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Statistics Publication Notice - Education Series: School Estate Statistics 2010

DescriptionSchool estate statistics 2010 covering size, value, condition, capacity, school builds and running costs of the school estate.
ISBN
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateSeptember 29, 2010

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ISBN 978 0 7559 9654 4
ISSN 1479-7569
DPPAS 10731

A Scottish Government Statistics Publication

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Contents

School Estate Statistics 2010
Background Notes

TABLES
Table 1 Number of local authority schools as at 1 April 2010
Table 2 Total gross internal floor area and area within perimeter of schools (m 2) by local authority, April 2010
Table 3 Number of schools which have a shared campus or community services by local authority, April 2010
Table 4.1 Number of schools which were built or refurbished under PFI/ NPD or via direct funding by local authority in financial year 2009-10
Table 4.2 Number of schools which were built or refurbished under PFI/ NPD or via direct funding, 2007-08 to 2009-10
Table 5 Suitability of school accommodation, April 2010
Table 6.1 Condition of all schools and the number of pupils on their school roll, April 2007 - April 2010
Table 6.2 Primary school condition by local authority, April 2010
Table 6.3 Secondary school condition by local authority, April 2010
Table 6.4 Special school condition by local authority, April 2010
Table 7.1 Primary school capacity by local authority, September 2009
Table 7.2 Secondary school capacity by local authority, September 2009
Table 8 Capital & revenue expenditure on the school estate by local authority, 2008-09 (£000s)
Table 9 Utilities cost (£000s) and usage by local authority, 2008-09

CHARTS
Chart 1 Overall condition of primary schools, April 2010
Chart 2 Overall condition of secondary schools, April 2010
Chart 3 Overall condition of special schools, April 2010

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