Clive Efford MP

Clive Efford - A Strong Voice for Eltham and Plumstead

Local School Cuts

Schools in Greenwich look set to see their annual budget cut by £23,906,524 by 2019 – that's a cut in spending of £692 per pupil each year, the equivalent of losing 641 teachers. The figures below show how much schools in Eltham are set to lose by 2019, (you can see more about the numbers here). 

To read more about the impact of these cuts on local schools and to find out what you can do click here.

School

 

Annual budget
 cut by 2019

Cut in spending
per pupil

Equivalent cut in teacher nos.

Alderwood School

-£177,367

-870

-5

Brooklands School

-£122,568

-592

-3

Charlton Manor School

-£270,357

-662

-7

Christ Church C of E

-£72,802

-343

-2

Corelli College

-£973,695

-1063

-22

Stationers Crown Woods

-£1,146,984

-861

-26

Deansfield School

-£223,995

-546

-5

Ealdham School

-£266,059

-691

-7

Eglinton Primary School

-£271,329

-675

-8

Eltham C of E School

-£132,451

-420

-3

Eltham Hill

-£868,403

-1017

-20

Gordon School

-£179,814

-438

-4

Greenacres School

-£203,418

-951

-5

Greenslade School

-£141,372

-690

-4

Haimo School

-£201,324

-708

-5

Harris Academy

-£1,078,445

-1214

-27

Henwick School

-£224,377

-632

-6

Holy Family RC School

-£124,556

-635

-3

Horn Park School

-£277,376

-764

-7

Kidbrooke Park School

-£289,875

-753

-8

Middle Park School

-£286,761

-702

-7

Montbelle School

-£233,700

-571

-6

Notre Dame

-£150,169

-736

-4

Plumcroft School

-£457,123

-694

-11

Plumstead Manor

-£960,874

-838

-22

Rockliffe Manor

-£148,250

-716

-4

St Margaret's C of E

-£86,253

-338

-2

St Thomas More Primary

-£115,466

-557

-3

St. Mary's School

-£84,160

-200

-2

St. Thomas More, Secondary

-£223,342

-357

-5

Thomas Tallis

-£1,144,658

-876

-26

Timbercroft School

-£184,598

-462

-5

Wingfield School

-£184,493

-862

-4

Wyborne School

-£246,447

-613

-5

 

 

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