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Shock shortfall in School Funding

February 26, 2021 4:54 PM

Newark & Sherwood District Council Area

School Funding Shortfalls

School Total Shortfall in 2020 Followed by shortfall per Pupil

Minster School, Southwell £500,525 £348

Holy Trinity Primary School, Southwell £45,885 £866

Lowes Wong Infant School, Southwell £28,629 £171

Newark Academy £466,395 £621

Halam C of E Primary School £48,429 £515

Lowdham C of E Primary School £42,034 £214

Kirklington Primary School £34,518 £443

Farnsfield St Michaels C of E Primary School £67,665 £256

Gunthorpe C of E Primary School £30,446 £367

Bleasby C of E Primary School £41,214 £268

Christ Church C of E Infant and Nursery School £30,900 £719

King's C of E Primary Academy, Newark £141,500 £573

Edwinstowe C of E Primary School £45,107 £447

Muskham Primary School £45,966 £238

John Hunt Primary School, Balderton £53,331 £141

Bishop Alexander L.E.A.D. Academy, Newark £117,947 £421

Barnby Road Primary and Nursery Academy £22,494 £43

Mount C of E Primary and Nursery School £52,983 £257

The Joseph Whitaker School, Rainworth £319,953 £284

Heathlands Primary School, Rainworth £14,490 £99

Coddington C of E Primary and Nursery School £35,604 £91

Total for Nottinghamshire £26,400,000 £239



i This data present the impact of the Government's recent school funding announcements on selected individual schools and compare them with the base line of school funding in 2015-16. For a more detailed explanation see: www.schoolcuts.org.uk/methodology. The Institute of Fiscal Studies deems the data fairly represents the facts. Funding details for other Nottinghamshire schools see www.schoolcuts.org.uk.