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Helen Jones: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many students were excluded from each academy between 2003-04 and the last date for which figures are available. [104933]


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Jim Knight: The available information is given in the table.


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Academies( 1) : number and percentage of permanent exclusions from schools in England 2003-04 and 2004-05
2003-04 2004-05
Establishment name LA name Number of permanent exclusions Percentage of permanent exclusions( 2) Number of permanent exclusions Percentage of permanent exclusions( 3)

Capital City Academy

Brent

4

0.48

11

1.21

City of London Academy (Southwark)

Southwark

0

0.00

3

0.83

Dixons City Academy

Bradford

(4)

(4)

(5)

(5)

Djanogly City Academy Nottingham

Nottingham

3

0.20

11

0.70

Haberdashers' Aske's Knights Academy

Lewisham

(4)

4—

(5)

(5)

London Academy

Barnet

(5)

(4)

0

0.00

Manchester Academy

Manchester

3

0.44

0

0.00

Northampton Academy

Northamptonshire

9

(4)

9

0.72

Salford City Academy

Salford

(4)

(4)

6

(4)

Stockley Academy

Hillingdon

3

(4)

4

0.68

The Academy at Peckham

Southwark

5

0.51

10

0.93

The Business Academy Bexley

Bexley

6

0.72

7

0.51

The City Academy Bristol

Bristol City of

7

0.64

4

0.37

The King's Academy

Middlesbrough

27

2.60

7

0.67

Unity City Academy

Middlesbrough

8

0.71

6

0.53

Walsall Academy

Walsall

(5)

(5)

0

0.00

West London Academy

Ealing

8

1.03

22

1.95

(1) Academies with one or more permanent exclusions in 2003-04 or 2004-05.
(2) The number of permanent exclusions expressed as a percentage of the headcount of pupils in the school as at January 2004.
(3) The number of permanent exclusions expressed as a percentage of the headcount of pupils in the school as at January 2005.
(4) Not available
(5 )One or two exclusions, or a rate based on one or two exclusions
Source:
School Census

Qualifications

Mr. Byers: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what percentage of (a) White British, (b) Black Caribbean, (c) Black African, (d) Indian, (e) Pakistani, (f) Bangladeshi and (g) other ethnic groups who were entitled to free school meals attained no recognised qualifications at school leaving age in the last period for which figures are available, broken down by sex. [107967]

Jim Knight [holding answer 11 December 2006]: The information requested is in the following table.


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Achievements at GCSE and Equivalents for Pupils at the End of Key Stage 4, in maintained schools, in 2006. by Ethnicity and Free School Meal Provision
Non FSM FSM
Ethnicity Eligible pupils Percentage achieving no places Eligible pupils Percentage achieving no places

Boys

White

226,037

2.6

27,356

8.9

White British

220,081

2.5

26,011

9.1

Irish

848

3.5

182

7.7

Traveller of Irish heritage

36

22.2

21

38.1

Gypsy/Roma

101

27.7

72

15.3

Any other White background

4,971

3.1

1,070

3.7

Mixed

5,123

2.9

1,377

6.5

White and Black Caribbean

1,803

3.8

613

6.4

White and Black African

475

2.1

126

7.1

White and Asian

1,050

1.7

163

5.5

Any other mixed background

1,795

3

475

6.7

Asian

13,863

2

5,502

2.7

Indian

6,202

1.1

824

1.8

Pakistani

4,627

2.3

2,624

3.1

Bangladeshi

1,304

2.8

1,553

2.3

Any other Asian background

1,730

3.9

501

3.8

Black

7,456

3

3,350

4.2

Black Caribbean

3,177

3.4

1,024

5.1

Black African

3,272

2.6

1,939

3.1

Any other Black background

1,007

3.1

387

7.5

Chinese

1,019

1

123

1.6

Any other ethnic group

1,700

3.8

934

4.5

All Pupils(1)

262,154

2.6

39,554

7.5

Girls

White

217,990

1.7

26,901

6.2

White British

212,013

1.7

25,655

6.2

Irish

939

1.9

192

6.8

Traveller of Irish heritage

36

11.1

33

30.3

Gypsy/Roma

70

27.1

69

17.4

Any other White background

4,932

1.9

952

3.4

Mixed

5,346

2.1

1,474

4.7

White and Black Caribbean

1,978

2.2

647

5.6

White and Black African

475

2.5

165

4.8

White and Asian

1,036

1.9

196

4.6

Any other mixed background

1,857

1.9

466

3.6

Asian

12,881

1

5,111

1.7

Indian

5,732

0.5

749

2

Pakistani

4,249

1.6

2,359

2

Bangladeshi

1,322

0.6

1,628

0.7

Any other Asian background

1,578

1.3

375

3.2

Black

7,601

1.5

3,344

2.7

Black Caribbean

3,333

1.1

1,054

2.7

Black African

3,348

1.6

1,956

2.6

Any other Black background

920

2.6

334

3.6

Chinese

954

1.3

130

0.8

Any other ethnic group

1,521

2.6

796

3.6

All pupils(1)

252,625

1.7

38,625

5.1

(1 )This includes unclassified pupils

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