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Sandra Gidley: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many pupils in (a) Hampshire, (b) Southampton and (c) Portsmouth were temporarily excluded for (i) drug and alcohol related problems, (ii) sexual misconduct, (iii) pupil abuse and (iv) adult abuse in each of the last four years. 
|Maintained primary, secondary and special schools( 1,2) : Number of fixed period exclusions by reason of exclusion 2003/04 and 2004/05Hampshire, Portsmouth and Southampton local authority areas|
|Physical assault||Verbal abuse/threatening behaviour|
|Against a pupil||Against an adult||Against a pupil||Against an adult||Sexual misconduct||Drug and alcohol related||Total|
|(1) Includes middle schools as deemed.|
(2) Excludes non-maintained special schools.
Termly Exclusions Survey
Only two years of data relating to the reason for exclusion are currently available. The first year for which information on the reason for exclusion is available relates to the 2003/04 academic year. Exclusions data for 2004/05 academic year were published in June 2006.
Mr. Willetts: To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many pupils were in pupil referral units in each year since 1997, broken down by (a) gender, (b) ethnicity and (c) age of pupil. 
|Pupil referral units: Number of pupils by ethnic group ( 1,2,3)( ) 1997-2006 position in January each year England|
|(1) Includes solely registered pupils and those with other providers.|
(2) Pupils of compulsory school age and above are classified according to ethnic group.
(3) The categories for recording ethnicity data in Pupil Referral Units changed in 2005 to reflect the categories used in the 2001 National population census. There is no direct mapping between this set of codes and those used in previous years which will result in some discontinuity in time series data.
(4) Information was not sought or refused
(5) All pupils of compulsory school age and above.
(6) Less than 5 pupils
Numbers have been rounded to the nearest 10. There may be discrepancies between totals and the sum of component parts.
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