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Pupils (Leeds)

Volume 403: debated on Monday 7 April 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what the average amount spent per pupil in (a) primary and (b) secondary schools in Leeds was in each year since 1996. [105984]

[holding answer 1 April 2003] The information requested is contained in the following table:

Leeds Local Education Authority—Average expenditure per pupil
£
YearPre-primary/primarySecondary
1995–962,0002,650
1996–972,0202,630
1997–981,8702,600
1998–992,0702,670
1999–20002,2502,750
2000–012,0502,560
2001–022,6203,300

Notes:

1. Net Institutional Expenditure (NIE) includes all school-recurrent funding, including teaching staff and non-teaching staff salaries, school premises costs, equipment and supplies, and unspent balances held by schools at the year end. Excludes spending on special schools, central administration and support services such as transport and school meals as well as capital expenditure.

2. Real Terms figures are adjusted to 2001–02 levels using March 2003 GDP deflators.

3. Figures are rounded to the nearest 10.

4. 1995–96 to 1998–99 data were drawn from the education Revenue Outturn statements submitted to the Department of Transport, outturn statements which LEAs submitted to the DfES.

5. Pupil data were drawn from the Annual Schools Census adjusted to be on a financial year basis.

PQ 106511: Comparison of rates of improvement for specialist schools by year of entry into the Specialist Schools Programme—percentage 5 + A*-C grades at GCSE

1994 (%)

1995 (%)

1996 (%)

1997 (%)

1998 (%)

1999 (%)

2000 (%)

2001 (%)

2002 (%)

Gain versus base year

Class of 1994 (50 schools)4065+ 25
All other comprehensives and moderns (2,948 schools)Est. 3648+ 12
Class of 1995 (41 schools)4459+ 15
All other comprehensives and moderns (2,907 schools)3748+ 11
Class of 1996 (62 schools)5059+ 9
All other comprehensives and moderns (2,845 schools)3848+ 10
Class of 1997 (72 schools)4957+ 8
All other comprehensives and moderns (2,773 schools)3948+ 9
Class of 1998 (82 schools)4553+ 8
All other comprehensives and moderns (2,691 schools)4247+ 5
Class of 1999 (76 schools)4752+ 5
All other comprehensives and moderns (2,615 schools)4447+ 3
Class of 2000 (127 schools)4752+ 5
All other comprehensives and moderns (2,488 schools)4447+ 3
Class of 2001 (146 schools)4649+ 3
All other comprehensives and moderns (2,342 schools)4547+ 2
All 656 non-selective schools designated by September 200154
All non-specialist comprehensives and moderns (2,342)47

Notes:

1. Examination figures are taken from DfES national performance data and Ofsted PANDA Annex.

2. The results include those of the 15 City Technology Colleges.

3. The results exclude grammar schools and special schools.

Source:

"Educational outcomes and value added by specialist schools—2002 analysis" Professor David Jesson, April 2003.