§ Mr. Dismore
To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Employment if he will list the schools1058W in Hendon which have received capital grants for improvements or repairs since May 1997, stating the amounts concerned in each case. 
§ Jacqui Smith
The following tables show the schools in the Hendon constituency which have benefited from allocations of New Deal for Schools grant. All schools in the constituency will have benefited in 2000–01 from their share of Devolved Formula Capital totalling £1,052,000, which is allocated by the local education authority. In addition, capital allocations were made through the annual capital round to local education authorities for the benefit of schools.
New Deal for Schools grant allocations to schools in the Hendon constituency £ School Total grant allocation under NDS Copthall Secondary 642,000 Colindale JMI 50,000 Deansbrook Junior 1,388,500 Total 2,080,000
1. In addition to the above, Broadfields Junior and St. Joseph's RC Infant schools were included in an overall allocation of £97,000 made to six schools in phase 1 of New Deal for Schools. Deals of the funding allocated to each school are held by Barnet local education authority.
2. In addition to the above, Broadfields Junior, St. Mary's Junior and St. John's Infants schools were included in a package of four schools totalling £197,581 in phase 2 of New Deal for Schools. Details of the funding allocated to each school are held by Barnet local education authority.
Credit approvals issued to Barnet local education authority through the annual capital round £000 Barnet 1997–98 948 1998–99 2,853 1999–2000 1,462 2000–01 1,030 Total 6,293