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Will the NFF create an even playing field? The hopes of an aspirational local authority Toni Coombs Lead Member for Education and Communications. Context. 170 schools (13 academies) 130 (3) primary; 11 (3) middle; 19 (5) secondary; 5 (1) special; 5 (0) PRU ’ s,

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Context
Context

  • 170 schools (13 academies)

  • 130 (3) primary;

  • 11 (3) middle;

  • 19 (5) secondary;

  • 5 (1) special;

  • 5 (0) PRU’s,

  • -5 (1) All through

  • Will have more academies by the end of the year, via diocese and group conversions

  • 89% Outstanding/Good to end December 2013

  • FSM Gap:

  • 27% (2013) from

  • 30% (2102) and

  • 31%(2011)


Issue
Issue

LA gap and relative position in order of funding received via the GUF in 2012

Lowest funded at the bottom

F40 LAs highlighted in orange


What does dorset want from the nff
What does Dorset want from the NFF?

  • Fairness?

  • Opportunities for our children?

  • Ability to make a difference?

  • Rights Respecting Schools Members of Dorset Youth Parliament


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