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Mr. Hoban: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method rating is of each school that has opened so far under the (a) Academies Programme and (b) Building Schools for the Future programme. 
Jim Knight: The information required to provide a full response to this question is not held centrally. However, our records show that the numbers of schools that have registered for BREEAM Schools certification in the United Kingdom as at 1 October 2007 is 601 schools. 20 schools have now completed the assessment process: six schools were rated as very good, 11 were rated good and three rated at pass level.
Mr. Hoban: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families which schools (a) have closed and (b) are planned to close to be replaced with new schools under the (i) Building Schools for the Future programme and (ii) Academies programme. 
South Luton; Archbishop Michael Ramsey Technology College; George Salter High; Shireland Language College; Halyard High; St. David and St. Katherine CofE High School; Ducie High School; Willesden High School; Djanogly City Technology College and Forest School; TP Riley School;) Brackenhoe Comprehensive and Coulby Newham Schools; Warwick Park School; Edgware School; Canon Williamson CofE School; Our Ladys Catholic High School; Dixons City Technology College; Haberdashers Askes Hatcham College; Thorne Grammar School; Macmillan City Technology College; Agnes Stewart and Braim Wood; Landau Forte City Technology College; Whitesmore School; Thamesmead Community College;) Keldholme and Langbaurgh schools; St. George Community College; Compton Sports College; Evelyns Community School; Lings Upper School; Ramsgate School; St. Pauls RC VA; John Penrose School; Malory School; Aylwin Girls School; Burlington Danes; Waltheof School; Myrtle Springs; Elmhirst School; Anfield and Breckfield Schools; Waverley Girls School; Thamesbridge Community College; Mitcham Vale; McEntee; North Westminster Community School; Tamworth Manor High School; Gateway Community College; Madeley Court; Stanley Technical High School for Boys; Harris City Technology College; Bradford Cathedral Community College; St. Mary Magdalene Primary School; St. Josephs Academy and Our Lady of Lourdes Primary School; the DT City Technology College; Speedwell; Bacons City Technology College; Queen Elizabeth School; William Hulmes Grammar School; Belvedere Girls School; Avondale High School;
Southfields Infants School and Newry Junior School; Hereward Community College, Deacons School and John Mansfield School; Leigh City Technology College; The Channel School; Oldborough Manor and Senacre Technology College; Cornwallis; Southlands; Headlands; Montgomery; Wintringham School; Drayton; Havelock; Eastbourne Comprehensive School; The Immingham School; John Cabot City Technology College; and Walworth School.
Pennywell School and Quarry View School; Castle View School; Hylton Red House; Minster College, St.. Georges CofE Middle, Danley Middle and Cheyne Middle schools; Accrington Moorhead; Abraham Darby; Stamford High and Hartshead College; Hengrove Community Arts College; Hope High; High Ridge School; Littlemoss High Boys; Droylsden School Mathematics and Computing School for Girls; Parklands High School; Brookway; Heartlands School; Shenley Court; Harborne Hill School; River Leen and Henry Mellish; William Sharp School; North Manchester Boys and North Manchester Girls; Plant Hill High School; Shirebrook School; St. Albans; City of Lincoln; Hereford Waldorf School; Darwen Moorland High School; Sherwood Hall School and Girls School; Sixth Form Centre; Ehenside and Wyndham Schools; Geoffrey Chaucer Technology College and Joseph Lancaster Primary School; North Cumbria Technology College and St. Aidans School; Wyebridge Sports College; Joseph Ruston Technology College; Chalvedon and Barstable Schools; Heartsease High School; Islington Green; Peers School Specialist Technology College; Priory LSST; Palmer High School; Rhodesway School; Withins School; Willingsworth; Chalvedon and Barstable Schools; South Beach First School; Kings Manor Community College; Castledown School; Whitby High School; Cheshire Oaks High School and Ellesmere Port School; Littlehampton Community School; Waverley Boys; Boundstone Community College; The Skinners Company School for Girls; Hirst High School; St. Aelreds College, and Newton-le-Willows High; Sidney Stringer; West Gate Community College; Langleywood; Dartmouth High School; Withywood Community School; Woodway Park School and Community College; Corby Community College; and the Sir Frank Markham School.
Bristol Cathedral School; Brooke Weston City Technology College; The Kinghurst City Technology College; and Colstons Girls School.
As part of the BSF programme, we understand that the following schools in Waves 1-4 of the programme (mainstream, special and pupil referral units) are being considered for closure by local authorities, or have formally been proposed for closure. This includes schools which are amalgamating to form a new school or which are closing and being rebuilt on a new site. Final decisions on many of these schools have yet to be made, and closure proposals may still be subject to local consultation.
Edward Sheerien School; Holgate School and Sports College; The Foulstone School; Willowgarth High School; The Kingstone School; Wombwell High; Royston High; Priory School and Sports College; Fernhurst Secondary SEBD School; Beardwood High School; Braithwaite Special School; Chapel Grange School; Haycliffe School; Thom Park; Bolling Special School; Ickburgh School; Horizon School; Stormont House School; Crusoe House School; Daniel House PRU; Moselle School; William C Harvey School; The Heathcote School; Ruffwood School; Knowsley Hey School; Brookfield High School; Halewood College; Higher Side Community
Comprehensive School; Bowring Community Sports College; Prescot School; St. Edmund of Canterbury Catholic High School; St. Thomas Becket Catholic High School; St. Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High School; All Saints Catholic High School; Nelson Maries Hill Centre; Burnley Ivy Bank High; Brierfield Mansfield High School; Burnley Towneley High School; Burnley Walshaw High School; Burnley Barden High School; Gawthorpe High School; Nelson Walton High School; Nelson Edge End High School; Burnley Habergham High School; St. Hildas Roman Catholic Girls High School; Burnley St. Theodore's Catholic Sports College; Burnley Calder View Special School; Burnley Primrose Hill School; Burnley Westway School; Gibfield School; Nelson Townhouse School; West Leeds High School; Wortley High School; Hall Garth Community Arts College; King's Manor School; The Newlands Catholic School FCJ; St. Davids Roman Catholic Technology College; South Leys Business and Enterprise College; Thomas Sumpter School; Fairham Community College; Haywood School; Shepherd School; Aspley Wood School; Nethergate School; Balderstone Technology College; Heywood Community High School; Moorside High School; The Clifton Centre; The Grosvenor Centre; The Broadwalk PRU; Swinton High School; Langley High School; East Hill Secondary School; Oakes Park School; Merstone School; Forest Oak School; Brinkburn School; Mitchell High School; Usworth School; Two Trees Sports College; Egerton Park Arts College; Warwick School for Boys; and Aveling Park School.
Mr. Hoban: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families pursuant to the answer of 3 September 2007, Official Report, column 1704W, on the Building Schools for the Future programme: private finance initiative (PFI), if he will list the 30 new build schools under construction; what the capacity is of each new school in pupil numbers; and what the total cost is of the construction of each school, in capital funding allocated or total cost over the lifetime of the PFI contract for the construction element. 
Jim Knight: Since the answer of 3 September 2007, Official Report, column 1704W, the number of new build schools under construction or undergoing site preparation works has increased to 36. These are listed in the following table.
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