HC Deb 24 July 2000 vol 354 cc437-8W
Ms Keeble

To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Employment if he will list(a) the schools in Northampton, North which have received capital grants and (b) the value of grant in each case. [131947]

Jacqui Smith

The table shows the schools in Northampton, North constituency which have benefited from allocations of New Deal for Schools grant. All schools in the constituency will have benefited from Devolved Formula Capital in 2000–01, which is allocated by the local education authority.

New Deal for schools grant allocations to schools in Northampton, North constituency
School Total grant allocated under NDS (£)
Kingsthorpe Community 409,457
Northampton School for Girls 60,000
Stimpson Avenue Lower School and Nursery 13,000
Thomas Becket RC Upper School 20,000
Trinity School 60,000
Kings Heath Lower School and Nursery 10,000
Booth Lower School 20,000
Gladstone Lower School 22,000
Weston Favell Upper School 50,000
St. Mary's RC Middle 53,500
Emmanuel C. of E. Middle 21,400
St. Gregory's Lower 14,980
Blackthorn Middle 20,000
Kingsthorpe Middle 90,000
Gladstone Lower 85,000
Package Bids1 1,188,700
Cedar Road Lower, Boothville Middle,
Sunnyside Lower, Booth Lower, Kings Heath
Lower, Spencer Middle, Kingsley Lower,
Kingsthorpe Middle Community, Trinity School,
Booth Lower, Emmanuel Church of England
Voluntary Aided Middle, Whitehills Lower, and the Camrose Centre2 2,226,114
Total 4,364,151
1 A total of £1,888,700 was awarded for 10 package projects in NDS round three. Details of schools to which funding was allocated are held by Northamptonshire local education authority.
2 The schools listed were included in package projects totalling £2,226,114 in NDS round four. Details of allocations for individual schools are held by Northamptonshire local education authority.