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1. Statutory documents containing or relating to attainment targets   

and programmes of study for the current or previous                   

national curriculum                                                   

                               |Production  |Distribution             

                               |costs       |costs                    

                               |£           |£                        

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Science in the National                                               

  Curriculum                   |762,000<1>  |198,000<1>               

Science in the National                                               

  Curriculum (1991)            |251,000     |76,000                   

Technology in the National                                            

  Curriculum                   |630,000<1>  |185,000<1>               

Geography in the National                                             

  Curriculum                   |888,000     |243,000                  

Modern Foreign Languages in                                           

  the National Curriculum      |172,000     |90,000                   

Music in the National                                                 

  Curriculum                   |488,000     |175,000                  

Art in the National Curriculum |490,000     |175,000                  

Physical Education in the                                             

  National Curriculum          |502,000     |179,000                  

Order removing sex education                                          

  from "Science in the                                                

  National Curriculum"         |12,000      |7,000                    

<1> These figures are estimates.                                      

The cost of miscellaneous deliveries in all subjects subsequent to the initial bulk distributions has totalled approximately £257,000. 2. Statutory documents containing Attainment Targets and Programmes of Study for the revised National Curriculum Science in the National Curriculum

Design and Technology in the National Curriculum

Information Technology in the National Curriculum

Geography in the National Curriculum

Modern Foreign Languages in the National Curriculum

Music in the National Curriculum

Art in the National Curriculum

Physical Education in the National Curriculum

The National Curriculum

Key Stages 1 and 2 of the National Curriculum

3. Non-Statutory Curriculum guidance

Science

1989 Science Non-Statutory Guidance

1991 Science Explorations

1991 Science Non-Statutory Guidance

1992 Forces

1993 Electricity and Magnetism

1993 Energy

1993 Teaching Science at Key Stages 1 and 2

1993 Teaching Science at Key Stages 3 and 4

1993 Earth Sciences--Primary

1993 Earth Sciences--Secondary

1994 Chemical Changes

1994 Genetics and Ecology

Design and Technology

1990 Design and Technology Non-Statutory Guidance

1991 Implementing Design and Technology at Key Stages 1 and 2 1991 Implementing Design and Technology at Key Stage 3

Information Technology

1990 Information Technology Non-Statutory Guidance

Geography

1991 Geography Non-Statutory Guidance

1993 Teaching Geography at Key Stages 1 and 2: an INSET Guide 1993 Teaching Geography at Key Stage 3: an INSET Guide

1993 An Introduction to Teaching Geography at Key Stages 1 and 2 1993 An introduction to Teaching Geography at Key Stage 3 Modern Foreign Languages

1992 Modern Foreign Languages Non-Statutory Guidance

1993 Target Practice


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Art

1992 Art Non-Statutory Guidance

Music

1992 Music Non-Statutory Guidance

Physical Education

1992 Physical Education Non-Statutory Guidance

4. Assessment of pupils

Science

Key Stage I

1994 Optional Science Pack

Key Stage 2

1993 Pilot Tests

1994 Pilot Tests

1995 Tasks

Key Stage 3

1991 INSET material (Ma & Sc)

1992 Pupils' Work Assessed

1992 School Assessment Folder

1992 Tests

1993 Sample Test Questions

1993 Tests

1993 Assessing Sc1

1993 Pupils' Work Assessed

1994 Level 1&2 Tasks

1994 Tests

1995 Level 1&2 Tasks

Key Stage 4

1993 Sc1: Scientific Investigation

Technology

Key Stage 1

1992 Children's Work Assessed

1992 Optional Tasks

1993 Optional Level 4 Tasks

1993 Working with the current Order (D&T)

Key Stage 2

1993 Working with the current Order (D&T)

Key Stage 3

1993 Assessment material Te5

1993 Sample Test Questions (IT)

1993 Long Task and Test Questions (D&T)

1993 Tests

1993 Pupils' Work Assessed (IT)

1994 Optional Tasks

Geography

Key Stage 1

1993 Optional Tasks

Key Stage 3

1992 Teacher Assessment at KS3

1993 Pupils' Work Assessed

Modern foreign languages

Key Stage 3

1992 Teacher Assessment at KS3

Mr. Kilfoyle: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what is the total income received since 1988 for the sale of documentation relating to changes in the national curriculum.

Mr. Forth: Information on income from the sale of documents relating specifically to changes to the national curriculum is not available. Income from the sale of all documents relating to the national curriculum and its assessment since 1988 by the School Curriculum and Assessment Authority and its predecessors is estimated at around £0.9 million. In addition the Department for Education has received royalties from Her Majesty's Stationery Office as a result of its sales of national curriculum documents estimated at £0.2 million since 1988.


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Bradford University (Bursaries)

Mr. Madden: To ask the Secretary of State for Education what representations she has received about her decision to cease offering bursaries for those wishing to undertake postgraduate language training at Bradford university; what consultation took place with Bradford university prior to her decision being announced; what evidence she has that bursaries for such courses are available from alternative sources; and if she will make a statement.

Mr. Boswell: My right hon. Friend has received correspondence from Professor David Johns. vice chancellor and principal of Bradford university, and five other letters about the withdrawal of bursary support for students undertaking the postgraduate diploma in interpreting and translating course at Bradford university. The decision was taken as part of the review of public expenditure for 1995 96 in which my right hon. Friend takes account of demands and priorities for spending.

A survey undertaken in January 1994 by the Department indicated that more than 60 per cent. of students on the interpreting and translation courses at the four institutions receiving bursaries through the scheme were undertaking their studies without support from the Department.

Schools (Special Measures)

Mr. Butler: To ask the Secretary of State for Education if she will list those schools which have been identified by Her Majesty's chief inspector as in need of special measures.

Mr. Forth: The following schools have been identified as failing or likely to fail to provide an acceptable standard of education, and hence as in need of special measures:

LEA maintained secondary schools

Battersea Technology College, Wandsworth

Cross Green High School, Leeds

Dick Sheppard School, Lambeth

Fairfax Community School, Bradford

Hackney Downs School, Hackney

Lilian Baylis School, Lambeth

Northicote School, Wolverhampton

St. Mark's School, Hammersmith and Fulham

St. Joseph's Academy, Lewisham

St. Richard of Chichester School, Camden

Tamarside Community College, Devon

The Hammersmith School, Hammersmith and Fulham

Grant maintained secondary schools

Stratford School, Newham

LEA maintained middle schools

Abbey Farm Middle School, Norfolk

LEA maintained primary schools

Crook Primary School, Durham

Earlsmead Primary School, Haringey

Francis Askew Primary School, Humberside

Hockwold Primary School, Norfolk

Morningside Primary School, Hackney

Norbridge Primary School, Nottinghamshire

Rough Hay Primary School, Walsall

Roundthorn Primary School, Oldham

St. John the Divine C of E Primary School, Lambeth

St. Stephen's C of E Primary School, Lambeth

South Park Infants School, Redbridge

The Drive County Primary School, Gateshead


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