Baroness Berridge

Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for International Trade) (Minister for Women)

Conservative Peer

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Recent appearances

  • Schools: Spending per Pupil - Question 23 Sep 2020

    My Lords, we are investing more in schools over the next three years, starting with an additional £2.6 billion this year and rising to £7.1 billion by 2022-23, compared to 2019-20. This will ensure that per pupil funding for every school can rise at least in line with inflation this year, and faster than inflation for most. The IFS has said that this investment will near enough restore...
  • Schools: Spending per Pupil - Question 23 Sep 2020

    My Lords, the national funding formula obviously takes deprivation into account, and 18% of that formula—£6.2 billion—is aimed at disadvantaged students. That is in addition to any supplementary funding such as that for music hubs, which is also directed funding to free school meal areas. There is also, in the catch-up fund, the £350 million national tutoring programme, aimed at...
  • Schools: Spending per Pupil - Question 23 Sep 2020

    My Lords, in relation to the particular challenges—I mentioned those attendance statistics, and one cannot underestimate the effort made in our schools to get attendance at that level. In relation to 16 to 19 year-olds, £96 million of the national tutoring programme fund is aimed at disadvantaged students in that year group, and an extra £400 million is going into 16 to 19 funding....

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Conservative Peer

Entered the House of Lords on 20 January 2011

Currently held offices

  • Parliamentary Under-Secretary (Department for International Trade) (Minister for Women) (since 13 Feb 2020)
  • The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Education (since 13 Feb 2020)
  • Member, Sentencing (Pre-consolidation Amendments) Bill [HL] Special Public Bill Committee (since 20 Jun 2019)

Other offices held in the past

  • Baroness in Waiting (HM Household) (Whip) (29 Jul 2019 to 19 Mar 2020)
  • Member, Ecclesiastical Committee (Joint Committee) (9 Jul 2015 to 2 Sep 2019)
  • Member, Social Mobility Committee (11 Jun 2015 to 16 Mar 2016)
  • Member, Human Rights (Joint Committee) (17 Oct 2011 to 30 Mar 2015)
  • Member, Statutory Instruments (Joint Committee) (24 Mar 2011 to 1 May 2012)

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