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Supply and Appropriation (Anticipation and Adjustments) Act 2017

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Section 5

SCHEDULE 2APPROPRIATION OF EXCESSES FOR FINANCIAL YEAR 2015-16

1(1)In this Schedule, where an asterisk (*) appears at the beginning of any description of matters to which expenditure may relate, or from which income may arise, the description is a description which was not included in the Schedule to the Supply and Appropriation (Main Estimates) Act 2015 as originally enacted.

(2)Text which follows an asterisk (*) was added by Schedule 1 to the Supply and Appropriation (Anticipation and Adjustments) Act 2016.

Department for Education, 2015-16

Department for Education

EstimateNet resources authorised for current purposesNet resources authorised for capital purposesNet Cash Requirement
(£)(£)(£)
Department for Education
Departmental Expenditure Limit0115,855,000
Annually Managed Expenditure175,116,0000
Non-budget Expenditure0
Net Cash Requirement0
Total175,116,000115,855,0000

Departmental Expenditure Limit

Expenditure arising from:

  • Capital, recurrent payments and loans and associated non-cash items in support of the Department's objectives for primary, secondary, tertiary and international education; children's services, including Early Years, Sure Start and safeguarding; Young Peoples services, welfare and safeguarding; curriculum; qualifications and the inspection regime; workforce development and reform; and pension costs for voluntary services overseas (VSO) participants. Expenditure covers both the Department itself, its Executive Agencies and Arm's Length Bodies (ALBs), the Children's Commissioner, Aggregator plc and expenditure associated with Academy activities; together with residual costs from ALBs being closed; loans to educational establishments. Expenditure also covers administration costs and associated non-cash items, for the Department, its Executive Agencies, its ALBs, including academies. The expenditure also includes the cost of administering the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (England and Wales).

  • * The purchase and development of land and buildings in support of the academies and free schools programme;

  • expenditure associated with national and international gender and wider equalities policy, information, support and advice; lease interest payable; Equalities and Human Rights Commission.

Income arising from:

  • Contributions towards and receipts from the three National Executives, other Government Departments and other sources (including the EC) in connection with a range of educational, training, youth support, children and family programmes and initiatives in UK and overseas; Early Intervention Foundation receipts. Income associated with Aggregator plc and Academy activities. Income also derives from sales of products and publications; rent, sales receipts and profits from surplus Departmental or former ALB properties, equipment or other assets (including some repayment of proceeds of sale), rental income from properties at the European School at Culham and repayments of grant overpaid in previous years. Receipts associated with the closure of departmental ALBs. General administration receipts, recoveries from services provided to Sure Start, international receipts, Schools Standards Fund receipts and Music Manifesto Champion; the reimbursement of administration costs by the Teachers’ Pension Scheme (England and Wales); and recovery of salaries and associated costs for seconded staff.

  • * Property rental income from departmental properties and from its ALBs, including academies, free schools and the European School at Culham; sales receipts and rental income streams from sites originally purchased for academies and free schools that are not required by the school.

Annually Managed Expenditure

Expenditure arising from:

  • Take up and maintenance of Departmental, Executive Agencies and ALB's provisions and associated non-cash items including: impairments, tax and pension costs for the Department, Executive Agencies, and its ALBs including academies.

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