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National College for School Leadership: Expenditure

Volume 476: debated on Monday 2 June 2008

To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what the annual expenditure was of the National College for School Leadership on (a) staff costs, (b) publicity and printing, (c) education and training and (d) other costs in the latest period for which figures are available. (207021)

The annual expenditure of the National College for School Leadership on staff costs, publicity and printing, education and training and other costs are:

2007-08

£000

Staffing costs

11,124

Print and publicity

4,415

Education and training

192,073

Other

23,400

Total investment

111,012

1 Spend (net of income) on programmes to deliver core college purpose. Majority of funding goes back to schools in subsidies, advice and programmes.

2 Includes spend on ICT, which supports on line access to programme materials.

The purpose of the National College for School Leadership is to improve the lives and life chances of all children throughout England by developing world-class school leaders, system leaders and future leaders for the wide-ranging challenges of leading 21st century schools.

To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how much the National College for School Leadership spent on publishing and publicity in each of the last five years. (207022)

The National College for School Leadership expenditure on publishing and publicity in each of the last five years was:

£000

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

Advertising, marketing and public relations

409

523

737

1,534

1,963

Design and print (including spend on materials for programmes)

1,851

6,010

3,373

3,574

2,107

Multimedia

415

1,018

2,252

686

345

Other

512

285

0

0

0

Total spend on print and publishing

3,187

7,836

6,362

5,794

4,415

The purpose of the National College for School Leadership is to improve the lives and life chances of all children throughout England by developing world-class school leaders, system leaders and future leaders for the wide-ranging challenges of leading 21st century schools.