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Justine Greening: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many stop notices were issued by the Student Loans Company in relation to student loan repayments to HM Revenue and Customs in each of the last three years; and if he will make a statement. 
The Student Loans Company issued 23,403 stop notices in 2003-04, 34,353 in 2004-05 and 41,277 in 2005-06. The number of stop notices is increasing year on year as the number of borrowers in repayment increases and more people come to the end of repaying their loan.
Justine Greening: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many student loan overpayment refunds to customers were made by the Student Loans Company in each of the last three years; and if he will make a statement. 
Mr. Hoyle: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills what percentage of (a) English, (b) language, (c) science, (d) mathematics, (e) design and technology and (f) history teachers in (i) primary and (ii) secondary schools in Chorley constituency have formal qualifications to teach the subject concerned. 
|Teachers in Service: Full-time teachers in maintained secondary schoolsHighest post A level qualification( 1) held in the subjects they teach( 2) to year groups 7-13|
|Degree( 3)||BEd||PGCE||Cert Ed||Other Qual.||No Qual.||Total teachers (Thousand)|
|- = zero or less than 0.5.|
(1) Where a teacher has more than one post A level qualification in the same subject, the qualification level is determined by the highest level reading from left (Degree) to right (Other Qual.). For example, teachers shown under PGCE have a PGCE but not a degree or BEd in the subject, while those with a PGCE and a degree are shown only under Degree.
(2) Teachers are counted once against each subject which they are teaching.
(3) Includes higher degrees but excludes BEds.
(4) Teachers qualified in combined/general science are treated as qualified to teach biology, chemistry, or physics. Teachers qualified in biology, chemistry or physics are treated as qualified to teach combined/general science.
(5) Teachers qualified in other/combined technology are treated as qualified to teach design and technology or information and communication technology. Teachers qualified in design and technology or information and communication technology are treated as qualified to teach other/combined technology.
(6) Information and Communication Technology is abbreviated as ICT and Personal Social and Health Education is abbreviated as PSHE.
(7) Other not included in total percentages.
Secondary Schools Curriculum and Staffing Survey 2002.
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