Mr. Gareth R. Thomas
To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Employment if he will list the Standards Fund grants to schools in the Harrow, West constituency in each year since May 1997. 
§ Ms Estelle Morris
This information cannot be provided for an individual constituency, but the following table shows the Standards Fund grants made to Harrow local education authority for 1997–98, 1998–99, 1999–2000 and 2000–01. The figures include all grants paid through the Standards Fund payment system excluding New Deal for Schools capital, which is not part of the Standards Fund programme. All figures include both Government and local authority contributions. The amount actually paid to schools will depend on local expenditure decisions by schools and the local authority.
Standards Fund: Grants to Harrow local education authority £ Grant name Expenditure 1997–98 School Effectiveness 456,200 National Curriculum Assessment 120,674 Primary Teachers' Subject Knowledge 61,895 Special Education Needs 55,671 Qualifications 16,000 Bilingual Pupils 21,694 Training for Careers Teachers 20,093 Youth Service 5,774 National Professional Qualification for Headship 16,924 School Security 70,900 Baseline Assessment 27,500 Primary (Key Stage 2) Performance Tables 1,500 Books for Schools 65,758 Total 940,583 1998–99 School Effectiveness 506,963 School Leadership 33,223 Induction for Newly-qualified Teachers 16,782 Early Years Training and Development 31,555 Assessment 136,147 National Literacy Strategy—Primary 212,825 Summer Literacy Schools 9,988 Special Educational Needs 64,030 Qualifications 23,110 Drug Prevention 30,254 Youth Service 7,874 School Security 71,166 National Grid for Learning 346,914 Books for Schools 74,344 Year 6 Literacy and Numeracy Booster Classes 43,410 Numeracy Consultants and Leading Maths Teachers 1,650 SEN Portable CD-ROM Systems 24,000 Total 1,634,235
Standards Fund: Grants to Harrow local education authority £ Grant name Expenditure 1999–2000 Class Size Initiative (Revenue) 58,949 School Improvement 787,471 School Leadership 71,000 Early Years Training and Development: Four-year-olds 26,780 National Literacy Strategy—Primary 175,581 Summer Literacy Schools and Literacy at Key Stage 3 49,455 National Numeracy Strategy—Primary 145,000 Summer Numeracy Schools 10,000 Family Literacy 22,692 Lifelong Learning Development Plans 49,131 Qualifications 8,749 Special Educational Needs 89,923 Social Inclusion: Pupil Support 158,947 Drug Prevention 32,996 Youth Service 8,724 National Grid for Learning 448,152 School Security 70,828 Beacon Schools 18,000 Travellers and Displaced Persons 99,179 Protecting Local Education Authority Music Services 158,000 Ethnic Minority Achievements 863,751 Access Fund for Post-16 Pupils in Schools 4,657 Year 6 Literacy and Numeracy Booster Classes 125,069 School Asset Management Plans (AMPs) 24,030 Computer Systems for Chairs of Education 2,000 Education and Health Partnerships 18,693 Working Environment Fund 45,953 Administrative Support in Small Schools 2,968 Laptops for Heads of Small Primary and Special Schools 13,370 Total 3,590,048 2000–01 Class Size Initiative (Revenue) 270,000 Schools Improvement 903,137 School Leadership 111,480 Qualifications 16,699 New National Curriculum 59,900 Advanced Skills Teachers (AST): National Programme 42,000 Beacon Schools. 49,000 Early Years Training and Development 40,186 National Literacy Strategy-Primary 134,022 National Numeracy Strategy-Primary 163,372 National Numeracy Strategy: Intensive Training 23,930 Summer Literacy and Numeracy Schools and Literacy and Numeracy 63,284 Year 6 Literacy and Numeracy Booster Classes 126,819 Family Literacy and Numeracy 30,800 Study Support 42,839 Ethnic Minority Pupils and Traveller Achievement 1,214,881 Special Educational Needs: Training/Parent Partnerships 130,617 Social Inclusion, Drugs and Youth 381,062 Access Fund for Post-16 Pupils in Schools 5,000 Secondary School Learning Support Units (Capital) 33,764 Secondary School Learning Support Units (Recurrent) 12,662 National Grid for Learning 552,522 School Security 73,408 Protecting Local Authority Music Services 158,000 Lifelong Learning Development Plans 98,099 Education and Health Partnerships 27,369 Support for Parent Governor Representatives 1,200 Teaching Assistants 465,259 Small School Support Fund 10,854 Working Environment Fund 100,981 Performance Management Training 67,648 Support for Performance Management Training 67,648 Administrative Support for Small Schools 33,704 Formula Capital for Schools 543,234 School Laboratories for the 21st Century 111,461 Additional Devolved Formula Capital 477,999 Seed Capital Challenge 138,005
Standards Fund: Grants to Harrow local education authority £ Grant name Expenditure Best Practice Research Scholarships 2,336 Summer Schools for Gifted and Talented Pupils 18,000 Literacy and Numeracy Strategies 108,043 Total 6,911,224
1.The expenditure figures are based for the first three years on audited outturn statements from Harrow.
2.The figures for 2000–01 are the total grant expected to be paid to Harrow this financial year.
3.All figures include both Government and local authority contributions.
Mr. Gareth R. Thomas
To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Employment if he will list the direct grants for schools in the Harrow, West constituency in(a) 1999–2000, (b) 2000–01, (c) 2001–02 and (d) 2002–03. 
§ Ms Estelle Morris
The following table shows the School Standards Grant payable for each school in the 2000–01 financial year. No grant was paid in 1999–2000. In 2001–02 the amounts per school will be substantially increased so that they range from £ 6,000 to £ 70,000 per school, but it is not yet possible to say what individual school entitlements will be. In 2002–03, the amounts payable will be further increased by 2.75 per cent.
School Standards Grant 2000–01 Name of school Amount (£) Pinner Wood First School 9,000 Pinner Wood Middle School 9,000 Roxeth Nursery, First and Middle School 9,000 Grimsdyke First and Middle School 9,000 Cannon Lane Middle School 9,000 Pinner Park Middle School 9,000 Roxbourne Middle School 9,000 Longfield Middle School 9,000 West Lodge Middle School 9,000 Grant Middle School 9,000 Roxeth Manor Middle School 9,000 Cannon Lane First School 9,000 Longfield First School 9,000 Pinner Park First School 9,000 Roxbourne First School 9,000 West Lodge First School 9,000 Grange First School 9,000 Roxeth Manor First School 9,000 Earlsmead First and Middle School 9,000 Welldon Park First School 9,000 Welldon Park Middle School 9,000 Vaughan First and Middle School 9,000 St. Teresa's RC First and Middle School 9,000 St. John Fisher RC First and Middle School 9,000 St. George's First and Middle School 9,000 The Moriah Jewish Day School 9,000 Hatch End High School 50,000 Nower Hill High School 40,000 Whitmore High School 40,000 Rooks Heath High School 40,000 Shaftesbury High School 15,000 Alexandra School 15,000