5,521,950615·35
Suffolk3,130,000623·44
Surrey4,504,020624·15
Warwickshire2,631,721617·28
West Sussex3,524,000710·40
Wiltshire3,164,222706·33
England Total246,863,225594·78

1 1989–90 (estimated).