Schools to receive extra £11.2 million funding

The Department for Education confirmed that Hertfordshire would receive the cash boost to create fairness in the allocation of school funding across the country.

The Department for Education confirmed that Hertfordshire would receive the cash boost to create fairness in the allocation of school funding across the country.

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Schools in the county will receive an extra £11.2m of government funding.

The Department for Education confirmed that Hertfordshire would receive the cash boost to create fairness in the allocation of school funding across the country.

Hertfordshire’s allocated amount has risen from £670.3 million to £681.5 million – an increase of around £72 per pupil.

A decision on how this money will be allocated to schools will be made later this year.

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10:47am Thu 24 Jul 14

triedandtrusted says...

So Hertswood do not have to sell the upper site of their school if County are going to supply the money to rebuild so Hey the Ark can stay
So Hertswood do not have to sell the upper site of their school if County are going to supply the money to rebuild so Hey the Ark can stay triedandtrusted
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