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School Computers (The Wrekin)

Volume 408: debated on Friday 11 July 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many computers there were in schools in The Wrekin in each year since 1997. [124613]

The information is not available in the form requested.The available information on the average number of computers per school is shown in the tables.

Average number of computers per school used mainly for teaching and learning purpose, England, 1998–2002
19981999200020012002
Primary13.316.117.820.731.0
Secondary100.9101.3112.6127.7155.6
Special18.521.021.324.828.5
All schools27.129.532.637.350.0
Average number of computer per school used mainly for management and administrative purposes, England, 1999–2002
1999200020012002
Primary2.22.32.63.9
Secondary13.115.518.425.3
Special3.73.84.55.1
All school4.04.45.17.2
Information for England is derived from a sample survey of schools. The sample size is large enough to produce reliable national estimates. It is not large enough to produce reliable sub-national estimates.The latest information on ICT in schools was published in Statistical Bulletin 07/02, "Survey of Information and Communications Technology in Schools 2002", which is available on the Department's website: www.dfes.gov.uk/statistics and from the Library.