The Numbers: Dixons City Academy

The figures behind the charity which operates a secondary school in Bradford.

£8.14m - The academy's income for the year ending 31 August 2009, compared with £7.53m in the previous year

£19k - The amount of sponsorship that was received by the academy from DSG International, the academy's main sponsor and owner of high-street electrical retailers Dixons and Currys. In the previous year, the academy received £50,000

£126k - Free reserves at year-end. The charity's target was to hold reserves equal to 5 per cent of it annual operating expenditure, or about £390,000

£130k - No employee was paid more than this

1,100 - The number of pupils at the city academy, in line with its target

£1.04m - The deficit for the year on the academy's defined benefit pension scheme, compared with £558,000 in the previous year. The deficit made up 38 per cent of the total liabilities, compared with 26 per cent in the previous year. The charity makes contributions to the pension scheme that equal 14 per cent of staff incomes.

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