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School funding allocations 2020-21

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Rt Hon Gavin Williamson - Education Secretary

School funding allocations

New figures published today (11 October), show how much money is being allocated to schools and local authorities in England next year – with every school getting more money for every child.

The Education Secretary was this morning interviewed by Good Morning Britain, Radio 4 Today, BBC Breakfast, Sky Sunrise, LBC and Talk Radio. He was clear that next year, every secondary school will receive a minimum of £5,000 per pupil, and every primary school will be able to receive a minimum of £4,000 from 2021-22. The biggest increases will go to the schools that need it most.

This follows the Prime Minister’s announcement in August that the budget for schools and high needs would be increased by a total of over £14 billion over three years, rising to £52.2 billion by 2022-23.

During the media interviews, the Education Secretary was asked why schools will not receive the uplift in funding until next year. This is because school budgets for the current financial year were set at the last spending review.

We have published provisional allocations today based on a £2.6bn increase in funding next year, and schools will receive final budgets from local authorities early next year. We will confirm how the funding for the subsequent two years will be allocated in due course.

This will give schools more certainty over their budgets, allowing them to plan ahead to deliver a world-class education.

Secretary of State for Education Gavin Williamson said:

Our schools do a brilliant job and I want parents and teachers to know that we’ve listened to them and are investing in our children’s futures. That’s why this Government has announced the biggest funding boost for schools in a decade which will give every school more money for every child - with the biggest increases going to the schools that need it most.

I recognise the pressures schools have faced and want them and parents to be safe in the knowledge that all children can get the top-quality education they deserve in classrooms across the country. Our continuing investment in education, coupled with a bold reform agenda and the work of Ofsted will supercharge the ongoing rise in school standards.

PROVISIONAL SCHOOLS NATIONAL FUNDING FORMULA 2020-21:

LOCAL AUTHORITY AND REGIONAL ALLOCATIONS

Region
(alphabetical order)

LA name
(alphabetical order within region)

Provisional funding in 2020-21 (cash)

 

*rounded to nearest £100k

Provisional total cash increase in 2020-21 compared to 2019-20

*rounded to nearest £100k

Provisional funding in 2020-21

(per pupil)

Provisional percentage change in 2020-21 compared to 2019-20 NFF

(per pupil)

EAST MIDLANDS REGION£2.99bn£175.9m£4,6955.03%
East MidlandsDerby£185.7m£13.1m£4,7986.89%
East MidlandsDerbyshire£461.2m£26.3m£4,7215.43%
East MidlandsLeicester£257.3m£16.7m£4,9074.63%
East MidlandsLeicestershire£409.7m£23.2m£4,4814.58%
East MidlandsLincolnshire£448.2m£28.2m£4,6885.72%
East MidlandsNorthamptonshire£490.5m£30.7m£4,6215.91%
East MidlandsNottingham£214.0m£7.9m£5,2102.05%
East MidlandsNottinghamshire£499.3m£28.5m£4,6014.36%
East MidlandsRutland£24.4m£1.3m£4,5454.70%
EAST OF ENGLAND REGION£3.84bn£183.8m£4,6364.45%
East of EnglandBedford Borough£120.0m£8.6m£4,7158.49%
East of EnglandCambridgeshire£362.7m£17.9m£4,5165.07%
East of EnglandCentral Bedfordshire£177.3m£10.1m£4,5354.11%
East of EnglandEssex£889.2m£46.9m£4,5924.88%
East of EnglandHertfordshire£777.3m£36.6m£4,6354.27%
East of EnglandLuton£178.3m£3.6m£4,8782.40%
East of EnglandNorfolk£496.2m£19.4m£4,7203.82%
East of EnglandPeterborough£165.7m£7.3m£4,8203.99%
East of EnglandSouthend-on-Sea£121.0m£4.3m£4,6592.57%
East of EnglandSuffolk£427.3m£21.3m£4,6044.62%
East of EnglandThurrock£123.1m£7.8m£4,5975.01%
LONDON REGION£6.20bn£197.6m£5,5193.20%
LondonBarking and Dagenham£218.9m£7.2m£5,6622.81%
LondonBarnet£259.9m£9.3m£5,1233.08%
LondonBexley£186.1m£8.2m£4,8184.39%
LondonBrent£231.3m£3.0m£5,5302.31%
LondonBromley£212.7m£7.6m£4,7573.12%
LondonCamden£118.8m£0.8m£6,3492.21%
LondonCroydon£259.8m£15.1m£5,0906.99%
LondonEaling£246.2m£7.2m£5,3253.71%
LondonEnfield£268.0m£10.3m£5,2704.45%
LondonGreenwich£223.2m£8.9m£5,8732.72%
LondonHackney£208.7m£2.8m£6,8792.17%
LondonHammersmith and Fulham£103.5m£1.7m£6,1411.95%
LondonHaringey£198.4m£3.7m£5,8581.84%
LondonHarrow£164.1m£7.4m£4,9072.94%
LondonHavering£178.0m£7.4m£4,8693.99%
LondonHillingdon£225.5m£9.0m£5,0844.11%
LondonHounslow£194.5m£8.3m£5,1504.23%
LondonIslington£131.2m£2.3m£6,2372.84%
LondonKensington and Chelsea£70.9m£3.3m£6,1633.43%
LondonKingston upon Thames£106.1m£5.9m£4,7814.56%
LondonLambeth£210.7m£1.1m£6,3681.84%
LondonLewisham£212.7m£1.2m£5,8631.99%
LondonMerton£128.3m£6.9m£5,1965.99%
LondonNewham£343.9m£10.0m£6,1922.04%
LondonRedbridge£236.5m£12.9m£4,8694.72%
LondonRichmond upon Thames£118.1m£6.2m£4,6485.13%
LondonSouthwark£249.1m£6.9m£6,5842.37%
LondonSutton£157.9m£8.1m£4,8194.21%
LondonTower Hamlets£263.7m£4.7m£6,9471.84%
LondonWaltham Forest£202.1m£3.2m£5,3041.96%
LondonWandsworth£160.8m£4.4m£5,6922.17%
LondonWestminster£114.8m£1.6m£6,2453.52%
NORTH EAST REGION£1.64bn£73.3m£4,8203.82%
North EastDarlington£69.0m£3.2m£4,6214.67%
North EastDurham£314.7m£14.0m£4,8923.53%
North EastGateshead£113.9m£4.0m£4,8013.72%
North EastHartlepool£65.3m£2.0m£4,8832.77%
North EastMiddlesbrough£105.9m£5.7m£5,0073.04%
North EastNewcastle upon Tyne£171.1m£9.0m£4,9434.49%
North EastNorth Tyneside£125.2m£6.9m£4,6784.20%
North EastNorthumberland£185.3m£6.7m£4,7464.12%
North EastRedcar and Cleveland£93.7m£3.6m£4,8163.25%
North EastSouth Tyneside£95.0m£5.5m£4,9024.52%
North EastStockton-on-Tees£131.5m£6.9m£4,6894.19%
North EastSunderland£172.0m£5.9m£4,7803.33%
NORTH WEST REGION£4.85bn£233.6m£4,8304.06%
North WestBlackburn with Darwen£125.7m£4.5m£4,9812.97%
North WestBlackpool£86.9m£4.6m£4,8395.91%
North WestBolton£220.2m£14.8m£4,8055.78%
North WestBury£129.6m£7.3m£4,6465.78%
North WestCheshire East£219.7m£11.7m£4,5134.14%
North WestCheshire West And Chester£209.7m£10.5m£4,6373.65%
North WestCumbria£298.7m£16.0m£4,8485.25%
North WestHalton£91.1m£5.7m£5,0205.51%
North WestKnowsley£97.7m£6.3m£5,3836.09%
North WestLancashire£769.6m£39.5m£4,7404.34%
North WestLiverpool£316.4m£13.0m£5,1352.71%
North WestManchester£408.7m£13.1m£5,2832.13%
North WestOldham£197.3m£9.1m£4,9424.66%
North WestRochdale£167.3m£7.3m£4,9502.88%
North WestSalford£167.7m£10.0m£5,1014.72%
North WestSefton£163.2m£5.9m£4,6263.02%
North WestSt Helens£113.3m£5.9m£4,6884.84%
North WestStockport£175.3m£9.0m£4,5204.93%
North WestTameside£166.7m£6.4m£4,8643.55%
North WestTrafford£168.2m£9.4m£4,5934.10%
North WestWarrington£137.1m£6.0m£4,5994.29%
North WestWigan£208.1m£7.6m£4,6982.62%
North WestWirral£209.9m£10.1m£4,7924.20%
SOUTH EAST REGION£5.35bn£282.0m£4,5814.76%
South EastBracknell Forest£73.4m£4.5m£4,5477.18%
South EastBrighton and Hove£138.7m£5.3m£4,6104.10%
South EastBuckinghamshire£336.5m£20.0m£4,5545.33%
South EastEast Sussex£291.4m£15.2m£4,6185.03%
South EastHampshire£778.4m£28.6m£4,5113.06%
South EastIsle of Wight£73.1m£3.2m£4,7424.15%
South EastKent£962.9m£65.8m£4,6065.95%
South EastMedway£186.4m£10.7m£4,5954.95%
South EastMilton Keynes£195.8m£8.8m£4,6656.43%
South EastOxfordshire£386.7m£17.3m£4,5594.16%
South EastPortsmouth£119.9m£5.8m£4,7704.38%
South EastReading£92.1m£4.8m£4,6705.06%
South EastSlough£133.1m£5.1m£4,8892.49%
South EastSouthampton£146.7m£7.1m£4,7703.72%
South EastSurrey£649.8m£33.9m£4,5194.62%
South EastWest Berkshire£103.6m£5.2m£4,5754.34%
South EastWest Sussex£480.3m£29.2m£4,5105.68%
South EastWindsor and Maidenhead£89.0m£5.0m£4,6024.49%
South EastWokingham£107.5m£6.5m£4,4624.72%
SOUTH WEST REGION£3.16bn£174.8m£4,6085.02%
South WestBath and North East Somerset£110.5m£5.9m£4,6175.65%
South WestBournemouth, Christchurch & Poole£204.7m£11.4m£4,4654.85%
South WestBristol, City of£267.1m£13.9m£4,8913.97%
South WestCornwall£320.2m£17.0m£4,6574.48%
South WestDevon£417.4m£22.4m£4,5754.86%
South WestDorset£203.1m£10.1m£4,6305.43%
South WestGloucestershire£370.7m£20.4m£4,6284.94%
South WestNorth Somerset£126.8m£6.7m£4,5034.69%
South WestPlymouth£162.2m£9.3m£4,7086.00%
South WestSomerset£307.8m£19.3m£4,6025.59%
South WestSouth Gloucestershire£162.0m£8.4m£4,4275.26%
South WestSwindon£143.2m£8.7m£4,5185.08%
South WestTorbay£81.3m£5.8m£4,6805.13%
South WestWiltshire£287.0m£15.5m£4,5475.30%
WEST MIDLANDS REGION£3.97bn£175.3m£4,8153.62%
West MidlandsBirmingham£931.0m£21.9m£5,1512.29%
West MidlandsCoventry£241.8m£7.6m£4,8672.07%
West MidlandsDudley£208.4m£8.8m£4,7273.40%
West MidlandsHerefordshire£104.0m£4.6m£4,6703.81%
West MidlandsSandwell£265.5m£10.7m£4,9532.69%
West MidlandsShropshire£166.1m£7.1m£4,6503.67%
West MidlandsSolihull£162.4m£8.9m£4,6745.45%
West MidlandsStaffordshire£502.1m£24.8m£4,5384.34%
West MidlandsStoke-on-Trent£175.3m£12.1m£4,8704.77%
West MidlandsTelford and Wrekin£121.7m£7.3m£4,7584.83%
West MidlandsWalsall£215.1m£8.8m£4,9083.44%
West MidlandsWarwickshire£339.9m£21.1m£4,5384.97%
West MidlandsWolverhampton£197.9m£14.0m£5,0464.86%
West MidlandsWorcestershire£335.9m£17.7m£4,6094.58%
YORKSHIRE AND THE HUMBER REGION£3.59bn£173.8m£4,8114.18%
Yorkshire and the HumberBarnsley£157.0m£11.6m£4,9706.21%
Yorkshire and the HumberBradford£429.0m£14.3m£4,9032.85%
Yorkshire and the HumberCalderdale£157.5m£8.6m£4,7914.34%
Yorkshire and the HumberDoncaster£202.0m£8.8m£4,8264.46%
Yorkshire and the HumberEast Riding of Yorkshire£192.2m£9.1m£4,6384.85%
Yorkshire and the HumberKingston upon Hull, City of£182.7m£9.2m£4,9614.18%
Yorkshire and the HumberKirklees£301.1m£9.6m£4,8022.80%
Yorkshire and the HumberLeeds£535.6m£31.4m£4,8354.50%
Yorkshire and the HumberNorth East Lincolnshire£104.0m£3.0m£4,7772.64%
Yorkshire and the HumberNorth Lincolnshire£109.8m£5.8m£4,7304.06%
Yorkshire and the HumberNorth Yorkshire£353.3m£17.4m£4,7654.71%
Yorkshire and the HumberRotherham£195.0m£7.1m£4,9183.37%
Yorkshire and the HumberSheffield£348.8m£22.5m£4,8456.10%
Yorkshire and the HumberWakefield£222.4m£9.1m£4,6812.70%
Yorkshire and the HumberYork£102.6m£6.4m£4,4765.38%

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