Dear Department for Education,
Please can I request the name, email address, college name and college address of for every Principal of further education colleges in England?
Could you supply this information in a excel spreadsheet please.
Dear Mr Begum
Thank you for your recent enquiry. A reply will be sent to you as soon as possible. For information; the departmental standard for correspondence received is that responses should be sent within 20 working days as you are requesting information under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. Your correspondence has been allocated reference number 2014/0026922
Department for Education
Ministerial and Public Communications Division
Tel: 0370 000 2288
Dear Mr Begum,
Thank you for your email dated 27 March 2014 about Edubase.
You requested: “Please can I request the name, email address, college name and college
address of for every Principal of further education colleges in England? Could you supply
this information in a excel spreadsheet please.”
I have dealt with your request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 and a copy of the
information as held by the Department as at 4^th April 2014 is attached.
I have prepared for you on an Excel spreadsheet –
An extract of all establishments in England that are listed on EduBase as having a phase of
education of “Further Education”, with addresses, Head Teacher details, school email
addresses and telephone number where available.
At present the Department does not hold individual Head Teacher or school staff email
information, and for this reason we have supplied you with the school email address where
The extract can be sorted to your own requirements by Phase of Education (primary, secondary
etc.) or Type of Establishment (academy, free school, community school, etc.). Further
information on these and other terms used within this extract can be found in the EduBase
As part of the data extract we have included the school Unique Reference Number (URN) so
that if you require further information on any particular school record please go to
www.education.gov.uk/edubase where you will be able to view more information.
If you have any further issues or queries please do not hesitate to contact the EduBase
helpdesk using the feedback form: http://www.education.gov.uk/edubase/feed...
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