HC Deb 10 April 1907 vol 172 cc205-6
MR. AKMITAGE (Leeds, Central)

To ask the President of the Board of Education if he will state the number of places provided in council schools on 31st December, 1906, or the nearest date for which the information is available; the number of children on the register at the same date; the number of average attendances; and if he will give the like information with regard to non-provided schools.

(Answered by Mr McKenna.) Accommodation on the 31st July, 1906:—

Council schools 3,520,093
Voluntary schools 3,509,914

coroner's inquest, or, in Scotland, of an inquiry by the procurator fiscal.

Average attendance for the statistical year ending 31st July, 1906:—

Council schools 2,812,570
Voluntary schools 2,490,525

No later figures than those given above are available.