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|Standardised periods( 1)|
|(1) Periods have been standardised to a 40 period week.|
(2) Restricted to pupils that study the subject.
(3) Changes since 1996 have been calculated taking the 95 per cent. confidence intervals into consideration and rounded.
(4) Home Economics was classified as an individual subject in 1996. In 2002 it was classified with Design and Technology.
(5) Includes Special Educational Needs for both 1996 and 2002 subject classifications.
Mrs. Gillan: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (1) how many (a) referrals and (b) letters of notification were received by the Department in each of the last five years from (i) state maintained and (ii) independent schools; 
(2) how many (a) referrals and (b) letters of notification on child protection received by the Department in each of the last five years from (i) state maintained and (ii) independent schools were subsequently reported to the police with a copy sent to the Department; 
Kevin Brennan: Where employers (including independent schools) in the education sector have ceased to use the services of a person because they consider that person is unsuitable to work with children, or they would have ceased to use the person's services where the person has left their employment, they are required to refer information to the Department. In addition, the police refer to the Department cautions and convictions for those who have been working in educational establishments in accordance with Home Office Circular 6/2006 (The Notifiable Occupations Scheme). Identifying how many referrals and letters of notification were received from (i) state maintained and (ii) independent schools and how many were subsequently reported to the police with a copy sent to the Department would require detailed checks to be made
Mr. Laws: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families if he will list each of his Departments (a) agencies and (b) non-departmental public bodies, setting out in each case their (i) function, (ii) latest estimated annual running costs and (iii) number of staff; and if he will make a statement. 
The following NDPBs are the responsibility of the Department for Children, Schools and Families and their (i) function, (ii) latest estimated annual running costs and (iii) number of staff are set out as follows:
(i) Becta is the Governments lead partner in the strategic development and delivery of the e-strategy;
(ii) £10.460 million;
(iii) 201 staff.
(i) CAFCASS is involved in family law proceedings under the Children Act 1989 and its role is to advice the courts on what is in the best interests of a child;
(ii) £104.818 million;
(iii) 1,701 staff.
(i) The Advisory Groups function is to provide advice to the Government and monitor the overall success of the Teenage Pregnancy Strategy towards achieving the goals of reducing the rate of teenage conceptions and reaching a 60 per cent. target of teenage parent participation in education, training or employment, to reduce the risk of their long-term exclusion;
(ii) £0.04 million;
(iii) The body does not employ staff.
(i) NCSLs function is to develop excellent school leadership to transform childrens achievement and well-being; to develop leadership within and beyond the school; to identify and grow tomorrows leaders; and create a fit-for-purpose, national college;
(ii) £8.928 million;
(iii) 265 staff.
(i) The function of the Childrens Commissioner is to promote awareness of the views and interests of children as set out in the Children Act 2004;
(ii) The Commissioners Office, 11 MILLION, has a budget of £3 million;
(iii) 20 staff.
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