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Pupils: Per Capita Costs

Mr. Laws: To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what the average (a) revenue and (b) capital funding per pupil in each local education authority area was in the latest period for which figures are available; and if he will make a statement. [295242]

Mr. Coaker: The per pupil revenue funding figures, and the total capital figures, for England and each local authority in 2008-09 are set out in the following table. Revenue figures are in cash terms. Capital figures represent amounts allocated in the year:


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2008-09 Revenue 2008-09 Capital
LA name Per pupil (£) Total (£000)

England

4,690

5,224,722

Barking and Dagenham

5,270

211,311

Barnet

5,200

26,296

Barnsley

4,480

9,889

Bath and North East Somerset

4,430

7,744

Bedfordshire

4,410

31,316

Bexley

4,730

10,638

Birmingham

5,240

64,548

Blackburn with Darwen

5,040

93,612

Blackpool

4,620

6,615

Bolton

4,600

14,311

Bournemouth

4,300

6,587

Bracknell Forest

4,500

6,244

Bradford

4,870

34,838

Brent

5,700

16,114

Brighton and Hove

4,660

8,745

Bristol, City of

5,050

153,697

Bromley

4,590

13,370

Buckinghamshire

4,510

19,873

Bury

4,430

8,476

Calderdale

4,570

12,058

Cambridgeshire

4,280

116,568

Camden

6,910

9,354

Cheshire

4,430

32,581

City of London

-

145

Cornwall

4,340

33,239

Coventry

4,790

220,483

Croydon

4,910

15,469

Cumbria

4,430

30,462

Darlington

4,550

11,860

Derby

4,660

12,847

Derbyshire

4,450

36,368

Devon

4,280

38,900

Doncaster

4,630

14,819

Dorset

4,350

19,790

Dudley

4,510

13,613

Durham

4,730

26,778

Ealing

5,620

21,724

East Riding of Yorkshire

4,270

15,680

East Sussex

4,560

21,222

Enfield

5,100

16,699

Essex

4,450

109,435

Gateshead

4,740

8,453

Gloucestershire

4,370

36,103

Greenwich

6,260

200,496

Hackney

7,250

15,353

Halton

4,960

6,183

Hammersmith and Fulham

6,490

6,318

Hampshire

4,320

65,878

Haringey

5,940

13,966

Harrow

5,170

11,210

Hartlepool

4,830

4,904

Havering

4,670

10,351

Herefordshire

4,320

8,843

Hertfordshire

4,500

202,625

Hillingdon

4,990

14,449

Hounslow

5,380

16,949

Isle of Wight

4,660

6,592

Isles of Scilly

-

239

Islington

6,660

9,271

Kensington and Chelsea

6,530

4,229

Kent

4,520

332,296

Kingston Upon Hull, City of

4,870

10,536

Kingston upon Thames

4,850

7,671

Kirklees

4,650

21,919

Knowsley

5,080

14,473

Lambeth

6,780

14,069

Lancashire

4,520

62,357

Leeds

4,620

32,602

Leicester

4,860

14,846

Leicestershire

4,150

35,527

Lewisham

6,330

23,757

Lincolnshire

4,410

36,122

Liverpool

5,140

20,751

Luton

4,960

13,999

Manchester

5,440

287,467

Medway

4,600

14,402

Merton

5,010

10,463

Middlesbrough

4,960

7,250

Milton Keynes

4,710

28,661

Newcastle upon Tyne

4,840

11,612

Newham

5,970

24,673

Norfolk

4,410

42,337

North East Lincolnshire

4,850

8,100

North Lincolnshire

4,420

6,882

North Somerset

4,310

8,318

North Tyneside

4,520

15,301

North Yorkshire

4,440

34,250

Northamptonshire

4,360

39,431

Northumberland

4,400

17,818

Nottingham

5,330

94,860

Nottinghamshire

4,390

35,490

Oldham

4,820

130,703

Oxfordshire

4,410

30,597

Peterborough

4,790

9,929

Plymouth

4,540

23,664

Poole

4,250

5,580

Portsmouth

4,650

7,631

Reading

4,870

8,565

Redbridge

4,820

15,905

Redcar and Cleveland

4,750

6,432

Richmond upon Thames

4,750

6,873

Rochdale

4,900

133,591

Rotherham

4,730

19,043

Rutland

4,400

1,870

Salford

5,050

10,539

Sandwell

4,890

14,129

Sefton

4,590

13,460

Sheffield

4,650

262,065

Shropshire

4,240

14,051

Slough

5,130

7,255

Solihull

4,270

16,795

Somerset

4,350

41,610

South Gloucestershire

4,150

15,798

South Tyneside

4,910

8,127

Southampton

4,750

8,735

Southend-on-Sea

4,620

11,710

Southwark

6,650

12,732

St. Helens

4,640

8,061

Staffordshire

4,290

38,585

Stockport

4,410

13,085

Stockton-on-Tees

4,620

10,311

Stoke-on-Trent

4,800

9,295

Suffolk

4,320

37,371

Sunderland

4,680

13,213

Surrey

4,450

55,919

Sutton

4,810

8,788

Swindon

4,310

17,789

Tameside

4,560

71,313

Telford and Wrekin

4,510

233,576

Thurrock

4,700

5,878

Torbay

4,460

13,942

Tower Hamlets

7,350

16,385

Trafford

4,400

10,880

Wakefield

4,550

14,960

Walsall

4,700

19,531

Waltham Forest

5,330

19,374

Wandsworth

5,980

12,763

Warrington

4,320

9,205

Warwickshire

4,320

26,221

West Berkshire

4,570

8,734

West Sussex

4,370

34,129

Westminster

6,260

6,164

Wigan

4,510

21,023

Wiltshire

4,250

26,285

Windsor and Maidenhead

4,630

7,603

Wirral

4,630

14,566

Wokingham

4,360

8,845

Wolverhampton

4,940

12,900

Worcestershire

4,300

28,893

York

4,360

6,776

Notes:
Revenue Figures:
1. This covers funding through the Dedicated Schools Grant, School Standards Grant, School Standards Grant (Personalisation) and Standards Fund as well as funding from the Learning and Skills Council; it excludes grants which are not allocated at LA level.
2. Price Base: Cash
3. These figures are for all funded pupils aged 3-19.
4. Figures have been rounded to the nearest £10.
5. Some of the grant allocations have not been finalised. If these do change, the effect on the funding figures is expected to be minimal.
Capital Figures
1. These figures are provided on an allocations basis. They include devolved, targeted and strategic programmes, funded by grant, supported borrowing and PFI.
2. Where figures for some authorities appear particularly large, this will normally reflect a Building Schools for the Future allocation where expenditure will take place over a number of succeeding years.

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