This three pie charts show the changes in annual spending by a particular UK school in 1981, 1991 and 2001.
Writing Task 1
These pie charts illustrate the total outcome of school in particular sections in 1981, 1991 and 2001. Overall, the most of school fund was used for teachers salaries while the least was used for insurance during these periods.
The proportion of teacher salaries stood at 40% in 1981. There had been an incline of 10 percent In 1991 and if it sector compares with the same sector in other years, this year had the greatest percentage. Then, it followed by a slight decrease to 45 percent in 2001. The same fluctuation also happened in resources category which stood at 15 percent in 1981. After that, it reached the peaked at one-fifth in 1991 and dropped slightly to 9% in 2001.
In 1981, there was 28% of school spending in other worker salaries. It hits the bottomed at 15% in 2001. School outcome for furniture and equipment had the least proportion only 5% in 1991. Lastly, for insurance sector just spent a little number during three year periods.