Department of the Legislative Assembly, Northern Territory Government

Education Department spending in community schools - Aputula (Finke)

WRITTEN QUESTIONS
9th Assembly



17/12/2003

94. Education Department spending in community schools - Aputula (Finke)

Mr Elferink to MINISTER for Employment, Education and Training


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1. What is the Education Department proposing to spend in the current financial year on Minor New Works; Wages/Overtime; General costs including Maintenance; and Miscellaneous Expenditure on schools in Aputula (Finke).

2. Please include those schools that are feeder schools from Major Schools such as Kulpitara being a school in the Hermannsburg district.

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Answered on 08/03/2004

As the 2003-04 financial year has not yet concluded, expenditure for the current financial year is not yet available, however, it is anticipated that it will be similar to that of 2002-03.

The Department of Employment, Education and Training spent $413,000 on Finke School (Aputula) during the 2002-03 financial year.

Total expenditure for the period was comprised of:

Item
$000
Employee Expenses
329
Operational Expenses
39
Repairs & Maintenance
18
Other
21
Grants and Subsidies
45
Total
413
*Depreciation not included in the above figures.

The Department of Employment, Education and Training spent $197,000 on Finke School (Aputula) during the period 1 July 2003 to 31 December 2003.



Total expenditure for the period was comprised of:

Item$000
Employee Expenses
173
Operational Expenses
12
Repairs & Maintenance
0
Other
12
Grants and Subsidies
12
Total
197
*Depreciation not included in the above figures.

    Please note the following points:
    1. The expenditure listed above includes all funding for homeland centres.
    2. The amounts provided are derived from DEET’s total budget which includes funding from external sources.
    3. The expenditure above does not include funding to Group School Management Council’s for cluster initiatives.
    Last updated: 04 Aug 2016