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Due to the way in which Ofsted has previously prepared our accounts, this is the only year for which a separately identifiable consultancy figure is available.
A copy of these replies have been sent to Jim Knight MP, Minister of State for Schools, and will be placed in the library of both Houses.
Mr. Willetts: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many and what percentage of pupils left pupil referral units to enter (a) special schools and (b) mainstream schools in each year between 1997 and 2006, broken down by local authority. 
Mr. Willetts: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many and what percentage of pupils at pupil referral units were issued with a national record of achievement in each year between 1997 and 2006, broken down by local authority. 
Both the national record of achievement (NRA) and its successor, Progress File, were made available on a voluntary basis. While over 70 per cent. of secondary schools and many colleges ordered Progress File
materials, our distribution records do not distinguish pupil referral units from other educational establishments.
Mr. Willetts: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many pupils at pupil referral units there were with pupils numbers of (a) under five, (b) between five to 10, (c) between 10 to 20, (d) between 20 to 30, (e) between 30 to 40, (f) between 40 to 50, (g) between 50 to 80, (h) between 80 to 100 and (i) over 100 in each year between 1997 and 2006. 
|Pupil referral u nits: Number of schools by size and number of p upils( 1) , 1997-2006, position in January each y ear, England|
|Under 5 pupils||5 to 10 pupils||11 to 20 pupils||21 to 30 pupils||31 to 40 pupils|
|41 to 50 pupils||51 to 80 pupils||81 to 100 pupils||Over 100 pupils||Total|
|(1 )Excludes dually registered pupils. Includes pupils with other providers. Source: Schools Census.|
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