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Personal Social and Health Education
To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families what role governors would have in determining the curriculum in the understanding physical development, health and well-being area of learning in primary schools under the provisions proposed in the Children, Schools and Families Bill. 
Ms Diana R. Johnson:
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curriculum meets the statutory requirements set out in the programmes of study for each of the areas of learning, including understanding physical development, health and well-being.
To ask the Secretary of State for Children, Schools and Families (1) how much of the dedicated schools grant will be allocated for the delivery of the three to four year-old nursery entitlement in 2010-11; 
(2) much of the dedicated schools grant will be allocated for under five year-olds in 2010-11. 
The Dedicated Schools Grant (DSG) is allocated to local authorities and is distributed using a single guaranteed unit of funding per pupil for each authority. The Government do not fund local authorities according to the age or phase of education of pupils but we fund local authorities a single guaranteed unit of 9 Feb 2010 : Column 900W
funding for the number of pupils on roll. It is then for local authorities to fund the provision of education for three to 16 year-olds in their area via their local funding formula, which includes the provision of free entitlement for three and four year-olds.
Final figures for 2010-11 are not yet available but our indicative figures can be found on