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Table 1: Full-time equivalent teaching assistants in the local authority( 1) maintained sector in England: January of each year
1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006

Gateshead

190

200

210

220

300

320

370

350

450

480

Newcastle upon Type

270

300

310

330

410

330

480

580

700

620

North Tyneside

200

220

220

240

270

180

300

250

290

430

South Tyneside

160

160

160

180

250

350

280

420

440

470

Sunderland

420

400

440

460

610

510

690

750

810

850

Hartlepool

100

110

120

140

210

140

260

250

310

310

Middlesbrough

210

200

180

210

280

360

440

520

530

520

Redcar and Cleveland

150

170

160

170

180

120

200

250

240

380

Stockton on Tees

210

220

230

280

340

210

280

290

380

430

Former Durham

640

Darlington

120

130

140

170

200

210

190

270

300

Durham (post 1 April 1997)

550

580

620

690

650

820

990

1,090

1,100

Northumberland

320

340

380

450

560

650

720

800

910

1,040

North East

2,867

2,990

3.130

3,450

4,280

4,010

5.060

5,630

6,430

6,930

Cumbria

610

820

660

730

640

1,100

1,110

1,150

1,200

1,310

Former Cheshire

1,130

1,240

Cheshire (post 1 April 1998)

830

870

1,020

1,120

1,230

1,350

1,530

1,740

Halton

190

200

240

250

270

320

320

330

Warrington

250

270

320

370

380

440

510

630

Bolton

390

430

480

570

650

790

830

950

1,050

1,070

Bury

270

260

280

330

360

460

480

540

590

640

Manchester

740

750

750

810

1,080

1,430

1,610

1,750

1,880

1,920

Oldham

390

410

430

470

560

580

630

690

780

830

Rochdale

260

270

290

340

530

680

710

760

640

860

Salford

430

440

450

480

530

700

570

660

790

780

Stockport

340

360

310

410

510

670

700

750

810

780

Tameside

280

290

310

360

490

360

420

460

520

660

Trafford

190

200

220

230

300

230

300

380

420

440

Wigan

340

390

420

430

560

440

740

800

880

980

Former Lancashire

1,780

2,000

Lancashire (post 1 April 1998)

1,670

1,630

2,190

1,960

3,130

3,300

3,570

3,890

Blackburn with Darwen

300

350

430

360

530

580

610

650

Blackpool

190

220

290

190

390

430

480

480

Knowsley

210

230

260

280

350

470

430

490

480

460

Liverpool

450

490

520

610

920

720

1,150

1,150

1,190

1,130

St. Helens

260

270

290

310

390

420

480

530

640

610

Sefton

360

380

410

470

580

490

650

680

750

780

Wirral

320

350

390

420

570

620

780

790

850

1,020

North West

8,750

9,370

9,920

10,990

13,700

14,400

17,500

18,950

20,700

22,020

Kingston-Upon-Hull. City of

370

400

440

460

540

510

540

640

880

920

East Riding of Yorkshire

340

370

410

470

550

500

650

800

880

950

North East Lincolnshire

220

240

260

310

460

520

570

650

630

690

North Lincolnshire

180

200

240

270

330

430

450

510

550

600

North Yorkshire (post 1 April 1996)

440

540

560

630

800

1,150

1,190

1,410

1,540

1,710

York

140

160

170

220

250

350

370

400

440

500

Barnsley

360

360

360

350

400

610

670

680

680

680

Doncaster

520

460

470

620

640

780

810

860

970

840

Rotherham

280

310

330

410

540

580

770

880

970

900

Sheffield

580

640

710

800

1,080

790

1,200

1,230

1,360

1,590

Bradford

1,240

1,200

1,230

1,370

1,590

1,600

1,870

1,880

1,980

2,000

Calderdale

370

400

420

520

630

720

770

820

680

860

Kirklees

580

620

670

970

1,120

1,180

1,140

1.270

1,390

1,490

Leeds

1,560

1,670

1,670

1,780

1,950

2,380

2,470

2,460

2,550

2,500

Wakefield

540

580

570

650

780

950

960

940

970

1,090

Yorkshire and the Humber

7,700

8,160

8,500

9,830

11,660

13,030

14,430

15,420

16,680

17,330

Former Derbyshire

1,180

Derbyshire (post 1 April 1997)

930

990

1,160

1,460

1,660

1,720

1,820

1,980

2,190

Derby

360

380

430

510

590

670

760

830

930

Former Leicestershire

940

Leicestershire (post 1 April 1997)

580

640

760

920

970

1,190

1,150

1,630

1,730

Leicester

470

520

540

620

730

900

930

1,120

1,090

Rutland

50

50

70

70

80

100

100

120

120

Lincolnshire

810

820

890

990

1,250

1,550

1,610

1,980

2,190

2,370

Northamptonshire

810

880

990

1,090

1,330

1,310

1,330

1,360

1,680

1,940

Former Nottinghamshire

1,310

1,20

Nottinghamshire (post 1 April 1998)

1,000

1,090

1,350

1,600

1,860

1,770

1,990

2,060

Nottingham

540

570

720

770

900

950

1,010

1,060

East Midlands

5,050

5,500

6,010

6,690

8,220

9,270

10,090

10,830

12,560

13,490

Former Hereford and Worcester

630

800

Herefordshire

190

210

250

190

330

370

410

420

Worcestershire

680

760

820

930

1,290

1,450

1,580

1,580

Former Shropshire

510

540

Shropshire (post 1 April 1996)

350

390

460

560

640

690

780

750

Telford and Wrekin

260

280

370

390

480

530

580

640

Former Staffordshire

1.270

Staffordshire (post 1 April 1997)

960

1,060

1,160

1,370

1,310

1,750

1,820

2,070

2,080

Stoke-on-Trent

460

460

490

540

460

620

750

820

830

Warwickshire

530

630

700

980

1,040

1,240

1,250

1,470

1,590

1,630

Birmingham

2,030

2,080

1,630

1,740

2,170

2,970

3,130

3,320

3,930

4,390

Coventry

390

440

440

670

820

690

640

740

770

770

Dudley

350

410

420

530

680

830

880

960

1,060

1,200

Sandwell

460

460

490

520

650

500

600

650

850

970

Solihull

280

300

300

320

370

410

470

520

610

630

Walsall

380

390

380

440

580

700

810

840

950

820

Wolverhampton

390

400

420

470

570

230

360

480

580

720

West Midlands

7,220

7,870

7,770

8,970

10,670

11,420

13,260

14,600

16,590

17,430

Former Cambridgeshire

1,240

1,370

Cambridgeshire (post 1 April 1998)

1,000

1,090

1,230

1,420

1,480

1,830

2,020

1,880

Peterborough

380

500

540

680

720

780

910

1,050

Norfolk

730

850

930

1,050

1,490

1,710

1,740

1,870

2,310

2,570

Suffolk

500

610

660

770

1,100

920

1,430

1,350

1,460

1,540

Former Bedfordshire

790

Bedfordshire (post 1 April 1997)

580

650

710

820

950

1,070

1,140

1,240

1,340

Luton

290

360

430

530

560

620

720

760

820

Former Essex

1,720

1,840

Essex (post 1 April 19 96)

1,620

1,760

2,100

3,140

3,500

3,660

3,810

3,920

Southend-on-Sea

220

280

350

460

560

600

640

650

Thurrock

210

290

340

430

540

550

570

630

Hertfordshire

1,080

1,270

1,250

1,510

1,800

1,740

2,710

2,870

3,110

2,910

East of England

6,060

6,800

7,280

8,380

10,300

12,000

14,370

15,360

16,850

17,290

City of London

10

10

10

10

Camden

200

240

250

300

360

440

470

550

580

640

Greenwich

360

400

430

510

650

650

730

750

820

920

Hackney

210

250

290

380

420

490

530

810

680

720

Hammersmith and Fulham

190

200

210

250

240

260

300

360

380

430

Islington

250

250

270

350

360

350

480

520

560

620

Kensington and Chelsea

130

140

140

170

210

220

260

270

300

280

Lambeth

300

350

390

500

560

580

640

720

770

750

Lewisham

280

290

320

410

570

470

560

620

670

720

Southwark

350

420

430

650

810

750

710

900

1,030

1,070

Tower Hamlets

370

400

450

510

800

970

950

1,070

1,150

1,320

Wandsworth

330

370

370

460

470

380

530

590

730

800

Westminster

150

170

160

190

190

310

280

330

420

370

Barking and Dagenham

300

290

310

320

400

500

510

560

540

560

Barnet

290

340

400

480

550

740

720

850

980

1,070

Bexley

200

230

280

310

380

320

560

550

600

570

Brent

260

300

360

390

440

450

470

560

640

680

Bromley

210

230

230

270

360

440

500

520

550

620

Croydon

400

410

510

530

660

630

870

950

1,010

980

Ealing

340

360

370

400

510

450

530

630

690

670

Enfield

250

290

290

500

590

810

680

970

1,050

1,160

Haringey

350

360

380

420

490

650

680

810

900

960

Harrow

270

270

290

300

300

330

430

480

540

550

Havering

170

170

200

260

300

310

520

590

680

660

Hillingdon

300

340

380

420

510

520

590

620

740

800

Hounslow

280

280

290

330

380

400

400

550

580

680

Kingston upon Thames

130

130

150

170

220

220

250

310

360

380

Merton

190

200

220

240

290

250

300

370

530

460

Newham

280

280

390

500

960

720

1,070

1,190

1,300

980

Redbridge

190

230

270

370

450

580

620

730

820

910

Richmond upon Thames

100

110

110

130

160

210

220

250

330

350

Sutton

160

170

210

230

260

340

310

360

430

360

Waltham Forest

380

400

410

470

490

610

640

670

760

760

London

8,160

8,870

9,790

11,740

14,330

15,340

17,510

19,800

22,140

22,820

Former Berkshire

940

970

Bracknell Forest

140

130

170

110

190

190

210

220

Windsor and Maidenhead

150

160

220

210

220

280

300

330

West Berkshire

190

200

230

330

350

430

530

490

Reading

200

200

240

280

280

280

320

250

Slough

230

250

300

340

440

450

530

530

Wokingham

210

220

230

290

290

360

380

380

Former Buckinghamshire

650

Buckinghamshire (post 1 April 1997)

460

470

490

570

750

710

840

950

1.100

Milton Keynes

260

270

280

300

310

450

530

530

680

Former East Sussex

700

East Sussex (post 1 April 1997)

490

560

650

720

1,000

1,070

1,350

1,380

1,330

Brighton and Hove

270

310

320

380

410

370

400

460

510

Former Hampshire

2.560

Hampshire (post 1 April 1997)

1,880

1,920

1,960

2,120

2,900

3,010

3,160

3,280

3,210

Portsmouth

330

400

410

480

600

600

630

830

660

Southampton

370

430

470

490

610

630

640

660

660

Isle of Wight

160

210

250

270

320

300

360

370

450

430

Former Kent

2,330

2,490

Kent (post 1 April 1998)

2,210

2,470

2,750

3,620

4,160

4,330

4,860

4,660

Medway

440

670

830

710

830

900

960

930

Oxfordshire

780

830

860

930

1,030

1,080

1,280

1,440

1,670

1,830

Surrey

1,170

1,290

1,360

1,500

1,570

1,960

2,350

2,390

2,610

2,720

West Sussex

530

650

670

710

780

1,090

1,310

1,330

1,480

1,660

South East

9,830

10,480

11,250

12,290

13,720

16,910

18,890

20,300

22,400

22,360

Isles of Scilly

10

10

10

Bath and North East Somerset

170

170

160

160

180

70

100

80

170

270

City of Bristol

650

700

690

770

850

920

920

1,040

1,110

1,110

North Somerset

190

220

220

260

290

310

380

380

450

430

South Gloucestershire

270

280

300

350

430

480

560

550

590

640

Cornwall

790

870

960

960

990

1,000

1,170

1,190

1,860

1,630

Former Devon

810

960

Devon (post 1 April 1998)

630

770

1,020

1,360

1,740

2,090

2,190

2,380

Plymouth

320

310

720

660

710

650

750

870

Torbay

140

170

180

200

220

290

280

300

Former Dorset

430

Dorset (post 1 April 1997)

330

390

580

660

780

890

1,180

1,300

1,350

Poole

110

150

180

220

400

390

430

420

460

Bournemouth

130

170

210

240

380

380

410

400

460

Gloucestershire

470

490

550

590

740

710

750

700

910

1,030

Somerset

610

660

680

710

830

920

990

980

1,100

1,380

Former Wiltshire

530

Wiltshire (post 1 April 1997)

340

350

350

410

560

850

780

750

750

Swindon

240

230

260

310

220

220

410

370

380

South West

4,940

5,490

5,940

6,670

8,090

8,980

10,070

11,160

12,650

13,440

England

60,580

65,540

69,600

79,020

94,990

105,360

121,190

132,060

147,000

153,100

(1) The first, second and third phases of local government reorganisation came into effect on 1 April 1996, 1 April 1997 and 1 April 1998 respectively The new authorities are shown directly below their former parent local education authorities.
Note:
Totals may not appear equal to the sum of the component parts because of rounding.
Source:
Annual Schools' Census (ASC)


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