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Teachers: Yorkshire and the Humber

Mr. Graham Stuart: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many teachers aged under 60 years left the profession in Yorkshire and the Humber in each of the last 10 years; and if he will make a statement. [192898]

Jim Knight: The following table provides the number of qualified teachers who are aged under 60 recorded as being out of service in March 2006, whose last recorded service was in the local authority maintained sector in Yorkshire and Humberside Government office region and England, broken down by the year that they left. The figures exclude teachers that have retired. It is unknown whether they have left service permanently.

The total provided is different to that provided to the hon. Member for Surrey Heath (Michael Gove) on 20 March, Official Report, column 1433W, because the series commences from 1996 not 1997 and excludes the first three months of 2006.


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The information provided is from the Database of Teacher Records which is maintained on behalf of the Department for pension administration purposes.


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Qualified teachers employed in local authority maintained schools aged under 60 years who have left service( 1) by March 2006, coverage: Yorkshire and the Humber and England, calendar years 1996 to 2005
Yorkshire and the Humber England

1996

460

6,090

1997

520

6,790

1998

600

7,940

1999

640

8,370

2000

740

9,980

2001

900

10,970

2002

1,000

12,150

2003

1,060

11,630

2004

1,250

14,520

2005

2,070

20,510

Total

9,420

110,680

(1) Teacher is no longer in service in the English maintained schools sector and is not receiving a pension. May be teaching elsewhere outside of the English maintained sector.
Note:
Figures are rounded to the nearest 10.

Mr. Graham Stuart: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many (a) teachers and (b) teaching assistants there were in each local authority area in Yorkshire and the Humber in each of the last five years, broken down by (i) primary and (ii) secondary schools; and if he will make a statement. [201895]

Jim Knight: The following table provides the full-time equivalent number of regular teachers and teaching assistants employed in local authority maintained nursery/primary and secondary schools in each local authority in Yorkshire and The Humber Government Office Region and in England, in each January, 2003 to 2007.


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Full-time equivalent regular teachers (excluding occasional) and teaching assistants employed in local authority maintained nursery/primary and secondary schools in local authorities in Yorkshire and the Humber Government Office Region and England, January 2003 to 2007
2003 2004 2005 2006 2007
Nursery/ Primary Secondary Nursery/ Primary Secondary Nursery/ Primary Secondary Nursery/ Primary Secondary Nursery/ Primary Secondary

Regular teachers( 1)

England

197,430

206,870

196,640

211,000

196,270

215,060

198,190

216,290

197,100

216,850

Yorkshire and the Humber

20,630

21,150

20,380

21,980

20,220

22,520

20,430

22,540

20,370

22,470

Kingston-Upon- Hull, City of

1,080

970

1,070

960

1,070

970

1,020

990

1,020

1,030

East Riding of Yorkshire

1,200

1,370

1,170

1,390

1,200

1,460

1,220

1,510

1,240

1,490

North East Lincolnshire

700

710

680

710

660

710

680

680

660

680

North Lincolnshire

620

610

620

680

600

670

590

720

590

680

North Yorkshire

2,250

2,630

2,200

2,750

2,200

2,760

2,210

2,820

2,210

2,820

York

640

680

630

700

620

700

620

700

650

700

Barnsley

880

780

840

770

840

830

860

860

870

870

Doncaster

1,240

1,420

1,230

1,460

1,220

1,470

1,240

1,360

1,220

1,310

Rotherham

1,100

1,270

1,070

1,380

1,070

1,420

1,010

1,390

1,000

1,400

Sheffield

1,950

1,870

1,900

1,940

1,880

1,960

1,940

1,980

1,900

1,810

Bradford

2,260

2,170

2,240

2,220

2,260

2,240

2,310

2,150

2,340

2,290

Calderdale

900

970

900

990

900

1,040

910

1,060

900

1,080

Kirklees

1,640

1,580

1,670

1,620

1,640

1,660

1,760

1,710

1,730

1,710

Leeds

2,830

2,770

2,860

3,040

2,810

3,180

2,770

3,170

2,790

3,170

Wakefield

1,330

1,350

1,300

1,390

1,280

1,440

1,270

1,440

1,250

1,440

Teaching assistants( 2)

England

82,280

22,260

89,160

25,340

97,910

29,980

99,040

33,490

105,770

35,650

Yorkshire and the Humber

9,850

2,980

10,360

3,320

11,250

3,690

11,300

4,030

11,850

4,020

Kingston-Upon- Hull, City of

340

150

370

190

520

210

510

240

570

240

East Riding of Yorkshire

380

170

470

200

580

230

630

250

680

290

North East Lincolnshire

360

160

380

170

380

190

380

210

390

210

North Lincolnshire

270

120

330

130

340

150

370

160

350

160

North Yorkshire

810

280

950

320

1,060

330

1,180

380

1,260

400

York

240

60

260

70

290

90

330

100

330

110

Barnsley

490

120

480

130

530

120

450

150

490

160

Doncaster

520

160

560

180

650

200

520

200

610

200

Rotherham

540

130

620

170

640

200

560

210

590

220

Sheffield

830

190

880

210

950

280

1,080

330

1,060

250

Bradford

1,260

390

1,230

430

1,280

460

1,220

520

1,270

520

Calderdale

580

130

610

150

630

170

620

160

660

170

Kirklees

770

230

860

260

950

280

1,050

270

1,070

250

Leeds

1,770

520

1,710

540

1,790

590

1,640

640

1,750

590

Wakefield

690

160

650

180

670

190

760

210

770

240

(1) Source: DCSF annual survey of teachers in service and teacher vacancies (618g)
(2) Source: DCSF School Census
Note:
Figures are rounded to the nearest 10.

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