Transitional Funding

Education and Skills written question – answered on 13th February 2002.

Alert me about debates like this

Photo of Mr Paul Daisley Mr Paul Daisley Labour, Brent East

To ask the Secretary of State for Education and Skills if she will list by local education authority and for each financial year for which the present grant maintained transitional funding arrangements have been in operation (a) the level of transitional grant payable by the local education authority to former grant maintained schools and (b) the level of grant paid by the Department to the local education authority towards meeting the cost.

Photo of Stephen Timms Stephen Timms Minister of State (Education and Skills) (Schools)

holding answer 25 January 2002

The information requested is set out in the following table. No grant was payable by the Department in respect of transitional funding for former grant-maintained schools in the financial year 1999–2000. Comprehensive figures for the financial year 2001–02 are not yet available.

Transitional funding for former grant-maintained schools, by LEA -- £
1999–2000 2000–01
LEA Transitional Funding Transitional funding DfEE grant
302 Barnet 71,031 530,634 195,885
800 Bath and NE Somerset 0 176,783 120,106
820 Bedfordshire 885,955 768,730 407,874
303 Bexley 95,848 44,174 37,034
330 Birmingham 1,642,412 1,692,411 1,025,975
889 Blackburn with Darwen 34,672 0 0
350 Bolton 184,475 259,095 190,428
837 Bournemouth 0 578,784 293,882
380 Bradford 147,960 0 0
304 Brent 2,123,836 2,299,839 995,431
305 Bromley 1,392,578 783,673 581,622
825 Buckinghamshire 761,590 793,965 288,901
351 Bury 35,346 17,575 16,954
381 Calderdale 65,817 12,696 12,696
873 Cambridgeshire 688,107 323,530 195,964
202 Camden 291,273 108,754 19,240
875 Cheshire 69,279 142,966 58,816
892 City of Nottingham 190,075 65,362 65,362
874 City of Peterborough 504,672 62,835 60,937
879 City of Plymouth 108,504 77,238 49,615
908 Cornwall 24,074 0 0
306 Croydon 500,640 652,682 405,598
909 Cumbria 649,980 388,718 198,556
831 Derby 225,299 0 0
830 Derbyshire 269,787 175,616 128,227
878 Devon 122,660 256,891 202,821
371 Doncaster 0 0 0
835 Dorset 55,256 62,010 30,728
332 Dudley 60,516 58,637 58,637
307 Ealing 594,335 310,791 260,371
811 East Riding of Yorkshire 140,971 103,829 29,416
308 Enfield 80,452 119,981 119,172
881 Essex 950,631 769,272 630,844
916 Gloucestershire 662,130 191,671 191,671
203 Greenwich 84,453 115,942 24,592
204 Hackney 40,160 6,039 6,039
876 Halton 128,574 41,673 41,673
205 Hammersmith and Fulham 187,471 315,634 100,010
850 Hampshire 1,528,892 842,926 527,765
309 Haringey 102,843 0 0
310 Harrow 57,105 53,737 40,388
311 Havering 36,160 0 0
919 Hertfordshire 1,186,804 880,096 585,439
312 Hillingdon 211,838 481,515 192,612
313 Hounslow 53,507 0 0
207 Kensington and Chelsea 320,136 178,120 99,445
886 Kent 1,573,338 429,705 322,950
314 Kingston-upon-Thames 205,874 171,245 57,363
382 Kirklees 0 0 0
340 Knowsley 145,282 147,431 52,585
208 Lambeth 1,290,889 3,290,324 653,913
888 Lancashire 460,342 418,547 196,887
383 Leeds 7,047 50,955 48,533
856 Leicester City 0 0 0
855 Leicestershire 142,928 147,873 123,545
209 Lewisham 124,228 107,826 29,306
925 Lincolnshire 1,736,810 726,020 500,963
341 Liverpool 236,785 28,608 18,954
821 Luton 518,253 492,626 284,149
352 Manchester 0 0 0
887 Medway 0 39,815 39,815
315 Merton 102,048 65,718 63,267
826 Milton Keynes 1,720,803 1,140,724 367,308
316 Newham 0 97,518 67,692
926 Norfolk 290,250 674,673 527,581
392 North Tyneside 29,430 0 0
815 North Yorkshire 14,009 27,152 3,072
928 Northamptonshire 0 0 0
929 Northumberland 4,412 493 493
891 Nottinghamshire 241,444 204,787 106,176
931 Oxfordshire 14,212 0 0
836 Poole 0 0 0
851 Portsmouth 106,441 25,600 18,174
870 Reading 160,112 288,276 128,445
317 Redbridge 36,118 100,035 41,613
354 Rochdale 0 50,393 38,649
857 Rutland 51,266 36,622 10,883
355 Salford 142,434 101,789 41,316
333 Sandwell 174,859 74,434 54,019
373 Sheffield n/a 694,477 214,427
893 Shropshire 50,261 81,801 62,413
871 Slough 40,048 24,876 10,926
334 Solihull 11,525 0 0
933 Somerset 174,827 235,726 65,257
852 Southampton 36,860 43,883 43,883
882 Southend 459,236 49,719 46,170
210 Southwark 210,422 29,184 25,957
860 Staffordshire 141,638 149,237 138,410
861 Stoke 29,437 144,425 71,418
936 Surrey 1,816,620 1,145,033 540,039
319 Sutton 186,052 0 0
866 Swindon 369,963 197,579 196,778
357 Tameside 10,098 25,408 25,408
894 Telford and Wrekin 0 0 0
883 Thurrock 55,824 80,996 51,327
880 Torbay 127,842 151,976 82,767
211 Tower Hamlets 0 0 0
358 Trafford 551,626 0 0
335 Walsall 156,050 193,182 130,414
320 Waltham Forest 634,230 638,143 241,662
212 Wandsworth 1,992,248 2,322,908 636,380
937 Warwickshire 352,368 770,093 349,159
869 West Berkshire 234,476 150,876 97,074
938 West Sussex 23,921 51,545 19,735
865 Wiltshire 86,110 211,455 164,937
868 Windsor and Maidenhead 102,045 154,079 66,864
344 Wirral 207,686 229,985 177,210
872 Wokingham 7,616 17,988 12,540
336 Wolverhampton 445,066 268,721 170,163
885 Worcestershire 40,033 31,986 14,317

Notes:

The figures relating to 1999–2000 derive from information provided by local education authorities, through the budget statements produced by them under section 52 of the School Standards and Framework Act 1998 and in response to subsequent inquiries by the Department. n/a—indicates that figures are not available.

The figures for 2000–01 are derived from LEAs' section 52 budget statements, modified where necessary in the light of information subsequently provided by LEAs in connection with their grant claims; and from the Department's grant records.

Does this answer the above question?

Yes1 person thinks so

No0 people think not

Would you like to ask a question like this yourself? Use our Freedom of Information site.