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Public Bodies and VAT — [Mr Clive Betts in the Chair] (17 May 2023)

Daniel Zeichner: ...maintained sector and into academisation and that that is another lever that the Government have used the VAT system to create? That has affected institutions such as Hills Road Sixth Form College, Long Road Sixth Form College and Cambridge Regional College.

Written Ministerial Statements — Department for Education: Further Education Update ( 9 Nov 2021)

Alex Burghart: ...provider Local Authority Post 16 education provider Local Authority Aston University Engineering Academy Birmingham Kirklees College Kirklees Barton Peveril Sixth Form College Hampshire Long Road Sixth Form College Cambridgeshire Bedford College Bedford Luminate Education Group Leeds Bilborough Sixth Form College (Better Futures MAT) Nottingham Luton Sixth Form College Luton...

College Funding — [Mr Charles Walker in the Chair] (21 Jan 2019)

Daniel Zeichner: ...colleges adding such huge value to the economy, why are we hitting them so hard? A similar situation can be found at the fantastic sixth-form colleges in Cambridge, Hills Road Sixth Form College and Long Road Sixth Form College, and in the sixth-form provision at Parkside Community College and Netherhall School. All the teachers at those colleges and schools tell me the same thing; indeed,...

[Hywel Williams in the Chair] — Education Funding for 18-year-olds (28 Jan 2014)

Matthew Hancock: ...be delighted to visit Cambridge—I think I have a campaigning visit in the diary. According to our figures, which we are in the middle of confirming with colleges, as a result of the decision, Long Road sixth-form college will have a reduction in funding of 0.7% and Hills Road college of 0.2%. Those figures are to be confirmed with the institutions, but that is the scale in those...

Education Funding (Cambridgeshire) ( 8 Jan 2013)

Julian Huppert: ...number of universities. A particular problem is that sixth-form colleges cannot cross-subsidise between different age groups, because they have only have a narrow intake. A particular issue affects Long Road sixth-form college. There is large growth in sixth-form places, as schools and academies expand into sixth-form provision, benefited by their financial advantages over sixth-form...

Written Answers — Education: Sixth-form Colleges: Capital Investment (22 Mar 2011)

Nick Gibb: ...Holy Cross College Huddersfield New College John Leggott College John Ruskin College Joseph Chamberlain College Josiah Mason Sixth Form College King George V College Leyton Sixth Form College Long Road Sixth Form College Loreto College Luton Sixth Form College New College Pontefract Newham Sixth Form College Notre Dame Sixth Form College Palmers College Peter Symonds College Portsmouth...

Education: Pupils and Young People — Debate (28 Oct 2010)

Lord Lucas: ...academic schools because they offer the education that they want. An example of that is sixth-form education in Cambridge where there are three excellent institutions-Hills Road Sixth Form College, Long Road Sixth Form College and Cambridge Regional College. People choose the one that suits their particular bent. If we get there, it works very well.

Vocational Education ( 5 Nov 2003)

Andrew Lansley: ..., but I am sure that South Cambridgeshire can compete, not least with the presence of Hills Road sixth-form college, which has the highest academic standards of any FE college in the country, and Long Road sixth-form college. Homerton college also makes an important contribution to teacher education, so South Cambridgeshire is certainly up there and bidding against the claims of Bury,...

Orders of the Day — Teaching and Higher Education Bill [Lords] (16 Mar 1998)

Andrew Lansley: ...efforts of organisations involved in innovative and ground-breaking initiatives. I turn to part II of the Bill. During the election campaign, my Labour opponent took pains to tell students at the Long Road sixth-form college in my constituency that it was not Labour policy to impose tuition fees on students. Interestingly, today I received a petition signed by 400 students from that...


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