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Parliament: Number of Deaf Schools and Places

Michael Gove (Shadow Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families, Children, Schools and Families; Surrey Heath, Conservative)

To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families how many (a) maintained and (b) independent schools for deaf and hearing-impaired pupils there were in each year since 1997; and how many places were provided in each category in each such year.

Kevin Brennan (Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department for Children, Schools and Families; Cardiff West, Labour)

The numbers of maintained and independent schools that have statutory provision for deaf and hearing impaired pupils are given in the following tables. The number of places provided in these schools is not collected centrally.
Table A: Maintained schools
First Priority
Second Priority
Third Priority
Total
1997
10
5
0
15
1998
10
5
0
15
1999
10
5
0
15
2000
10
5
0
15
2001
8
4
0
12
2002
7
4
0
11
2003
7
4
0
11
2004
7
7
0
14
2005
7
6
1
14
2006
7
4
1
12
2007
8
4
1
13

Table B : Independent schools

First Priority
Second Priority
Third Priority
Total
1997
13
1
0
14
1998
13
1
0
14
1999
13
1
0
14
2000
13
1
0
14
2001
15
1
0
16
2002
15
1
0
16
2003
'14
1
0
15
2004
14
1
0
15
2005
14
1
1
15
2006
14
5
1
19
2007
14
4
1
18

Source:
Hansard
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