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2002-03( 3) 2003-04( 3) 2004-05( 3) 2005-06( 3)
No. %( 4) No. %( 4) No. %( 4) No. %( 4)

England(5)

9,290

0.12

9,880

0.13

9,400

0.12

9,170

0.12

London Government office region(5)

1,470

0.14

1,590

0.15

1,510

0.14

1,540

0.15

North East Government office region(5)

500

0.12

460

0.11

460

0.12

420

0.11

Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland parliamentary constituency

6

0.04

8

0.06

5

0.04

6

0.05

(1) Includes middle schools as deemed.
(2) Includes maintained and non-maintained special schools.
(3) The number of permanent exclusions expressed as a percentage of the number (headcount) of pupils, excluding dually registered pupils.
(4) Figures are as confirmed by local authorities in the data checking exercise. Figures at parliamentary constituency level are based on data as reported by schools.
(5) Numbers have been rounded to the nearest 10.
Source:
School Census

Maintained primary, secondary and all special schools( 1,2) : number and percentage of permanently excluded pupils, Tees Valley, 1997-98 to 2005-06
1997-98 1998-99 1999-2000 2000-01( 3) 2001-02( 3)
No. % No. % No. % No. % No. %

Tees Valley

164

0.14

111

0.09

109

0.09

96

0.08

108

0.09

841

Darlington

29

0.19

26

0.17

27

0.17

23

0.15

7

0.04

805

Hartlepool

34

0.20

17

0.10

15

0.09

22

0.13

32

0.19

806

Middlesbrough

23

009

17

0.07

3

0.01

7

0.03

13

0.05

807

Redcar and Cleveland

35

0.13

26

0.10

37

0.14

29

0.11

33

0 13

808

Stockton-on-Tees

43

0.13

25

0.07

27

0.08

15

0.05

23

0.07


2002-03( 3) 2003-04( 3) 2004-05( 3) 2005-06( 3)
No. % No. % No. % No. %

Tees Valley

113

0.10

135

0.12

120

0.11

125

0.12

841

Darlington

9

0.06

22

0.14

34

0.22

44

0.29

805

Hartlepool

40

024

44

0.27

22

0 14

22

0.14

806

Middlesbrough

9

0.04

18

0.09

19

0.09

20

0.10

807

Redcar and Cleveland

32

0.13

33

0.13

24

0.10

20

0.09

808

Stockton-on-Tees

23

0.07

18

0.06

21

0.07

19

0.06

(1) Includes middle schools as deemed.
(2) Includes maintained arid non-maintained special schools.
(3) Figures are as confirmed by local authorities via the data checking exercise.
(4) The number of permanent exclusions expressed as a percentage of the number (headcount) of pupils, excluding dually registered pupils.
Source:
School Census

Pupils: Absenteeism

Mr. Graham Stuart: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many cases of unauthorised absence by pupils for 10 consecutive school days or more there were in each local authority area in each of the last five years; and if he will make a statement. [206228]

Kevin Brennan: The requested information is not collected centrally.

Schools: Carbon Emissions

Sir Peter Soulsby: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what steps he plans to take to ensure that all new school buildings are zero-carbon by 2016. [205971]

Kevin Brennan: We announced in December 2007 an ambition for all new school buildings to be zero carbon by 2016. A taskforce has been appointed to advise on how to achieve this ambition. The taskforce will develop a roadmap to zero carbon, setting targets and milestones to 2016.

We are taking action now while we work towards zero carbon by setting an immediate requirement for new school buildings to reduce carbon emissions by 60 per cent.

Schools: Health Education

Sarah Teather: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what proportion of primary schools in each London borough have achieved Healthy Schools status. [205777]

Jim Knight: The total proportion of London primary schools that have achieved National Healthy Schools Status is now 63 per cent. The following table gives a breakdown of schools achieving National Healthy Schools Status for each London borough as provided by each local programme.


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National Healthy Schools Programme figures as at 13 May 2008
Local authority Total number of schools that have achieved National Healthy Schools Status Total number of primary schools Percentage of schools that have achieved National Healthy schools Status

Kingston-upon-Thames

26

36

72

Richmond-upon-Thames

30

40

75

Harrow

14

39

36

Barking and Dagenham

29

49

59

Sutton

30

41

73

Kensington and Chelsea

19

26

73

Hounslow

32

61

52

Westminster

19

40

48

Havering

49

64

77

Hammersmith and Fulham

33

35

94

Redbridge

19

54

35

Hillingdon

33

65

51

Islington

31

44

70

Haringey

44

63

70

Camden

33

41

80

Brent

40

61

66

Merton

26

43

60

Waltham Forest

37

54

69

Bexley

59

59

100

Wandsworth

18

56

32

Croydon

47

89

53

Enfield

59

66

89

Hackney

34

53

64

Ealing

47

64

73

Bromley

46

75

61

Lambeth

38

53

72

Newham

39

67

58

Lewisham

41

71

58

Tower Hamlets

44

69

64

Greenwich

46

67

69

Barnet

50

87

57

Southwark

52

73

71

Total for London

911

1,438

63


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