The Numbers: Cambridge Centre for Sixth Form Studies

The figures behind the charitable sixth form college

Cambridge Centre for Sixth Form Studies
Cambridge Centre for Sixth Form Studies

£4.67m - The charity's income for the year ending 31 August 2010, compared with £4.91m in the previous year. The charity recorded a deficit of £122,000 in the year, despite its budget predicting a £145,000 surplus

£3.18m - The charity's income from tuition fees, its main source of income

£1.23m - Unrestricted funds at year-end, equal to roughly three months' expenditure. The charity did not give a target for its reserves in its accounts

£80k - No employee was paid more than this

£1.69m - The amount the charity spent on new premises at Bene't Place, including the cost of purchase and refurbishment

211 - Number of students enrolled at peak periods, of whom 134 were boarders. Students and staff came from more than 40 different countries

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