Schools: Finance:Written question - 219278

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Asked by Frank Dobson
(Holborn and St Pancras)
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Asked on: 17 December 2014
Department for Education
Schools: Finance
Commons
To ask the Secretary of State for Education, what estimate she has made of reserves held by local authority maintained schools in each year since 2006-07.
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Answered by: Mr David Laws
Answered on: 05 January 2015

All local authority maintained schools report their balances to the Department for Education as part of their annual Consistent Financial Reporting returns. Some schools have deficit balances; others have surpluses. The table below shows total deficits and surpluses and the net position for all local authority maintained schools for each financial year from 2006-07 to 2013-14.

Period

Total deficit (£)

Total surplus (£)

Net Reserves (£)

2006-07

(157,355,905)

1,827,554,781

1,670,198,876

2007-08

(120,094,299)

2,038,862,929

1,918,768,630

2008-09

(139,185,467)

1,921,159,168

1,781,973,701

2009-10

(161,418,942)

1,826,696,816

1,665,277,874

2010-11

(143,478,858)

2,098,926,882

1,955,448,024

2011-12

(109,936,775)

2,433,469,804

2,323,533,029

2012-13

(81,190,825)

2,306,144,774

2,224,953,949

2013-14

(75,947,088)

2,260,316,153

2,184,369,065

Source: Consistent Financial Reporting survey

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