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Education Maintenance Allowance

Mr. Stephen O'Brien: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what grades were achieved by those receiving the education maintenance allowance in each year that it has been available.

Maria Eagle: This information is not available as we do not separately record information on qualification completion rates for those claiming education maintenance allowances.

Examination Results

Rob Marris: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what the public examination results were in (a) 2002, (b) 2003, (c) 2004 and (d) 2005 of the three non-selective state secondary schools nearest to each of the academies opened in (i) September 2002, (ii) September 2003 and (ii) September 2004; and what the equivalent results were in the academies themselves. [25364]

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Jacqui Smith: The available information is given in the table. Figures for 2005 will be available once the School and College Achievement and Attainment Tables are published in January 2006.
Percentage of 15-year-old pupils(30)achieving 5 or more A*-C grades at GCSE and equivalent(31) in 2002, 2003 and 2004 in Academies3, 4 and the three nearest non-selective maintained schools(34)

Academies opened in 2002:
Unity City Academy, Middlesbrough1617
Ormesby School262421
Gillbrook Technology College272927
The Newlands Catholic School FCJ514843
Greig City Academy, Haringey3526
Hornsey Secondary School for Girls524954
Highgate Wood Secondary School434651
Park View Academy162339
Academies opened in 2003:
West London Academy, Ealing35
Northolt High School475234
Greenford High School566363
Queensmead School606158
City of London Academy, Southwark
Aylwin Girls' School302733
Walworth School141821
St. Michael's RC School395365
The City Academy, City of Bristol33
Fairfield High School275543
St. Mary Redcliffe and Temple School787677
Speedwell Technology College253123
The King's Academy, Middlesbrough34
The Newlands Catholic School FCJ514843
St. David's Roman Catholic Technology College464634
King's Manor School, Specialist Sports College253137
The Academy at Peckham, Southwark12
The St. Thomas the Apostle College535356
Walworth School141821
Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Secondary School567369
Capital City Academy, Brent29
Cardinal Hinsley High School212718
Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College656364
Queen's Park Community School424446
Djanogly City Academy, Nottingham51
The Nottingham Bluecoat School and Technology College536451
Manning Comprehensive School192524
Ellis Guilford School and Sports College372939
Walsall Academy, Walsall50
Frank F. Harrison Community School272548
Sneyd Community School303541
Shelfield Sports and Community College393340
Manchester Academy, Manchester8
Trinity CofE High School457061
Whalley Range 11 to 18 High School and Business and Enterprise College524658
St. Peter's RC High School203437
Academies opened in 2004:
The Business Academy, Bexley
Abbey Wood School122520
Woolwich Polytechnic School for Boys273635
Trinity School, Belvedere433947
Mossbourne Community Academy, Hackney
Clapton Girls' Technology College344949
Homerton College of Technology223632
Hackney Free and Parochial Church of England Secondary School Specialist Sports College182234
Stockley Academy, Hillingdon
Bishopshalt School525556
Mellow Lane School424232
Uxbridge High School342935
London Academy, Barnet
Canons High School484953
Park High School746570
Mill Hill County High School847984
Northampton Academy, Northamptonshire
Weston Favell Upper School383428
Thomas Becket Catholic School534239
Northampton School for Girls677368
Lambeth Academy, Lambeth
La Retraite Roman Catholic Girls' School617161
Chestnut Grove School324047
Battersea Technology College141423
Academies opened in 2005:
The Academy of St. Francis of Assisi, Liverpool
Breckfield Community Comprehensive School232835
Archbishop Blanch Church of England Voluntary Aided High School A Technology College637771
Campion Catholic High School152523
St. Pauls Academy, Greenwich
Welling School423236
Plumstead Manor School273743
Abbey Wood School122520
The Marlowe Academy, Kent
Ellington School for Girls333227
St. George's Church of England Foundation334247
The Charles Dickens School554135
Macmillan College, Middlesbrough
Hall Garth School314033
King's Manor School, Specialist Sports College253137
The Norton School262624
Dixons City Academy, Bradford
Grange Technology College332946
Bradford Cathedral Community College162226
Carlton Boiling College181719
Trinity Academy, Doncaster
Hatfield High School Visual Arts College262431
North Axholme School453840
The Snaith School625762
Haberdashers' Aske's Knights Academy, Lewisham
Bonus Pastor Roman Catholic School495559
Catford Girls' School363842
Sedgehill School303237
Salford City Academy, Salford
St. Patrick's RC High School and Arts College534942
Flixton Girls' High School404452
Wentworth High School212731
Haberdashers' Aske's Hatcham College, Lewisham
The St. Thomas the Apostle College535356
Addey and Stanhope School323659
Waverley School262630
The Harefield Academy, Hillingdon
Saint Joan of Arc Roman Catholic School757275
Haydon School566880
Rickmansworth School768382

(30) Pupils aged 15 at the beginning of the academic year (i.e. 31 August).
(31) Figures for 2002 and 2003 include GCSEs and GNVQs only. Figures for 2004 include GCSEs and other approved qualifications.
(32) Some Academies were previously a City Technology College. Figures are included in the table only when an institution is under Academy status.
(33) Two Academies only had GCSE results for pupils aged 15 in 2003.
(34) The three nearest non-selective maintained schools are listed in order of their proximity to each Academy.

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Learning and Skills Council

Mr. Stephen O'Brien: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what the budget for the branding and advertising programme for the Learning and Skills Council Local Partnership teams will be. [27960]

Bill Rammell: Local Partnership teams will work within the LSC's national and regional branding, marketing and communications strategy. As this is an operational matter Mark Haysom, the LSC's chief executive has written to the hon. Member with further information. A copy of his reply has been placed in the Library.

Letter from Mark Haysom to Mr. Stephen O'Brien, dated 17 November 2005:

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