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Music Standards Fund

Volume 487: debated on Tuesday 10 February 2009

To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (1) how many local authorities supplemented their Music Standards Fund income with additional spending on music tuition in each of the last three years; and how many he expects will do so in 2009-10; (254435)

(2) how many local education authorities supplemented their music standards fund grants with additional spending in the last 12 months; and what the total monetary value of such supplements was.

Planned net expenditure on music services (not standards fund supported) by local authorities in England from 2006-07 to 2008-09 is contained within the following table. The information for 2009-10 is due to be submitted to the Department by 31 March 2009.

Planned net expenditure on music services (not Standards Fund supported)

£

Local authority name

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

England

28,167,000

29,790,000

31,283,000

Barking and Dagenham

466,000

484,000

817,000

Barnet

42,000

0

0

Barnsley

273,000

253,000

235,000

Bath and North East Somerset

125,000

92,000

117,000

Bedfordshire

837,000

835,000

1,041,000

Bexley

176,000

182,000

137,000

Birmingham

243,000

313,000

503,000

Blackburn and Darwen

0

0

0

Blackpool

0

0

0

Bolton

193,000

80,000

91,000

Bournemouth

74,000

74,000

59,000

Bracknell Forest

55,000

37,000

0

Bradford

0

0

0

Brent

101,000

101,000

96,000

Brighton and Hove

388,000

399,000

381,000

Bromley

434,000

446,000

438,000

Buckinghamshire

222,000

467,000

211,000

Bury

43,000

0

0

Calderdale

119,000

125,000

132,000

Cambridgeshire

77,000

151,000

150,000

Camden

101,000

125,000

233,000

Cheshire

257,000

242,000

128,000

City of Bristol

93,000

86,000

931,000

City of Kingston-Upon-Hull

407,000

462,000

513,000

City of London

52,000

50,000

52,000

Cornwall

224,000

254,000

247,000

Coventry

762,000

792,000

860,000

Croydon

209,000

250,000

238,000

Cumbria

72,000

74,000

0

Darlington

106,000

122,000

124,000

Derby

10,000

11,000

11,000

Derbyshire

73,000

89,000

92,000

Devon

74,000

76,000

69,000

Doncaster

0

118,000

113,000

Dorset

190,000

187,000

161,000

Dudley

883,000

997,000

1,007,000

Durham

426,000

410,000

445,000

Ealing

0

0

0

East Riding of Yorkshire

313,000

395,000

414,000

East Sussex

311,000

219,000

216,000

Enfield

332,000

390,000

319,000

Essex

872,000

805,000

1,131,000

Gateshead

70,000

67,000

67,000

Gloucestershire

60,000

60,000

11,000

Greenwich

68,000

67,000

67,000

Hackney

74,000

101,000

123,000

Halton

0

0

0

Hammersmith and Fulham

0

0

0

Hampshire

727,000

779,000

1,060,000

Haringey

166,000

153,000

113,000

Harrow

340,000

340,000

127,000

Hartlepool

0

0

0

Havering

254,000

241,000

270,000

Herefordshire

0

0

0

Hertfordshire

1,665,000

1,486,000

1,474,000

Hillingdon

416,000

429,000

252,000

Hounslow

132,000

60,000

58,000

Isle of Wight

192,000

137,000

106,000

Isles of Scilly

0

0

0

Islington

0

0

0

Kensington and Chelsea

28,000

29,000

30,000

Kent

431,000

414,000

414,000

Kingston upon Thames

119,000

134,000

81,000

Kirklees

0

0

0

Knowsley

0

249,000

194,000

Lambeth

0

0

0

Lancashire

40,000

35,000

34,000

Leeds

580,000

612,000

606,000

Leicester

0

0

0

Leicestershire

0

0

0

Lewisham

50,000

101,000

48,000

Lincolnshire

573,000

638,000

720,000

Liverpool

(82,000)

(129,000)

(125,000)

Luton

186,000

214,000

168,000

Manchester

0

0

0

Medway

0

0

0

Merton

110,000

70,000

71,000

Middlesbrough

0

0

0

Milton Keynes

484,000

510,000

472,000

Newcastle upon Tyne

12,000

12,000

12,000

Newham

54,000

0

120,000

Norfolk

143,000

151,000

299,000

North East Lincolnshire

0

0

194,000

North Lincolnshire

20,000

20,000

21,000

North Somerset

118,000

103,000

78,000

North Tyneside

0

0

0

North Yorkshire

346,000

553,000

826,000

Northamptonshire

339,000

254,000

147,000

Northumberland

0

0

0

Nottingham City

9,000

11,000

12,000

Nottinghamshire

1,077,000

1,247,000

1,270,000

Oldham

90,000

185,000

0

Oxfordshire

942,000

988,000

804,000

Peterborough

0

0

0

Plymouth

0

0

0

Poole

52,000

52,000

53,000

Portsmouth

26,000

27,000

36,000

Reading

0

0

0

Redbridge

858,000

867,000

898,000

Redcar and Cleveland

0

0

0

Richmond upon Thames

96,000

98,000

101,000

Rochdale

157,000

175,000

220,000

Rotherham

80,000

0

0

Rutland

0

0

0

Salford

516,000

577,000

585,000

Sandwell

488,000

554,000

695,000

Sefton

254,000

290,000

158,000

Sheffield

258,000

232,000

179,000

Shropshire

296,000

269,000

277,000

Slough

0

0

0

Solihull

387,000

456,000

306,000

Somerset

245,000

49,000

0

South Gloucestershire

5,000

5,000

5,000

South Tyneside

114,000

117,000

117,000

Southampton

550,000

603,000

483,000

Southend

0

0

104,000

Southwark

0

0

0

St. Helens

0

0

0

Staffordshire

283,000

200,000

0

Stockport

38,000

4,000

7,000

Stockton-on-Tees

110,000

113,000

116,000

Stoke on Trent

180,000

183,000

54,000

Suffolk

390,000

360,000

52,000

Sunderland

59,000

59,000

60,000

Surrey

(338,000)

223,000

1,509,000

Sutton

52,000

56,000

71,000

Swindon

52,000

3,000

3,000

Tameside

0

0

0

Telford and Wrekin

44,000

49,000

46,000

Thurrock

66,000

70,000

121,000

Torbay

0

0

0

Tower Hamlets

0

0

0

Trafford

219,000

229,000

234,000

Wakefield

174,000

127,000

51,000

Walsall

261,000

357,000

357,000

Waltham Forest

109,000

246,000

191,000

Wandsworth

0

0

0

Warrington

0

0

0

Warwickshire

1,306,000

1,307,000

1,223,000

West Berkshire

0

0

0

West Sussex

473,000

475,000

0

Westminster

0

0

0

Wigan

0

0

47,000

Wiltshire

5,000

0

283,000

Windsor and Maidenhead

46,000

48,000

48,000

Wirral

172,000

163,000

43,000

Wokingham

57,000

58,000

59,000

Wolverhampton

57,000

92,000

117,000

Worcestershire

321,000

295,000

256,000

York

185,000

189,000

189,000

Notes:

1. Includes expenditure (not Standards Fund supported) on the provision of music tuition or other activities which provide opportunities for pupils to enhance their experience of music. This is drawn from local authorities’ budget statements submitted to the DCSF.

2. Figures are rounded to the nearest £1,000 and may not sum due to rounding.

3. Cash terms figures as reported by local authorities as at 3 February 2009.