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English domiciled 18-year-old entrants to HE courses at UK HE institutions with A-level or equivalent level 3 qualifications as their highest qualification on entry( 1) , 1997/98 to 2001/02
Of which:
Academic year Qualification Total Full-time at universities Part-time at universities Full-time at HE colleges Part-time at HE colleges

1997/98

Total with A-level or equivalent level 3 qualifications on entry

107,000

95,110

525

11,225

140

Of who have:

2+ ‘A’ or AS level equivalents(2)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

NVQ level 3, 12 module GNVQ or combination(2, 4)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

(3)

1998/99

Total with A-level or equivalent level 3 qualifications on entry

107,660

95,630

680

11,140

210

Of who have:

2+ ‘A’ or AS level equivalents(2)

93,470

84,220

360

8,750

140

NVQ level 3, 12 module GNVQ or combination(2, 4)

2,660

2,130

40

480

10

1999/2000

Total with A-level or equivalent level 3 qualifications on entry

104,655

92,780

600

11,170

105

Of who have:

2+ ‘A’ or AS level equivalents(2)

88,105

79,000

325

8,735

50

NVQ level 3, 12 module GNVQ or combination(2, 4)

3,265

2,400

45

815

5

2000/01

Total with A-level or equivalent level 3 qualifications on entry

104,400

92,420

635

11,180

165

Of who have:

2+ ‘A’ or AS level equivalents(2)

89,640

80,650

325

8,630

30

NVQ level 3, 12 module GNVQ or combination(2, 4)

5,340

4,075

80

1,175

10

2001/02

Total with A-level or equivalent level 3 qualifications on entry

110,595

98,985

710

10,775

125

Of who have:

2+ ‘A’ or AS level equivalents(2)

94,640

86,380

300

7,920

35

NVQ level 3, 12 module GNVQ or combination(2, 4)

5,975

4,755

75

1,130

15

(1) Figures for 18-year-olds entering with other qualifications are not included.
(2) Contains a count of the number of students entering with the specific qualifications. There is likely to be a small number of students who fall into both categories and so will be counted once in each category.
(3) The information held for 1997/98 only allows the identification of the type of qualification held, not the number.
(4) Combinations of NVQ level 3, and 12 or six module GNVQs.
Note:
Figures are on a snapshot basis as at 1 December.
Source:
Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) student record.

Music: Education

Paul Holmes: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills (1) how much his Department spent on music education through the Music Standards Fund in each year of its existence; and if he will make a statement; [122110]

(2) how much was spent on music education in each year since 1997. [122115]

Jim Knight: The Music Standards Fund was introduced in 1999/2000. The following table shows the amounts allocated through the Standards Fund in each year since then.

£ million (rounded)

1999/2000

40

2000/2001

50

2001/2002

50

2002/2003

59.5

2003/2004(1)

61

2004/2005

59.5

2005/2006(1)

61

2006/2007(2)

64

Total

445

(1) Includes KS2 addition of £1. 5 million.
(2) Includes KS2 addition of £4.5 million.

In addition to the general amounts for Music Services in each of the years 2003/04, 2005/06 and 2006/07 an extra £1.5million was allocated to local authorities to encourage the development of programmes designed to increase the number of pupils at KS2 able to learn a musical instrument. For 2006/07 an extra £3 million was allocated to LAs for distribution directly to schools for KS2 instrumental provision. For 2007/08 this rises to £23 million. In each of those two years a further £2 million is held centrally to finance the purchase and repair of instruments and a CPD programme for music practitioners.

Local authorities are free to add to the Music Standards Funds from their general education budgets, and many do. Information on the total spend on music is, therefore, not available centrally.

Paul Holmes: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how much each local authority received from his Department for the purpose of providing music education in each year since 1997; and if he will make a statement. [122114]

Jim Knight: The Government have paid specific grant to local authorities for the purposes of music education since 1999-2000. The amount of grant paid to each local authority for this purpose for each year since then, and the amounts allocated for 2007-2008, are set out in the following table.


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Standard Fund Music allocations 1999-2000 to 2007-08
1999-2000 2000-01 2001-02 2002-03 2003-04

Barking

75,000

75,000

142,100

217,091

227,091

Barnet

119,773

193,300

193,251

203,251

Barnsley

154,489

171,000

191,300

216,336

226,336

Bath and North East Somerset

187,000

187,000

187,000

187,000

197,000

Bedfordshire

533,000

533,000

533,000

533,000

543,000

Bexley

160,000

185,000

185,000

210,000

220,000

Birmingham

324,069

736,150

1,083,800

1,555,904

1,564,904

Blackburn with Darwen

155,000

360,000

360,000

410,000

420,000

Blackpool

12,600

36,600

98,300

122,293

132,293

Bolton

410,361

434,750

434,800

559,500

568,500

Bournemouth

21,100

91,700

Bracknell Forest

86,760

111,760

111,800

136,760

146,760

Bradford

212,000

212,000

493,300

493,306

503,306

Brent

63,000

63,000

191,200

254,159

264,159

Brighton and Hove

303,000

316,790

316,800

330,580

340,580

Bristol

218,000

233,400

265,300

291,541

301,541

Bromley

17,500

159,300

176,838

186,838

Buckinghamshire

641,510

641,510

641,500

895,020

905,020

Bury

45,912

47,000

125,700

130,723

140,723

Calderdale

76,000

136,000

161,500

221,546

231,546

Cambridgeshire

186,000

246,000

344,600

404,000

414,000

Camden

97,000

278,750

278,800

373,500

383,500

Cheshire

94,000

134,000

442,400

482,353

492,353

Cornwall

320,088

350,000

350,000

518,000

528,000

Corporation of London

1,800

1,753

2,753

Coventry

98,500

123,740

223,300

347,088

357,088

Croydon

71,080

74,700

231,100

267,764

267,764

Cumbria

393,000

509,900

509,900

633,800

643,800

Darlington

142,000

142,000

142,000

177,000

187,000

Derby City

10,000

Derbyshire

250,000

250,000

695,600

945,642

955,642

Devon

129,047

324,050

697,600

818,604

656,400

Doncaster

741,000

754,956

755,000

768,912

778,912

Dorset

74,000

137,200

304,400

410,379

254,600

Dudley

575,000

290,718

290,700

581,435

591,435

Durham

795,000

830,000

830,000

830,000

840,000

Ealing

27,600

175,300

215,400

335,508

345,508

East Riding of Yorkshire

557,000

557,000

557,000

557,000

567,000

East Sussex

876,000

905,887

905,900

935,774

945,774

Enfield

60,000

80,000

209,100

289,111

299,111

Essex

364,500

364,500

758,000

1,122,535

1,132,535

Gateshead

415,000

456,795

456,800

498,590

508,590

Gloucestershire

137,058

163,950

345,200

467,176

477,176

Greenwich

50,000

125,000

239,200

264,228

274,228

Hackney

63,000

225,380

225,400

360,380

370,380

Halton

22,000

22,000

125,400

125,429

135,429

Hammersmith and Fulham

32,000

93,000

128,500

157,481

167,481

Hampshire

741,981

882,190

882,200

1,086,380

1,095,380

Haringey

219,000

283,000

283,000

358,000

357,000

Harrow

158,000

158,000

158,000

158,000

168,000

Hartlepool

168,000

10,000

Havering

15,000

32,500

127,800

160,286

170,286

Herefordshire

170,000

194,855

194,900

219,710

229,710

Hertfordshire

266,413

341,800

626,600

782,448

782,448

Hillingdon

30,000

60,000

143,500

203,534

213,534

Hounslow

333,000

346,500

346,500

360,000

370,000

Isle of Wight

256,000

280,000

298,400

340,800

350,800

Isles of Scilly

2,510

2,510

4,000

3,996

4,996

Islington

48,544

53,400

183,600

222,002

232,002

Kensington and Chelsea

8,108

13,640

77,400

85,513

95,513

Kent

489,091

665,000

824,500

1,129,485

1,139,485

Kingston Upon Thames

71,500

71,500

71,500

143,000

153,000

Kingston-upon-Hull

512,000

512,000

512,000

512,000

522,000

Kirklees

313,000

358,277

358,300

403,553

413,553

Knowsley

144,626

140,725

226,500

276,243

286,243

Lambeth

17,500

17,500

215,500

233,044

243,044

Lancashire

343,000

343,000

873,900

1,216,889

1,226,889

Leeds

245,000

245,000

535,500

535,454

545,454

Leicester City

129,400

149,400

149,400

169,400

179,400

Leicestershire

461,000

461,000

461,000

461,000

471,000

Lewisham

50,000

135,000

227,800

277,833

287,833

Lincolnshire

471,000

507,000

507,000

543,000

553,000

Liverpool

222,000

252,000

564,100

594,080

604,080

Luton

273,000

562,375

562,400

851,750

861,750

Manchester

1,355,000

1,355,000

1,355,000

1,366,000

1,365,000

Medway

102,000

149,120

162,500

209,588

219,588

Merton

66,250

66,250

102,000

168,221

178,221

Middlesbrough

281,142

10,000

Milton Keynes

187,347

232,500

232,500

280,000

290,000

Newcastle Upon Tyne

169,310

234,600

403,926

413,926

Newham

13,100

225,200

314,700

513,737

523,737

Norfolk

193,732

183,940

552,300

595,195

605,195

North East Lincolnshire

128,071

189,000

189,000

309,000

319,000

North Lincolnshire

190,000

190,000

190,000

190,000

200,000

North Somerset

268,000

293,000

293,000

318,000

328,000

North Tyneside

53,645

79,000

154,000

203,983

213,983

North Yorkshire

683,000

703,000

703,000

723,000

733,000

Northamptonshire

835,000

835,000

835,000

845,000

845,000

Northumberland

15,825

255,400

271,243

281,243

Nottingham City

184,212

197,000

293,000

323,043

333,043

Nottinghamshire

205,227

148,000

529,400

609,365

619,365

Oldham

149,000

149,000

222,700

371,655

381,655

Oxfordshire

262,000

338,000

338,000

425,000

424,000

Peterborough

93,000

93,000

139,000

139,002

149,002

Plymouth

56,000

182,200

Poole

21,700

94,100

Portsmouth

62,681

80,138

80,200

147,000

157,000

Reading

81,000

81,000

81,000

150,000

160,000

Redbridge

155,537

123,330

152,200

211,511

221,511

Redcar and Cleveland

265,000

2,375

10,000

Richmond Upon Thames

126,100

127,350

127,400

159,600

169,600

Rochdale

102,603

85,000

195,200

195,232

205,232

Rotherham

574,000

597,460

597,500

620,920

630,920

Rutland

22,050

4,400

20,200

20,169

30,169

Salford

368,000

378,699

378,700

389,398

399,398

Sandwell

753,000

753,000

753,000

753,000

763,000

Sefton

491,000

543,770

543,800

596,540

606,540

Sheffield

90,000

90,000

364,300

364,293

374,293

Shropshire

110,000

110,000

179,000

178,988

188,988

Slough

51,474

129,000

129,000

221,000

231,000

Solihull

151,500

151,500

151,500

303,000

313,000

Somerset

277,000

502,225

502,200

727,450

737,450

South Gloucestershire

251,739

267,450

267,500

285,900

295,900

South Tyneside

249,000

253,500

253,500

258,000

268,000

Southampton

142,603

217,050

217,000

309,100

319,100

Southend-on-Sea

56,865

160,979

161,000

208,229

218,229

Southwark

100,000

100,000

261,200

361,237

371,237

St. Helens

141,500

141,541

151,541

Staffordshire

826,000

940,000

940,000

1,054,000

1,064,000

Stockport

181,000

206,000

206,000

231,000

241,000

Stockton-on-Tees

410,000

1,227,950

1,230,300

1,336,700

1,346,700

Stoke-on-Trent

148,000

193,000

219,400

264,374

274,374

Suffolk

382,345

416,000

427,600

472,626

482,626

Sunderland

110,904

114,400

273,200

307,574

317,574

Surrey

351,000

413,532

456,100

518,669

528,669

Sutton

41,100

41,100

90,200

131,322

141,322

Swindon

140,400

140,400

140,400

280,800

290,800

Tameside

74,000

96,000

178,000

200,007

210,007

Telford and Wrekin

67,000

67,000

136,400

136,436

146,436

Thurrock

142,296

340,248

340,200

395,903

405,903

Torbay

23,000

10,000

Tower Hamlets

52,750

52,750

351,700

404,449

414,449

Trafford

32,000

38,400

162,600

168,989

178,989

Wakefield

686,000

728,885

728,900

771,770

781,770

Walsall

555,557

619,700

619,700

712,400

722,400

Waltham Forest

190,413

190,415

198,800

269,225

279,225

Wandsworth

106,000

93,500

169,600

263,101

273,101

Warrington

38,477

52,750

118,100

137,806

147,806

Warwickshire

746,000

876,000

876,000

1,006,000

1,016,000

West Berkshire

195,000

201,050

201,100

207,100

217,100

West Sussex

840,000

917,000

917,000

994,000

1,004,000

Westminster

139,445

181,750

181,800

363,500

373,500

Wigan

164,000

164,000

218,200

218,220

228,220

Wiltshire

278,000

278,000

278,000

278,000

288,000

Windsor and Maidenhead

178,000

178,000

178,000

178,000

188,000

Wirral

412,000

486,400

486,400

560,800

570,800

Wokingham

95,000

190,000

190,000

190,000

200,000

Wolverhampton

111,639

137,000

214,700

282,699

292,699

Worcestershire

820,798

738,500

738,500

887,000

897,000

York

368,000

388,160

388,200

408,320

418,320

Total allocation

35,181,012

40,300,518

50,060,500

59,633,546

61,049,563


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