Mr. Anthony D. Wright
To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how much public money was spent per pupil in the Great Yarmouth constituency in each year since 1997. 1000W
4The number of permanent exclusions expressed as a percentage of the number (headcount) of pupils, excluding dually registered pupils.
5Less than 5.
Annual Schools Census
§ Mr. Love
To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills how many(a) primary and (b) secondary pupils on average were (i) permanently excluded from school and (ii) unable to access a place in school in each of the last five years in (A) the London borough of Enfield, (B) Inner London and (C) England; and if he will make a statement. 
§ Mr. Ivan Lewis
Requested information on the number and percentage of excluded pupils is given in the tables.
§ Mr. Miliband
The information requested is submitted to the Department according to local education authority areas rather than constituency level. The figures provided are for Norfolk LEA and are shown in the following table:
Net current expenditure (after recharges) per pupil Total 1997–98 2,380 1998–99 2,470 1999–2000 2,570 2000–01 2,850 2001–02 3,180 2002–03 3,400
Notes:1. Net current expenditure (NCE) includes expenditure within schools and also that incurred centrally by the LEA. This is divided by the number of pupils educated in mainstream schools to calculate a unit cost.2. Section 52 is collected at local authority level, not constituency level, so the figures provided are for Norfolk LEA.3. 1999–2000 figures reflect the return of GM schools to local authority maintenance.4. The outturn 2002–03 tables captured the data in a fundamentally different way to the previous years. Categories were aligned with the Consistent Financial Reporting framework and the spending by LEAs was no longer split by school sector. This change in calculation is identified by the dotted line. The 2002–03 figure is calculated by taking all the LEA expenditure, excluding CERA and Youth and Community, and dividing it by the FTE pupil numbers in maintained pre-primary, primary, secondary and special schools.5. Data as reported by Norfolk LEA as at 22 July 2004.6. Figures are reported in Cash Terms and are rounded to the nearest £10.7. The financial data a#e taken from Norfolk LEAs' Section 52 Outturn Statement submitted to the DfES from 1999–2000 onwards and the ODPM's ROI statement previously. 2002–03 data remains provisional and is subject to change by the LEA.8. Pupil data are drawn from the Annual Schools Census adjusted to be on a financial year basis.