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Andy Baker, head teacher of Poole Grammar School, added that the lack of funding was creating difficulties in recruiting “specialist staff or retaining good colleagues”. Warrington – £4,236 The 10 best-funded areas in England in 2015/16 will be: 1.

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Schools across the country are struggling to reach their potential due to “inadequate” funding, with those in the most poorly funded areas of England each receiving £1.9 million less than those in the best-funded areas.

According to the Association of School and College Leaders (ASCL) – which represents head teachers across the county – the current "dated" grant system means that many schools are being forced to work with resources that are “not sufficient for the job they are expected to do.” Analysis by the ASCL has revealed that schools in the 10 best-funded areas will, on average, receive grants of £6,297 per pupil in 2015 to 2016, compared to an average of £4,208 per pupil in the 10 most poorly funded areas.

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