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Title                      School Funding 2011-12
Responsible Officer(s)     Gary Redhead, Assistant Director Schools Planning &
                           Resources, gary.redhead@ealing.gov.uk 0208 825 5773
Author(s)                  Dawn Calvert, Head of Finance, Children‟s Services,
                           clavertd@ealing.gov.uk 0208 825 9034 and Gary Redhead,
                           Assistant Director Schools Planning & Resources,
                           gary.redhead@ealing.gov.uk 0208 825 5773
Portfolio(s)               Councillor Dr Patricia Walker, Children‟s Services
For Consideration By       Schools Forum
Date to be Considered      9th February 2011
Implementation Date if     Not Applicable
Not Called In
Affected Wards             All
Keywords/Index             School Funding, School Finance Regulations

Purpose of Report:
To consult the Schools Forum on the School Funding arrangements for 2011-12 and to
seek approval for an increase in the Central Expenditure Limit.


1. Recommendations
It is recommended that the Schools Forum:

   i.       Agrees to exclude from the Minimum Funding Guarantee (MFG) the following
            amounts:

            Table 1

                                    Devolved
             Primary National
                                      £575,745
             Strategy (targeted)
             Secondary National
                                      £269,223
             Strategy (targeted)
             Diploma Formula           £26,336
             Total                    £871,304


   ii.      Agrees to amend the operation of the MFG by excluding the January 2010 pupil
            numbers and 2010-11 financial year allocations for age weighted pupil
            allocations for nursery aged pupils in primary schools and the formula
            allocations for nursery schools;
iii.      Agrees to seek the Secretary of State‟s approval to exclude from the MFG
          resources devolved to Northolt High School for the former Northolt Education
          Action Zone, totalling £283,306;

iv.       Agrees to seek the Secretary of State‟s approval to exclude from the MFG
          resources delegated in 2010-11 for BSF support and Police in Schools, both of
          which have ceased, at the following schools:

          Table 2

                                                  BSF
                                                 Senior   Police in
                          School                                           Total
                                                  Staff   Schools
                                                 Release
            Acton High                             £5,000  £20,000          £25,000
            Brentside High                         £5,000  £20,000          £25,000
            The Cardinal Wiseman Catholic
                                                        £0    £20,000       £20,000
            High
            Dormers Wells High                         £0     £20,000       £20,000
            Drayton Manor High                    £50,000     £20,000       £70,000
            The Ellen Wilkinson School for
                                                  £50,000     £20,000       £70,000
            Girls
            Elthorne Park High                   £50,000      £20,000       £70,000
            Featherstone High                    £50,000      £20,000       £70,000
            Greenford High                        £5,000      £20,000       £25,000
            Northolt High                        £50,000      £20,000       £70,000
            Twyford High                         £50,000      £20,000       £70,000
            Villiers High                        £50,000      £20,000       £70,000
            Belvue School                        £20,000           £0       £20,000
            John Chilton School                   £5,000           £0        £5,000
            St Ann's School                      £20,000           £0       £20,000
            Springhallow School                  £20,000           £0       £20,000
            Total                               £430,000     £240,000      £670,000

       Notes
       The government ended the BSF programme, there are now only the two sample
       schools left in the programme. The funding was to support release of senior staff to
       develop proposals for each school. Following the ending of the three year
       contributions from the Authority towards funding officers in schools, the MET Police
       intend to fund Police Officers attached to schools

v.        Notes the growth pressures on the Individual Schools Budget (ISB) estimated to
          be £2,375,100 that will be funded from within the resources delegated to schools
          and agrees to increase the Central Expenditure Limit (CEL) in respect of the
          growth pressures of a total of £1,012,000,that fall within the retained part of the
          Schools Budget
        Table 3 (Table 8 in the report)

                                  Delegated      Retained
        Pressure                                                 Total          Comment
                                   Budget         Budget
        Primary Places: 17                                                     Previous bid
        additional FE, at                                                      based on
                                    £300,000         £720,000   £1,020,000
        £60,000 per FE,                                                        high
        September to March                                                     projection
        SEN Demand:                                                            No Change
        Additional 32 Places at     £576,500                     £576,500
        ARPs
        SEN Demand: 18                                                         No Change
        Places at Special           £452,100                     £452,100
        schools
        Special School Costs                                                   Full bid.
        per place                   £721,500                     £721,500      Could be
                                                                               phased
        In-Year Admissions:                                                    Reduced by
        above number Years                           £170,000    £170,000      £330,000
        1, 2 and 10
        Speech and Language                                                    New
        Provision in Early                                                     Pressure
                                      £75,000        £122,000    £197,000
        Years Settings and                                                     identified
        ICAN Nurseries
        Khalsa School,                                                         No Change
                                    £250,000                     £250,000
        Building up numbers
        TOTAL                     £2,375,100 £1,012,000         £3,387,100


vi.     Agrees that the funds for each item in iii to vii above may be moved between the
        Individual Schools Budget (ISB) and the retained part of the School Budget
        (including increasing the Schools Contingency) following further consultation
        with individual schools affected and that the Central Expenditure Limit be
        adjusted up or down accordingly;

vii.    Advises the Authority on the level of the MFG that should be set for the financial
        year 2011-12;

viii.   Agrees to increase the Central Expenditure Limit (CEL) to enable the retention
        of part of the grants mainstreamed into the Dedicated Schools Grant (DSG) for
        all or some of the following services:

        Table 4 (Table 10 in the report)

                                                            £ per DSG
                                                              funded
                    Areas                        £             pupil
         EOTAS currently Devolved
                                                £189,300             £5
         Grants
         Managed Moves                          £150,000            £4
         SAFE Adolescence Service               £467,000           £11
         School Sports Partnership:
                                                 £96,000             £2
         Matched funding
                                                         £ per DSG
                                                           funded
                      Areas                    £            pupil
         Diploma Formula Grant:
         Funding 2011-12 commitments
                                              £66,800              £2
         to diploma learners (one year
         only)
         School Improvement and School Partnerships
         Strand 1. Supporting,
                                             £465,000            £11
         Achievement and Curriculum
         Strand 2. Supporting e-learning -
                                             £278,000              £7
         CLC offer
         Strand 3. Supporting Leadership
                                             £215,000              £5
         and Professional Development
         Strand 4 Supporting Inclusion       £493,000            £12
         Strand 5 Supporting Integrated
                                             £450,000            £11
         working
         Total                             £2,870,100            £69

ix.     Subject to any national changes in School Funding, agrees that any increase in
        the CEL in respect of Strands 1 to 5 above are for 2011-12 and 2012-13
        financial years only and the Diploma Formula Grant for 2011-12 financial year
        only;

x.      Subject to decisions made in respect of Strand 5 above, agrees to seek the
        Secretary of State‟s approval to exclude from the MFG resources devolved to
        Featherstone and Greenford High Schools to employ extended schools co-
        ordinators for their respective area partnerships and the Parental Support
        Advisors in primary schools

        Table 5


                                                 Devolved
         Extended Schools: Southall South              £59,292
         Extended Schools: Greenford                   £59,292
         Parent Support Advisors                     £180,000
         Total                                       £298,584
xi.

xii.    Notes the introduction of the pupil premium;

xiii.   Advises the Authority on the re-allocation of the flat rate allocations to high
        schools for BSF support and Police in Schools;

xiv.    Advises the Authority on how the devolved parts of the following grants should
        be integrated into the Schools‟ Funding Formula:
          Table 6 (Table 10 in the report)

                                              Proposed Formula: Current Devolved
            Grants
                                              Amount Only less any agreed exclusions
                                             Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
            School Stds Grant
                                             received in 2010-11
                                             Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
            School Stds Grant (P)
                                             received in 2010-11
            School Development Grant         Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
            Total                            received in 2010-11, less Northolt EAZ
            School Lunch Grant               Add to Free School Meals Factor
                                             Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
            Ethnic Minority Achievement
                                             received in 2010-11
                                             Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
            1 2 1 Tuition
                                             received in 2010-11
            Extended Schools
                                             Subject to Secretary of State‟s decision
            Sustainability
            Extended Schools                 Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
            Disadvantage Subsidy             received in 2010-11
            Primary National Strategy        Low Prior Attainment
            Secondary National Strategy      Low Prior Attainment
            Diploma Formula                  Subject to Schools Forum Decision

   xv.    Advise the Authority on whether the Forum supports paying the Carbon
          Commitment from the retained part of the DSG rather than schools meeting the
          costs from their own budget shares and, if required, agrees an increase in the
          Central Expenditure Limit to fund the sum required

2. Reason for Decision and Options Considered
The Council is required to consult the Schools Forum on changes to the formula used for
determining individual school budget shares. Approval of the Forum is required to
increase the amount deducted in relation to central expenditure and to vary limits in
relation to deductions for specific items of expenditure including the school‟s specific
contingency.

3. Key Implications
This report covers the outcome of the Comprehensive Spending Review including the
implications of simplifying the number of grant funding streams; the introduction of the
pupil premium and other national changes to the Regulations; and known pressure and
priorities that need to be considered as part of the school funding.

SECTION A: CHILDREN’S SERVICES FUNDING
The overall funding settlement for Children‟s Services overall is not as generous as the
School‟s settlement (except 6th Forms), reflecting the priority given schools and the health
service. The main points in the settlement are:

Formula Grant
    Two Year settlement for Council 12.3% grant reduction in 2011-12 and 8.4% in
     2012-13, further reductions in year 3 and 4
    Over four year period Council‟s formula grant likely to reduce by 28%
    Reductions amount to £13m over 3 year period
    5 Area Based Grants merged into formula grant (£2.3m) and subject to 25.3%
     reduction over three years
Other Grants
    ABGs: 15 grants ceased (£1.1m) including school improvement service grants
    Specific Grants to Children’s Services: (£24.7m) reduction of £1.4m decision
      pending on £991,000 of grants
    Standards Funds: Aim Higher (£42,000), Harnessing Technology Grant (HTG)
      (£117,000 retained) and CLC Capital (£210K) ceased
    School devolved HTG ceased
    New Early Intervention Grant (EIG): created from former ABG and other grants.
      £15.4m for 2011-12, a £1.7m reduction

Officers are currently working on proposals to implement the reduction in funding and
reconfigure services as required.

SECTION B: SETTLEMENT FOR SCHOOLS
In this section we set out the main elements of the settlement for schools; set out some
issues relating to school baseline budgets and the MFG and identify a range of options for
funding known pressures which we reported in our report to the Schools Forum in October
2010.

Overall Settlement
The government announced a one-year settlement for schools in December. The key
aspects are:
    A cash flat Schools Budget except for 6th Form funding;
    The introduction of a pupil premium of £430 allocated on the basis of known
      entitlement to free school meals for pupils from Reception to Year 11;
    Mainstreaming a large number of grants into the Dedicated Schools Grant, in the
      case of Ealing this amounts to £36.8m of which £30.8m was devolved to schools in
      2010-11;
    Setting the Minimum Funding Guarantee (MFG) at –1.5% though the DfE envisage
      that Authorities should be able to agree a higher level.

Details of the grants that have been mainstreamed are shown in Table 7 below. The table
shows the total grant, the amount devolved to schools, allocated to the Education
Otherwise than at School Service (The study Centres) and the amount retained. The
retained amount is used to fund staff and programmes that mainly are in school
improvement, school partnerships and the secondary behaviour and SAFE Adolescence
Services.

Table 7: Grants that have been mainstreamed into the Dedicated Schools Grant
(DSG)

 Mainstreamed Grants baseline
                                   Total         Devolved        EOTAS        Retained
 School Stds Grant               £6,710,739       £6,657,230     £53,509             £0
 School Stds Grant (P)           £2,871,878       £2,868,260      £3,618             £0
 School Development Grant
                                £15,272,078      £12,848,090     £88,355     £2,335,633
 Total
 School Lunch Grant                £488,161         £486,531      £1,630             £0
 Ethnic Minority Achievement     £4,620,846       £4,274,533     £17,730       £328,583
 1 2 1 Tuition                   £1,641,338       £1,527,705      £5,078       £108,555

 Extended Schools                £1,067,013         £298,584           £0      £768,429
 Sustainability
 Mainstreamed Grants baseline
                                   Total          Devolved       EOTAS        Retained
 Extended Schools                £1,017,735         £788,952      £6,557       £222,226
 Disadvantage Subsidy
 Primary National Strategy       £1,248,991         £689,495            £0     £559,496

 Secondary National Strategy       £377,234         £314,391      £12,823       £50,020


 Diploma Formula                    £66,848          £26,336            £0      £40,512

 Exceptional Circumstances         £281,000                £0           £0     £281,000
 Grant
 London Pay Award Grant          £1,133,000                £0           £0   £1,133,000

 Total Grant Mainstreamed       £36,796,861      £30,780,107     £189,300    £5,827,454


Baseline Budgets
Appendix 2 provides details on school baseline budgets for 2011-12. Essentially, all
devolved grants for each school will be added to each school‟s 2011-12 School Budget
Share (ie. a school‟s formula allocation) except where the Schools Forum or the Secretary
of State approve variations.

DfE have issued guidance on this matter. At the time of writing this report, the School
Finance Regulations had not been finalised, but it is expected that the Regulations will
provide for:

      Where grants have been devolved to schools the funding should be included in the
       baseline budget for the purposes of the MFG

      The Schools Forum can agree adjustments in the operation of the MFG where:
          o The proposed variation applies to the implementation of the early years
             single funding formula in isolation. It would therefore have to apply only to
             schools with early years provision and not seek to exclude mainstreamed
             grants from the MFG coverage
          o The proposed variation would result in a higher level of MFG than -1.5% (for
             example, -1% per pupil)
          o The proposed variation relates only to the Diploma formula grant, which has
             been paid to schools based on actual numbers taking Diplomas, and/or the
             targeted elements of primary and secondary National Strategies grant, which
             were given to schools explicitly on a one-year basis.
      Other exceptions have to be agreed by the Secretary of State

Possible exceptions we need to consider are:

Extended Schools Sustainability
Most of this grant was retained and funded the programme and the area co-ordinators.
Featherstone and Greenford High employed the co-ordinators for schools in their area and
the funding was devolved to the two schools concerned. In addition, a number of schools
received time limited funding for Parent Support Advisers. If these amounts are included
in schools‟ base lines then the funding would permanently become part of their school
budgets.
School Development Grant: Northolt Education Action Zone
Approximately £283,000 for the partnership was “banked” by Northolt High School. It is
proposed that an application is made to the Secretary of State so that funding is not
included in the school‟s baseline budget or in the schools in the partnership

The integration of the former grants into the Schools funding formula is considered later in
this report.

Funding Known Pressures and Priorities
In our report to the Forum we identified funding pressures of £4.3m. In a cash flat budget,
there is no growth in the unit of funding, which may be used meet pressures. In these
circumstances, there are a number of approaches to funding cost pressures:

      Review and reduce the funding required and seek to contain them within existing
       resources
      Re-allocate funding from specific grants that was previously retained centrally
      Set a low MFG to create headroom

Review of pressures
Since October we have reviewed the known pressures and reduced the pressure by
£0.9m. A revised list is set out below. We have shown a split between pressures that fall
within the Individual schools Budget (ISB) which are delegated to schools and those that
will be part of the retained Schools Budget and devolved to schools as appropriate during
the year.

Table 8: Known Funding Pressures

                                    Delegated      Retained
 Pressure                                                           Total         Comment
                                     Budget         Budget
                                                                                 Previous bid
 Primary Places: 17 additional
                                                                                 based on
 FE, at £60,000 per FE,                £300,000     £720,000      £1,020,000
                                                                                 high
 September to March
                                                                                 projection
 SEN Demand: Additional 32
                                       £576,500                     £576,500     No Change
 Places at ARPs
 SEN Demand: 18 Places at
                                       £452,100                     £452,100     No Change
 Special schools
                                                                                 Full bid
 Special School Costs per place        £721,500                     £721,500     could be
                                                                                 phased
 In-Year Admissions: above                                                       Reduced by
                                                    £170,000        £170,000
 number Years 1, 2 and 10                                                        £330,000
 Speech and Language Provision                                                   New
 in Early Years Settings and            £75,000     £122,000        £197,000     Pressure
 ICAN Nurseries                                                                  identified
 Khalsa School, Building up
                                       £250,000                     £250,000     No Change
 numbers
 TOTAL                               £2,375,100 £1,012,000        £3,387,100


All of the pressures relate to in-year growth in pupil numbers apart from Special School
costs where the proposal is to equalise the place factors for Castlebar and Belvue and
Mandeville and St Ann‟s and the speech and language provision. We are seeking to fund
children with more complex needs placed at Springhallow School from the Individual
Support Budget. We have scaled back the costs of the primary expansion programme
basing it on the mid projection rather than the highest. With regard to the ARPs, these
costs are based on the agreed staffing levels in the new units. On in-year admissions, we
currently fund in-year admissions through the Fair Access Protocol on the basis of the age
weighted pupil unit plus 15 percent add-on. There is already £80,000 in the retained
budget for Year 10 places and together with the £170,000 proposed we would have
funding for an additional 58 FTE places in 2011-12. In summary the risk for pupil growth
above the estimates shown in the Table above, would need to be managed within the
retained budget.

With regard to the Special School cost per place, one of the main arguments for equalising
funding is that children with more complex needs have been admitted to the primary phase
in recent years and these are now entering the secondary phase. The amount of
£721,500 would equalise the funding in one year. It would be possible to phase the
adjustment in funding over a two to three year period but in future years these would
require part of the costs to be met from a negative minimum funding guarantee.

Re-allocate Funding from the retained part of mainstreamed grants
As table 7 above sets out, there is £5.8m that was retained from grants that are being
mainstreamed. This provides a possible source of funding for pressures but would require
some reduction in services that depend on this funding, principally in school improvement
and school partnerships. Within the retained items there is £1.4m of retained grants that
have been unallocated, the exceptional circumstances and London Pay Award grants
which are currently unallocated.

Setting a negative MFG
The government has set the MFG at –1.5% but considers that there may be scope for a
higher MFG to be set. The table below shows the potential impact on schools on average
of setting a higher MFG. A higher MFG reduces the headroom to fund other pressures.
Setting a 0% MFG would require growth pressure to be met in full from the retained parts
of the grants that are being mainstreamed. Our recommendation would be to set the MFG
as close as possible to 0% provided the Finance Regulations do not require the delegation
of some or all of the currently retained Standards Fund Grants. If this was required,
pressures would need to be funded through a larger negative MFG.

Table 9: Illustration of Impact on schools of minus MFG

 (Jan 2010 Data)              -0.5%           -1.0%           -1.5%

 Baseline MFG         £208,977,817         £208,977,817 £208,977,817
 Reduced Baseline MFG £207,932,928         £206,888,039 £205,843,150
 Reduction              £1,044,889           £2,089,778   £3,134,667
 Impact on Schools
 Average Primary            £8,754               £17,507        £26,261

                                £32,911          £65,823        £98,734
 Average Secondary

 Average Special                £11,805          £23,610        £35,415

 Average Nursery                 £2,476           £4,953         £7,429
In summary, other things being equal, we have identified known pressures of £3.4m that
need to be funded from within the DSG. Unless further reductions can be identified, these
pressures need to be funded either from the retained part of the grants that are being
mainstreamed or through a negative MFG.

SECTION C: POSSIBLE INCREASES IN THE RETAINED BUDGET FOR GRANTS
MAINSTREAMED INTO THE DSG
As described above, a significant amount of activity undertaken by the Authority for
schools and children and young people was funded by Area Based Grants (ABGs) or
various Standards Funds that have been mainstreamed into the DSG. The new funding
rules requires the approval of the Schools Forum to increase the Central Expenditure Limit
should the Forum decide it wanted to fund these activities centrally. The other options are
that activity is ceased or schools buy-back services as they do at the moment.

The table below summarises the areas we wish the Forum to consider and further
information is included in appendix 1. The Forum needs to consider each area separately
and may:
     Reject the proposal in full on the basis that the activity should cease or be subject to
      a buy back arrangements
     Approve the proposal in full, or
     Approve the proposal in part.

For the avoidance of doubt, the Forum is not being asked to approve the detailed revised
staffing structures or how the services operate in the future. These aspects would be
subject to further consultation. The intention is that the information provided in Appendix
1 provides the Forum with clear information on the type of service that could be provided.

Table 10: Service Area Proposals funded by an increase in the CEL

                                                          £ per DSG funded
                Areas                          £
                                                                pupil

EOTAS currently Devolved Grants               £189,300             £5
Managed Moves                          £150,000                    £4
Behaviour Service & SAFE
                                       £467,000                   £11
Adolescence Service
School Sports Partnership: Matched
                                        £96,000                    £2
funding
Diploma Formula Grant: Funding
2011-12 commitments (one year           £66,800                    £2
only)
School Improvement and School Partnerships
Strand 1. Supporting, Achievement
                                       £465,000                   £11
and Curriculum
Strand 2. Supporting e-learning -
                                       £278,000                    £7
CLC offer
Strand 3. Supporting Leadership and
                                       £215,000                    £5
Professional Development
Strand 4 Supporting Inclusion          £493,000                   £12
Strand 5 Supporting Integrated
                                       £450,000                   £11
working
Total                                £2,870,100                   £69
Before making decisions on these matters, the Forum is referred to the summary in
Section D below.

SECTION D: SUMMARY OF PRESSURES AND POSSIBLE INCREASES IN THE CEL
Taken together the pressures and possible increases would require the application of the
whole of the currently retained grants and also a small negative MFG. Table 11 provides
the information:

Table 11: Funding Pressures and an increase in the CEL

                                                    £ per DSG
               Areas                      £           funded
                                                       Pupil
 Pressures and Priorities
 Pressures                            £3,387,100            £82
 Potential increases in CEL for
                                      £2,870,100            £69
 Grants
 Total                                £6,257,200           £151

 Potential Sources of Funding
 Current Related Grants               £5,827,400           £141
 Devolved EOTAS Grants                  £189,300             £5
 Devolved Diploma Formula Grant          £26,300             £1
 Negative MFG of -0.1%                  £214,200             £5
 Total                                £6,257,200           £151


Notes
*Rounding error of £1 in total
The potential sources of funding may be adjusted depending on the Financing School
Regulations.

SECTION E: PUPIL PREMIUM
As part of the settlement for schools, the government announced the introduction of a pupil
premium. The main aspects of the premium are that funding will be allocated to:

      Pupils in Reception to Year 11 who are known to be entitled to free schools meals
       at a rate of £430 per pupil
      Service children identified on a school roll in the same Year groups receive £200
      Looked After Children are covered and £430 will be allocated to the responsible
       local authority

Further changes are expected in future years, for example, including children in the count
who have been entitled to free school meals in the past. The government has stated that
over time the pupil premium would be the main method of allocating deprivation funding to
schools.

Based on January 2010 data it is estimated that Ealing schools would receive over £4.0m.
An indicative allocation for the pupil premium for each school is included in appendix 2.
SECTION F: CHANGES TO THE SCHOOLS FUNDING FORMULA
Mainstreaming Grants
The table below shows the total, including retained funding, for mainstreamed grants and
the basis on which the devolved part was allocated in 2010-11.

Table 12: Formula for Mainstreamed Grants

           Grants                   Total                         Formula
 School Stds Grant                £6,710,739    Flat rate and amount per pupil
                                                Amount per pupil, FSM and Low Prior
 School Stds Grant (P)            £2,871,878
                                                Attainment
 School Development Grant                       Many original sub-formulae and targeted
                             £15,272,078
 Total                                          allocations
 School Lunch Grant             £488,161        70% pupil Nos and 30% FSM.
 Ethnic Minority Achievement £4,620,846         Complex local formulae
 1 2 1 Tuition                £1,641,338        Low Prior Attainment
 Extended Schools
                              £1,067,013        No formula
 Sustainability
 Extended Schools
                              £1,017,735        Entitlement to Free School Meals
 Disadvantage Subsidy
 Primary National Strategy    £1,248,991        Lump sum. For part mostly no formula
 Secondary National Strategy    £377,234        Low prior attainment
 Diploma Formula                 £66,848        Diploma learners
 Exceptional Circumstances
                                £281,000        No formula
 Grant
 London Pay Award Grant       £1,133,000        Not allocated
 Total Grant Mainstreamed £36,796,861

The DfE have proposed to mainstream a number of specific grants. Regulations will be
amended to allow local authorities to include in their formula factors that allow the grants to
be allocated the basis of an amount or cash basis that schools receive currently.

This method is relatively straightforward and avoids turbulence but does mean that this
would effectively firm up previous allocations to schools when the basis for the allocations
may no longer be relevant. In addition, there is possibly a case for reviewing some of the
allocations in the light of the introduction of the pupil premium over time.

What is proposed is a mix of both approaches. It is proposed to allocate through
appropriate formula factors for grants that will be excluded from the MFG and all other
grants at the same cash level for the grants that were devolved to schools. This will
support a greater level of transparency as the grants are transferred and provide time for
discussions with schools in the coming year on possible changes to the school funding
formula and any national changes that may be made as the current settlement is for one
year. Table 13 overleaf shows these proposals for each grant in detail:
Table 13: Integrating Grants into the Schools Funding Formula

                                 Proposed Formula: Current Devolved
            Grants              Amount Only less any agreed exclusions

                             Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
 School Stds Grant
                             received in 2010-11
                             Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
 School Stds Grant (P)
                             received in 2010-11
 School Development Grant Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
 Total                       received in 2010-11, less Northolt EAZ
 School Lunch Grant          Add to Free School Meals Factor
                             Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
 Ethnic Minority Achievement
                             received in 2010-11
                             Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
 1 2 1 Tuition
                             received in 2010-11
 Extended Schools
                             Subject to Secretary of State‟s decision
 Sustainability
 Extended Schools            Allocate as fixed cash allocation a school
 Disadvantage Subsidy        received in 2010-11
 Primary National Strategy   Low Prior Attainment
 Secondary National Strategy Low Prior Attainment
 Diploma Formula             Subject to Schools Forum Decision


SECTION G: BASELINE BUDGETS FOR SCHOOLS
Appendix 2 shows the proposed baseline budget for all schools. These have been created
on the basis of the recommendations in this report being agreed and Secretary of State
approving the exclusions set out in this report. That is, the budgets do not include funding
for the items we have asked the Forum to consider retaining.


SECTION H: OTHER FORMULA ISSUES

Federations
Currently any schools that federate retain two separate budgets. The proposed
regulations would enable a single budget to be set for schools in a Federation, which
avoids funding having to be apportioned between schools. The proposed regulations
would also allow Council‟s to introduce formula factors in relation to schools that are
federated. For example, this could provide pump priming funding for new federations or
allow adjustments to be made due to efficiencies achieved by federating schools.

It is not intended to make any changes to Ealing‟s formula for 2011-12.

Early Years Funding Formula
These regulations cover the new arrangements for funding early years providers.

BSF Support to High Schools and Police in Schools
Within the lump sum factor for High Schools there is an allocation of £465,000 for BSF
support and £240,000 towards police officers in schools. Of the BSF funding only
£100,000 is now required, £50,000 each for Cardinal Wiseman and Dormers Wells High
Schools. The funding agreement for Police Officers in schools ceased at the end of
November and the MET Police are now funding these posts in full.
This leaves £605,000 to be re-allocated within the budget. In 2011-12 this amount will be
included in the calculation of the MFG, but it needs to be re-allocated through the formula.

Some of the funding will be reallocated to primary schools that join the expansion of places
capital programme in 2011. However, this will still leave the balance to be re-allocated to
schools.

It is proposed that this amount is used to:

      Fund additional places required in High schools, particularly in Years 8 and 10;
      The balance to be allocated through existing formula factors

Carbon Reduction Commitment Energy Efficiency Scheme (CRC)
The CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme, previously known as the Carbon Reduction
Commitment, is a new mandatory energy saving and carbon emissions reduction scheme
for the UK. The CSR announced that the scheme will now operate as a tax but will still
provide some incentive to improve energy efficiency to reduce the level of tax.

The Local Authority is currently calculating its liability and Schools will have to share a
proportion of the new tax as the Schools estate is a large proportion of the Authorities
property portfolio. One option would be a top slice from the DSG and this will need to be
agreed in February 2011. The other is to allocate the tax to individual schools, though this
would be complex to implement.

The views of the Forum are welcomed.


4. Financial
Any financial implications of this report are financed within the ring fenced Dedicated
Schools Grant.


5. Legal
The Schools Forum Regulations 2010 require the council to consult the schools forum in
connection with the authorities functions relating to the schools budget, namely:

Arrangements for the education of pupils with special educational needs
Arrangements for the use of pupil referral units and the education of children otherwise
than at school
Arrangements for early years provision
Arrangements for insurance
Administrative arrangements for the allocation of central government grants paid to
schools via the authority
Arrangements for free school meals

The terms of any proposed contract for supplies or services (being a contract paid or to be
paid out of the authority‟s schools budget where the estimated value of the proposed
contract is not les that the threshold which applies to the authority for that proposed
contract pursuant to regulation 8 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2006 at least one
month prior to invitations to tender.

And any other matters concerning the funding of schools as the authority sees fit.
The Schools Finance (England) Regulations 2008 prescribe other matters on which the
Local Authority is required to consult or to seek the approval of the Schools Forum. The
government is consulting on draft Schools Finance (England ) Regulations 2011.

Under the current regulations the Local Authority is required to consult the forum on
changes to the formula for determination of school budget shares.

The Local Authority is required to seek the approval of the forum in relation to:

Breaches of the central expenditure limit

Increases in central expenditure on

       Prudential borrowing
       Termination of employment costs
       Combined services
       Schools‟ specific contingency
       Special Educational Needs Transport

Changes to the Minimum Funding Guaruntee in specified circumstances

In each of these cases, the local authority can appeal to the DfE if the Schools Forum
rejects its proposal

Para 2A of Schedule 14 Schools Standards and Framework Act 1998 requires Local
Authorities to submit to the schools forum for approval any proposals to revise their
scheme for financing schools.

The DfE announced in December 2010 that Local Authorities may vary the operation of
the MFG in certain circumstances with the approval of the Schools Forum. These
circumstances are listed below. In all other cases proposals to vary the MFG must be
approved by the Secretary of State:

      Where a variation to the coverage of the MFG (the list of exceptions in the
       regulations which are outside its scope) has previously been approved by the
       schools forum or Secretary of State and did not have a specified time limit; if it
       applied only to the 2008-11 spending review period, for example, then a new
       application would need to be made. Variations to the level of the MFG which were
       for more than one year would not remain in place but would require a new
       application to the Secretary of State;

      The proposed variation applies to the implementation of the early years single
       funding formula in isolation. It would therefore have to apply only to schools with
       early years provision and not seek to exclude mainstreamed grants from the MFG
       coverage;

      The proposed variation would result in a higher level of MFG than -1.5% (for
       example, -1% per pupil);

      The proposed variation relates only to the Diploma formula grant, which has been
       paid to schools based on actual numbers taking Diplomas, and/or the targeted
       elements of primary and secondary National Strategies grant, which were given to
       schools explicitly on a one-year basis.
LAs may, if they wish, apply for disapplication of the MFG in relation to other
mainstreamed grants and formula factors. Such proposals will need to be approved by the
Secretary of State.

6. Value For Money
This report is concerned with allocating funding between schools and for specific
purposes. In reaching decisions on these matters the Forum will want to satisfy itself that
the proposals in this report represent good value for money.

7. Sustainability Impact Appraisal
The proposal to introduce a Carbon Tax will encourage schools to improve energy
efficiency.

8. Risk Management
The report identifies significant risks associated with changes in the grant funding system
and increases in population and proposes ways in which the risks can be managed.

9. Community Safety
None.

10. Links to the 5 Priorities for the Borough
The report is concerned with securing educational services for children and young people
and in also ensuring that value for money in delivered.

11. Equalities, Human Rights and Community Cohesion
The report is concerned with seeking the views of the Schools Forum. With regard to
school baseline budgets it is proposed to set these on a very similar basis to 2010-11 so
no policy changes to the formula are proposed. The introduction of the pupil premium is a
national policy initiative, which the authority is required to pass on to schools. Some
centrally retained services are funded by grants that are to be mainstreamed. The Council
has asked the Forum to continue to fund certain of these services by increasing the
Central Expenditure Limit. If the limit is not increased the funds will be allocated to schools
directly. The Council has a right to appeal to the Secretary of State against the decision of
the Forum. Depending the decisions made by the Forum/Secretary of State, full EIAs may
be required when Cabinet is asked to consider proposals to bring centrally retained
expenditure within the agreed limit.

12. Staffing/Workforce and Accommodation implications:
There are potentially significant staffing implications but at this stage these are not
quantifiable.

13. Property and Assets
The Carbon Tax will provide an incentive for the service to monitor and reduce energy
consumption.

14. Any other implications
None.

15. Consultation
The purpose of this report is to consult the Schools Forum before decisions are made.

16. Timetable for Implementation
School budgets will be provided to schools by the end of March 2011

17. Appendices
Appendix 1: Further information on proposals for Strands 1 to 5
Appendix 2: Baseline School Budgets 2011-12

18. Background Information
DfE consultation documents on School Funding including the Pupil Premium.

DfE funding settlement       for   schools,   various   documents     available   from
www.education.gov.uk
                                                                                                 Appendix 1

                  The future of Services to Schools in Ealing
                          Proposal to Schools Forum February 9th 2011
Managed Moves and SAFE Adolescent Service

                                                                               £ per DSG funded
                         Areas                                     £
                                                                                      pupil
Managed Moves                                                       £150,000            £4
SAFE Adolescent Service
                                                                    £467,000           £11
(9fte staff)

Managed Moves
The funding requested would replace Ealing high schools current system of a per pupil charge for managed
moves to EOTAS provision. Funding the cost as part of a schools‟ contribution would spread the cost
equally across all schools. The per pupil charge has been debated by schools over the last year and this
option could present a preferable alternative for schools. However, it would mean that schools that did not
refer any or many students would pay the same as a school using more places. The EOTAS service relies
on this funding to make provision for managed moves and the service would cease if funding were not
secured to make the provision.


SAFE Adolescent Service
The School Development Grant (previously BIP/BEST funding) has financed schools facing posts in the
SAFE AS and allowed development of a multi-agency early intervention model of delivery in high schools.
This funding is now directly passported to schools.

Requested funding will maintain the existing number of Cluster Coordinators / Behaviour Consultants in
SAFE AS and continue the good access in high schools for young people and staff to specialist advice and
support, through mental health interventions, Clinical Psychology, substance misuse and specialist family
work. The funding will safeguard the existing service provided in each secondary school whilst the SAFE
AS model is reviewed in partnership with schools in the light of government strategy.

Behaviour and Attendance Consultant
This post supports secondary and primary schools in behaviour and attendance, SEAL and particularly the
National Programme for Specialist Leaders in Behaviour and Attendance (NPSLBA). The current cohort of
65 school staff includes SLT members, teaching and support staff working on action research projects in 11
secondary schools, I special school and 6 primaries. Heads‟ evaluations received for the first cohort to
graduate have been excellent with regard to the impact in schools. The work has been extended in Ealing
and is offered at Masters Level in partnership with Middlesex University who also contribute to funding the
local delivery in Ealing. In addition, the role provides: B&A leadership support and challenge; behaviour
networks, cross school collaboration and sharing of good practice; specific behaviour interventions e.g. roll
out of „deep dive‟ review of high school behaviour pilot; sharing of research, expertise and advice in a variety
of forums, seminars and meetings; support for non teaching support staff needs e.g. the learning mentors‟
forum.

The capacity building for B&A across Ealing schools could not be facilitated by the LA without the post and
the current NPSLBA cohorts of school staff would need to be revised and possibly phased out over the next
3-6 months if no funding were secured.
School Improvement and School Partnerships

Ealing LA is modelling the prioritisation of services to schools from April 2011 to ensure that we are in a
strong position to meet expectations outlined in the recent White Paper (November 2010) and those likely to
arise from the SEN Green Paper and Education Bill.

       A strong role for local Authorities in “driving up standards for all children in all schools”
       LA as champions of educational excellence and choice for parents and children
       Supporting schools who want to work together to share expertise
       First in line to tackle failure where it exists – supporting schools below new floor to improve or
        convert to Academy status
       Supporting vulnerable pupils including SEN and LAC to access high quality provision that meets
        their needs

This paper sets out how we proposed to resource our statutory functions and how we might best support the
needs of schools (as expressed through detailed consultations and an external review compiled by Price
Waterhouse Coopers) in the context of significant funding challenges.
Our approach to school improvement in Ealing in recent years has been underpinned by the value we attach
to interdependence and collective responsibility for outcomes. We are committed to tackling intractable
challenges facing children and young people, such as closing attainment gaps, by strengthening networks
and collaboration. We believe that by fostering innovation, developing leadership and sharing expertise, we
are more likely to find new solutions to these challenges. This proposal sets out an offer to all schools to
support them in driving their improvement priorities
We recognise the considerable challenge of retaining a high quality team, with the local intelligence and
qualities needed to work in partnership with schools, with an overall central budget of just over £1.2M
compared with the £6.2M used to support School Improvement and Partnerships in previous years.

We are therefore seeking a contribution from schools of up to £1.37M for School Improvement and 525K
for Partnerships over the next two years, via the new DSG (grants previously used to fund these services)
to fund a new Schools Effectiveness Service. This service will not only be fit to meet our statutory
requirements but also responsive in supporting schools to meet current and new challenges. This initial two
year investment will support the realisation of the following broad aims:
     To develop and implement, in partnership with schools, a local vision for excellence and innovation
     To fulfil all statutory functions to a high standard including providing professional challenge to
        schools causing concern, brokering support where needed, quality assuring provision for SEN
        students and commissioning high quality post 16 provision
     To work with wider children‟s services to ensure coherent and effective support for children so that
        every child is able to succeed
     To facilitate networks and partnerships that sustain and further develop the capacity of schools to
        respond effectively to the challenges and opportunities within the new national context
     To deliver high quality improvement services, upon request, within and beyond the LA, and facilitate
        schools who wish to extend their role as partners in sharing services and expertise

By 2013, we anticipate that our new ways of working will have reached a level of maturity that will support
the evolution of a more sophisticated buy-back model or SLA through local agreements with clusters of
schools working together. The funding and service delivery scenarios are outlined below.
Services to schools – What will schools get under different funding scenarios?

Current scenario
Two separate service areas “School Improvement” and “School Partnerships”
                               School Improvement 2010 – 2011

Core                                            1.097M
Grants                                          3.1M

                                             Total 4.2M
                                          72 FTE + 25 SIPS


 Staffing deployed to carry out statutory duties:
 School Improvement Partners – Challenge; Monitoring standards; target-setting; advising Headteacher
    performance management
 Management of SIPs
 School categorisation for support
 Intervention in schools in inverse proportion to need
 Schools Causing Concern (2006 Education Act)
    - intervention;
    - monitoring;
    - driving improvement;
    - appointing new governors
    - internal inspection;
    - warning notices
    - IEBs
    - establishing federations or improvement partnerships;
    - school closure
 SEN monitoring and provision, quality assurance, access, accountability
 Early Intervention programmes
 14-19 Commissioning
 14-19 Information Advice and Guidance
 Early Years Foundation Stage and KS1 and KS2 moderation
 Inspection of provision for Children Educated at Home
 Newly Qualified Teachers reporting and independent quality assurance function and additional core
    functions linked to local priorities (facilitation, delivery linked to CYPP) include
      Leadership development programmes
      Senior and middle leader networks for schools
      Speech and Language Programme provision
      Packages of support to improve provision, teaching and learning, behaviour and attendance in
          EYFS, KS1, KS2, KS3, KS4
      Ethnic Minority Achievement Service
      Travellers Service
      Music Service
      Sports Partnerships
      City Learning Centres (ICT)
      Ealing Diploma and Enterprise Centre- Facilitation and QA
      Education Action Zone Northolt Learning Partnership- support
      Integrated Working Pilots in areas of high deprivation
      Support for raising attainment and closing gaps at all key stages
      Support for curriculum development at all key stages
      Senior level support including support for self-evaluation and Ofsted issues
      Facilitation of school to school support links
                                School Partnerships 2010 – 2011

Core                                                120K
Grants and other funding                            2.2M

                                           Total 2.32M
                                             36 FTE


Staffing deployed to carry out strategic duties:
     CPD and Ealing Education Centre
     Communications including EGfL
     Governance development (inc strategy, self-review,
     Governance support – database, GB advice, support to clerks
     Workforce development (inc restructuring, performance management, generic job roles)
     Health development and partnerships (inc Pyramid Scheme, HRBS, PSHE)
     Extended schools (inc core offer, income/resource generation, multi-agency infrastructure)
     Children‟s Workforce
     Community cohesion (inc. anti-bullying)
     Locality working and commissioning



                           School Improvement and Partnership 2010 – 2011

Core                                            1.217M

Grants                                          5.3 M



                                              Total 6.217 M

                                                108 FTE
Service Planning from April 2011
Scenario 1 – No bid

A slim service to the council (combining previous functions under School Improvement and
Partnerships) for delivery of statutory functions, priorities agreed by the council to serve residents,
in consultation with schools

Funding: Central core only 1.217M
2011 - 2012                    2012 – 2013                          2013 - 2014
1.217M                         1M                                   900K

14-15 FTE estimate inc           13 FTE estimate inc admin          11 FTE estimate inc admin
admin*

Monitoring quality and provision

      Monitoring of schools – mainly desk-top approach
      Challenge to schools BELOW new government floor target - use of intervention powers where
       necessary for schools causing concern – brokering and monitoring structural interventions and
       improvement partnerships (not providing the support)
      Minimum link contact with other schools – prioritised to anticipate schools at risk and identify issues
       that need attention across more than one school
      Very limited offer to some Level 3 schools of additional strategic support – brokerage of partnerships
      Advice to Headteacher panels but buy-back for any recruitment advice
      NQT Reporting – i.e. statutory administration not induction
      16-19 Commissioning: Provision and Participation– area-wide strategy – mix and balanced provision
       to meet needs of 16-19 year olds and secure full participation including LLDD (24)
       SEN Monitoring, advice and guidance – shaped by Green Paper (likely to increase)
       Monitoring of provision for Children Educated at Home
      SACRE – Standing Advisory Council on Religious Education – monitoring, guidance
      Support for school governance membership – data-base

Communications and knowledge sharing
    Information sharing through minimal briefing structure i.e. HT briefings; leadership networks focused
     on area-wide priorities
    EGFL Basic Infrastructure – gatekeeping – Director‟s Report

Contractual
    Ongoing contractual arrangements e.g. EDEC


*Excludes Music Service and Travellers Service (separate review following grant announcements)
    Scenario 2 - Proposal to Schools Forum with options strands

A service, shaped around the areas schools have identified as having highest priority or greatest
value in recent consultations. Full proposal builds capacity for service evolution through income
generation from schools and wider clients – i.e. for longer term sustainability
Core + agreement by schools on retained funding – up to 1.9M
2011 - 2012                    2012 – 2013                       2013 - 2014
1.217                          1M                                900K

Top-slice up to 1.376M School Improvement + 525k Partnerships = 1.901Million

                                 Maximum combined service total 3.17M
                                 Maximum FTE Total up to 44 inc admin*



What this might look like for schools?

In addition to those elements highlighted above, additional capacity would be retained to develop strategic
leadership of a coherent, integrated locality focused service. The exact offer to schools will be shaped by the
resource agreed by Schools Forum, the staffing available and the priorities identified by schools. Some
services will be a universal offer and others might be offered on a buy back basis. Capacity to facilitate work
with schools to bid for additional resources e.g. the new Collaboration Incentive and Education Endowment
Fund would also be possible.

Strand 1. Supporting, Achievement and Curriculum (up to 6 posts 465k)


       Capacity to provide additional entitlement to link officer support according to school needs – share
        local intelligence; anticipate risks; broker support; signpost resources across Children‟s Services i.e.
        wider, broader remit than current SIP (all schools - offer to be refined)
       Additional Capacity to provide support for senior leaders e.g HTPM advice, departmental reviews
        (buy back)
       Capacity to support self-evaluation and quality assurance including facilitating peer support (partly
        on buy back basis)
       Facilitation of some existing and evolving senior and middle leadership networks as vehicle for
        sharing effective practice and developing collaborative approaches to common challenges e.g.
        curriculum change; new arrivals strategy (all schools)
       Capacity to provide support and advice on areas of local priority e.g. transitions, e-learning,
        assessment, literacy, foundation learning (partly on buy-back basis)
       Capacity to facilitate further specific school-to-school support to meet challenges of new policy
        agenda e.g. KS1 Reading assessment, National Curriculum Change and English Bacc (all schools-
        offer to be refined)

Strand 2. Supporting e-learning - CLC offer – see separate bid (up to 5 posts 278k)
     New ICT/MLE support offer through transition from CLC to school-based support menu 2012-2013

Strand 3. Supporting Leadership and Professional Development
(1 School Improvement post 75K + 1 Partnerships post 75K)

       Leadership and administration to support the continuation and extension of school to school
        networks, learning communities and cluster projects determined by school needs (all schools)
       Facilitation of links with NCSL – Middle leadership clusters (all schools)
       Potential to offer development programme for NQTs, ASTs and Leading Teachers (all schools)
       Leadership and administration of a school-to-school directory and web-based system for exchanging
        resources and expertise (all schools)
       Management of training and development activities for schools including on-line booking system (all
        schools)
       Support for change management processes and staff restructures (basic entitlement plus buy
        back)
       Support for strengthening governance (basic entitlement all schools)

Strand 4 Supporting Inclusion (up to 7 posts 493k)
      SEN Leadership development support (basic entitlement for all schools)
      Capacity to support schools in developing and implementing SEN strategy including effective
       provision mapping
      Capacity to support schools in responding to outcomes of SEN Green Paper
      Capacity to support schools in Gap Closing projects – including bids for additional funding
      Capacity to provide and co-ordinate parental -school links with local BME communities – (partly buy
       back)
      Capacity to support schools in developing strategy for new arrivals – (partly buy back)
      Continuation of Early Intervention Programmes ECAT; ECC; ECAR

Strand 5 Supporting Integrated working (Partnerships up to 6 posts 450K)

      Area-based multi-agency partnership infrastructure to support wider development of children
       (especially most vulnerable/disadvantaged) building upon quadrants and extended school
       partnerships i.e. link professional/central coordinator for areas in Ealing- intended to improve
       interface between schools and wider support services for children (all schools)
      Support for health development and education – and in targeting health inequalities (Schools‟ role
       Public Health White Paper Dec 2010)- (all schools)




* Ealing Education Centre is not included here because it is part of separate SLA with schools. Its
future depends on the configuration of teams under scenario 2.
Ealing Music Service is not included in this proposal – awaiting grant position
Ealing Travellers’ Service – separate review

Schools will want to know what level of support they can expect if the service is developed through
this proposal. We will provide some more detailed illustrations linked to each strand following the
                                 th
Schools Forum pre-meeting on 20 January.

Strand 2 is included as a separate paper for consideration.




                                                th
Paper presented to Schools Forum pre-meeting 20 January 2011 by
Julie Lewis – Assistant Director School Improvement
Bob Anderson – Assistant Director Partnerships
               Strand 2      Summary of proposal for future City Learning Centre services

Bid £278 Staffing cost

A business plan is currently being developed by the CLC Director that will provide detailed background
information and analysis to support this document. This summary provides a brief overview of the proposed
services for the next financial year and the resources required to support the plan until the project becomes
self-financing.

Rationale
The proposal is being developed in reponse to the cut in revenue and capital funding to the CLC
programme from April 2011. Even in the context of reduced school budgets and changing national
educational priorities we believe that there is a real need for schools to ensure that they use technology
effectively to support improvement and to reduce the risks of poor investment. Reduction in CLC and IT
services across London provide additional opportunities to fill the gaps and generate income.

    Scope
The proposal covers a range of services to be provided directly and with some external partners for schools
in Ealing and the surrounding area. The key areas of service are:

Services                                             Further information

1. Strategic and development support for ICT         In partnership with Co-centra. Programme of
including:                                           CPD modules developed with exclusive rights to
- Leadership, project management, change             deliver to neighbouring London boroughs.
management and transformation support                Range of packages available from £400 - £2500.
- Support for the MLE and other digital teaching     Capacity to deliver from current contacts and by
and learning developments                            developing school based staff.
- Curriculum change design and support
- CPD and operational training
            - Safeguarding

2.    Technological   developments      (cloud       Discussions with BT – service being developed –
services) CPD and change leadership support -        income from per pupil fee included in contract
                                                     with BT. Capacity to deliver from staff, current
                                                     contacts and by developing school based staff.

3. Curriculum development and delivery:14-19         Development of core CLC role.
including provision of sessional staff to schools,   Potential for school based „CLC‟ sites to promote
curriculum workshops and commissioning hub           developments in teaching and learning as part of
for school to school support in relation to ICT      the new teaching school infrastructure.
(linked to school based „CLC‟ locations and          Capacity to deliver from current staff and
potential teaching school developments)              contacts and by developing school based staff.

4. International partnerships - support for          Scope for service to be provided outside Ealing.
schools to access a range of international           Income from admin fee.
opportunities


Scope
The range of services builds on the success of the current CLC offer and the perceived needs of
schools. All services have the potential to be self financing and could be run by schools in the future.

All aspects of the offer with the exception of the site based lettings for Acton could take place without
the Acton site although it would be preferable if the site could continue the legacy as an outreach centre
with promoting the innovative use of ICT in teaching and learning if developed as a Sixth Form centre.

Objectives
The objectives of the services are;
         to ensure that schools in Ealing and beyond remain at the cutting edge in the use of
             technology to support teaching, learning and achievement
         to link schools with international opportunities to inform school improvement and global
             links
         to support schools in cost effective ICT development including curriculum delivery

Success criteria
Initially success criteria will be linked to the operation of the service and income generated as well as
the impact on pupil outcomes as evaluated by the schools. The service will be required to break even
within a financial year.

Risks and Constraints
The follow areas could prevent or constrain the success of the proposal:

       Contextual challenges – changing to a more competitive and commercial approach requires a
        change in culture and skill set including effective marketing of the services
       Competitors – there may be other organisations providing similar services including schools
       Capacity – ensuring that there is sufficient capacity to meet commitments.

Assumptions
The main assumption is that there will be funding available for one year to support the development of
the model. Depending on the scope of the model the following funding is requested:

Staffing : CLC Strategic Manager, CLC Programme Development Manager, CLC Lead Teacher
(Curriculum Design and Development), CLC Technical Support, CLC Administrator (£277,289)

Some additional revenue costs for consumables and accommodation (£50,000)

It is assumed that some income could be generated within the first term to cover some of these costs. If
the Acton building is available for 2011-12 the lettings income could also off set some of the costs but
costs of running the building would be incurred.

Quality assurance
All new services will be trialled and quality assured with initial customers. Some aspects of the
service are building on existing services which have received positive feedback. All services will be
evaluated by customers and adapted in response. External staff will require references and
recommendations.


Angela Doherty
January 2011
First Indicative School Budgets                                                                                                    Appendix 2



                                   Total          Add                                Add Early                     Total     Indicative      FSM
                                                                          Add YPLA                Add Pupil
DfE No            School Name     Formula     Mainstreamed     ADD MFG                Years                     Indicative     Pupil      Entitlement
                                                                           2010-11                Premium
                                  Factors        Grants                              Formula                    Allocation   Numbers        Pupils



 2005    Berrymede Junior         1,391,098          228,686     19,040                       0        67,510    1,706,334          309           157
 2006    Berrymede Infant         1,203,237          181,049          0                  56,534        58,910    1,499,731          271           137
 2022    East Acton Primary         974,067          176,682      2,516                 113,068        36,980    1,303,314          214            86
 2033    Oldfields Primary        1,283,345          220,713     11,059                 110,807        27,090    1,653,013          345            63
 2046    North Ealing Primary     1,815,160          165,797          0                 113,068        13,760    2,107,786          477            32
 2058    St John's Primary        1,669,408          253,683    133,291                 162,818        55,040    2,274,241          326           128
 2059    St Mark's Primary        1,273,218          147,496      4,488                 108,546        26,660    1,560,408          328            62
 2067    West Twyford Primary       923,638          164,938     41,514                 104,023        22,790    1,256,903          210            53
 2071    West Acton Primary       1,694,677          245,407          0                 110,807        55,470    2,106,361          432           129
 2076    Mayfield Primary         1,160,266          181,114          0                  94,977        27,520    1,463,878          303            64
 2083    Beaconsfield Primary       960,517          176,514     27,929                 117,591        27,520    1,310,071          215            64
 2088    Costons Primary          1,742,966          269,831      6,124                 119,852        47,300    2,186,074          416           110
 2092    Downe Manor Primary      1,647,196          215,485     11,286                 117,591        46,870    2,038,427          379           109
 2094    Drayton Green Primary    1,264,915          181,743    145,557                  79,148        38,270    1,709,633          229            89
 2115    North Primary            1,583,188          200,528     41,731                       0        27,950    1,853,398          428            65
 2121    Ravenor Primary          1,870,431          261,331          0                 124,375        54,610    2,310,747          445           127
 2125    Selborne Primary         1,669,377          221,431      1,663                 108,546        35,690    2,036,707          400            83
 2150    Hambrough Primary        1,492,654          202,166     32,178                 223,875        33,110    1,983,983          413            77
 2151    Hobbayne Primary         1,905,139          195,058          0                 113,068        39,130    2,252,396          451            91
 2153    John Perryn Primary      1,599,489          300,176          0                 110,807        81,270    2,091,742          393           189
 2154    Southfield Primary       1,589,788          213,972      7,573                 108,546        49,020    1,968,899          409           114
 2161    Allenby Primary          1,224,970          167,402     84,386                 113,068        21,930    1,611,757          215            51
 2162    Blair Peach Primary      1,543,777          220,566      9,725                 223,875        29,240    2,027,183          414            68
 2163    Clifton Primary          1,198,301          187,273          0                 113,068        35,690    1,534,333          301            83
 2164    Dairy Meadow Primary     1,526,809          202,161          0                 196,739        34,830    1,960,539          407            81
 2165    Derwentwater Primary     2,377,978          334,186          0                 203,523        91,590    3,007,277          621           213
 2166    Durdan's Park Primary    1,637,798          221,700          0                 223,875        33,540    2,116,913          404            78
 2167    Fielding Primary         2,421,910          219,747          0                 223,875        14,190    2,879,722          679            33
                                   Total          Add                                Add Early                     Total     Indicative      FSM
                                                                          Add YPLA                Add Pupil
DfE No            School Name     Formula     Mainstreamed     ADD MFG                Years                     Indicative     Pupil      Entitlement
                                                                           2010-11                Premium
                                  Factors        Grants                              Formula                    Allocation   Numbers        Pupils



2168     Gifford Primary          2,819,614          333,986     17,564                 217,091       100,620    3,488,875          560           234
2169     Greenwood Primary        1,594,000          197,189          0                 115,330        31,390    1,937,909          399            73
2170     Havelock Primary         1,448,267          256,545          0                 160,557        59,340    1,924,709          349           138
2171     Horsenden Primary        2,620,436          328,415      2,784                 226,137        30,960    3,208,732          718            72
2172     Willow Tree Primary      2,443,539          326,257     65,921                 226,137        87,720    3,149,574          620           204
2173     Lady Margaret Primary    2,138,648          262,522      9,904                 110,807        54,180    2,576,062          568           126
2174     Little Ealing Primary    1,719,299          164,455          0                 176,387         9,460    2,069,600          475            22
2175     Oaklands Primary         1,569,955          217,778      2,599                 176,387        55,040    2,021,758          407           128
2176     Perivale Primary         1,517,838          187,371          0                 113,068        24,940    1,843,217          415            58
2177     Stanhope Primary         2,018,014          253,642     12,929                 113,068        56,330    2,453,983          517           131
2178     Viking Primary             937,766          164,135     40,144                 115,330        30,100    1,287,475          197            70
2179     Wolf Fields Primary      1,266,970          206,348     18,092                 117,591        28,810    1,637,811          322            67
2180     Featherstone Primary     2,571,704          351,586          0                 217,091        82,560    3,222,942          582           192
2181     Three Bridges Primary    1,429,106          239,579     28,102                 113,068        64,930    1,874,785          333           151
2182     Montpelier Primary       2,236,047          228,921          0                 117,591        33,970    2,616,529          610            79
2183     Tudor Primary            1,197,771          198,436     57,023                 110,807        25,800    1,589,837          286            60
2184     Hathaway Primary         1,519,420          251,499      6,317                 110,807        67,940    1,955,983          359           158
2185     Brentside Primary        1,390,026          217,086     24,000                 106,284        46,440    1,783,836          324           108
2186     Vicar's Green Primary      879,335          154,030     14,561                 104,023        12,470    1,164,419          197            29
2187     Grange Primary           2,298,485          302,148          0                 135,682        61,060    2,797,375          590           142
3301     Christchurch Junior      1,204,127          133,119          0                       0        16,770    1,354,016          336            39
3302     St Saviour's Infant        987,525           95,515          0                 124,375         8,170    1,215,585          268            19
3500     Mount Carmel Primary     1,371,447          138,852          0                 115,330         5,160    1,630,789          415            12
3503     OLOV Primary             1,451,305          162,383          0                 115,330        15,910    1,744,928          421            37
3504     St John Fisher Primary   1,473,027          165,896          0                 115,330         8,600    1,762,853          417            20
3505     St Anselm's Primary        868,441          155,850     25,187                  99,500        27,520    1,176,498          202            64
3506     St Gregory's Primary     1,602,435          137,966          0                 113,068        11,180    1,864,650          444            26
3507     St Joseph's Primary      1,463,012          186,302      2,142                 117,591        17,200    1,786,248          417            40
3508     St Raphael's Primary     1,445,028          160,753        104                 117,591        13,760    1,737,236          413            32
3509     St Vincent's Primary     1,480,756          172,753          0                  80,457        33,540    1,767,507          419            78
                                    Total           Add                                  Add Early                      Total      Indicative      FSM
                                                                           Add YPLA                    Add Pupil
DfE No            School Name      Formula      Mainstreamed   ADD MFG                    Years                      Indicative      Pupil      Entitlement
                                                                            2010-11                    Premium
                                   Factors         Grants                                Formula                     Allocation    Numbers        Pupils



3510     Edward Betham Primary      1,525,250          171,944       183                     106,284        22,360     1,826,021          419            52
3511     Petts Hill Primary           986,418          166,423    39,830                     110,807        37,840     1,341,318          197            88
5200     Wood End Junior            1,284,660          190,553         0                           0        41,280     1,516,493          343            96
5201     Wood End Infant            1,309,245          150,874     7,006                     226,137        33,110     1,726,372          329            77
5202     Dormer's Wells Junior      1,525,311          269,408         0                           0        63,640     1,858,360          376           148
5203     Dormer's Wells Infant      1,114,160          165,328         0                     214,830        39,560     1,533,878          268            92
3512     New Khalsa Prim School       787,508           59,882 243,241                       117,591         8,170     1,216,391          155            19
         Total Primary            100,141,213       13,482,565 1,197,693             0     8,153,539     2,501,310   125,476,320       25,101         5,817
4020     Villiers High              5,393,531        1,179,216         0       417,439                     140,180     7,130,367        1,085        326.00
4030     Dormers Wells High         4,686,202        1,522,765     7,660       760,349                     134,160     7,111,137          890        312.00
4031     Featherstone High          6,013,594        1,519,192    23,066     1,545,254                     162,540     9,263,646        1,198        378.00
4035     Acton High                 6,509,386        1,798,472 129,970                                     193,070     8,630,899        1,196        449.00
4036     Elthorne Park High         4,395,101          772,122         0       629,549                      65,360     5,862,132          896        152.00
4602     Twyford High               4,471,964          819,401         0     2,338,072                      46,010     7,675,448          947        107.00
4603     Cardinal Wiseman High      7,025,971        1,064,306         0     2,008,505                      73,960    10,172,742        1,520        172.00
5400     Brentside High             5,566,293        1,488,461 142,296       1,094,711                     145,340     8,437,101        1,110        338.00
5401     Greenford High             6,267,171        1,288,663    14,423     3,127,311                     137,170    10,834,737        1,201        319.00
5402     Ellen Wilkinson High       4,939,338          955,433    29,984     2,028,583                     143,620     8,096,958        1,063        334.00
5403     Drayton Manor High         5,655,927        1,154,297         0     2,199,371                     138,890     9,148,485        1,197        323.00
5404     Northolt High              5,630,386        1,127,979         0     1,337,644                     135,450     8,231,459        1,163        315.00
         Total High                66,554,866       14,690,307 347,400      17,486,788                   1,515,750   100,595,111       13,466         3,525
         Grand Total              166,696,079       28,172,872 1,545,092    17,486,788     8,153,539     4,017,060   226,071,431       38,567         9,342
                                 Illustration of additional funding per pupil for each of the Service Proposals. Actual allocations will depend on the
                                 Formula agreed following consultation with the Schools Forum

                                                  Behaviour
                                                                                                              School    Diploma
                                         Managed Service &
                                 EOTAS @                       Strand 1 Strand 2 Strand 3 Stand 4 Strand 5     Sports   Formula
                                         Moves @    SAFE
DfE No            School Name     £5 per                        @ £12 @ £7 per @ £4 per @ £12        @ £11 Partnerships Grant @                   Total
                                          £4 per Adolescence
                                   pupil                       per pupil pupil    pupil   per pupil per pupil @ £2 per   £2 per
                                          pupil   Service @
                                                                                                                pupil    pupil
                                                 £11 per pupil

2005     Berrymede Junior            1,545      1,236         3,399     3,708     2,163      1,236     3,708     3,399            618       618    21,630
2006     Berrymede Infant            1,355      1,084         2,981     3,252     1,897      1,084     3,252     2,981            542       542    18,970
2022     East Acton Primary          1,070        856         2,354     2,568     1,498        856     2,568     2,354            428       428    14,980
2033     Oldfields Primary           1,725      1,380         3,795     4,140     2,415      1,380     4,140     3,795            690       690    24,150
2046     North Ealing Primary        2,385      1,908         5,247     5,724     3,339      1,908     5,724     5,247            954       954    33,390
2058     St John's Primary           1,630      1,304         3,586     3,912     2,282      1,304     3,912     3,586            652       652    22,820
2059     St Mark's Primary           1,640      1,312         3,608     3,936     2,296      1,312     3,936     3,608            656       656    22,960
2067     West Twyford Primary        1,050        840         2,310     2,520     1,470        840     2,520     2,310            420       420    14,700
2071     West Acton Primary          2,160      1,728         4,752     5,184     3,024      1,728     5,184     4,752            864       864    30,240
2076     Mayfield Primary            1,515      1,212         3,333     3,636     2,121      1,212     3,636     3,333            606       606    21,210
2083     Beaconsfield Primary        1,075        860         2,365     2,580     1,505        860     2,580     2,365            430       430    15,050
2088     Costons Primary             2,080      1,664         4,576     4,992     2,912      1,664     4,992     4,576            832       832    29,120
2092     Downe Manor Primary         1,895      1,516         4,169     4,548     2,653      1,516     4,548     4,169            758       758    26,530
2094     Drayton Green Primary       1,145        916         2,519     2,748     1,603        916     2,748     2,519            458       458    16,030
2115     North Primary               2,140      1,712         4,708     5,136     2,996      1,712     5,136     4,708            856       856    29,960
2121     Ravenor Primary             2,225      1,780         4,895     5,340     3,115      1,780     5,340     4,895            890       890    31,150
2125     Selborne Primary            2,000      1,600         4,400     4,800     2,800      1,600     4,800     4,400            800       800    28,000
2150     Hambrough Primary           2,065      1,652         4,543     4,956     2,891      1,652     4,956     4,543            826       826    28,910
2151     Hobbayne Primary            2,255      1,804         4,961     5,412     3,157      1,804     5,412     4,961            902       902    31,570
2153     John Perryn Primary         1,965      1,572         4,323     4,716     2,751      1,572     4,716     4,323            786       786    27,510
2154     Southfield Primary          2,045      1,636         4,499     4,908     2,863      1,636     4,908     4,499            818       818    28,630
2161     Allenby Primary             1,075        860         2,365     2,580     1,505        860     2,580     2,365            430       430    15,050
2162     Blair Peach Primary         2,070      1,656         4,554     4,968     2,898      1,656     4,968     4,554            828       828    28,980
2163     Clifton Primary             1,505      1,204         3,311     3,612     2,107      1,204     3,612     3,311            602       602    21,070
2164     Dairy Meadow Primary        2,035      1,628         4,477     4,884     2,849      1,628     4,884     4,477            814       814    28,490
2165     Derwentwater Primary        3,105      2,484         6,831     7,452     4,347      2,484     7,452     6,831          1,242     1,242    43,470
                                  Illustration of additional funding per pupil for each of the Service Proposals. Actual allocations will depend on the
                                  Formula agreed following consultation with the Schools Forum

                                                   Behaviour
                                                                                                               School    Diploma
                                          Managed Service &
                                  EOTAS @                       Strand 1 Strand 2 Strand 3 Stand 4 Strand 5     Sports   Formula
                                          Moves @    SAFE
DfE No            School Name      £5 per                        @ £12 @ £7 per @ £4 per @ £12        @ £11 Partnerships Grant @                   Total
                                           £4 per Adolescence
                                    pupil                       per pupil pupil    pupil   per pupil per pupil @ £2 per   £2 per
                                           pupil   Service @
                                                                                                                 pupil    pupil
                                                  £11 per pupil

2166     Durdan's Park Primary        2,020      1,616         4,444     4,848     2,828      1,616     4,848     4,444            808       808    28,280
2167     Fielding Primary             3,395      2,716         7,469     8,148     4,753      2,716     8,148     7,469          1,358     1,358    47,530
2168     Gifford Primary              2,800      2,240         6,160     6,720     3,920      2,240     6,720     6,160          1,120     1,120    39,200
2169     Greenwood Primary            1,995      1,596         4,389     4,788     2,793      1,596     4,788     4,389            798       798    27,930
2170     Havelock Primary             1,745      1,396         3,839     4,188     2,443      1,396     4,188     3,839            698       698    24,430
2171     Horsenden Primary            3,590      2,872         7,898     8,616     5,026      2,872     8,616     7,898          1,436     1,436    50,260
2172     Willow Tree Primary          3,100      2,480         6,820     7,440     4,340      2,480     7,440     6,820          1,240     1,240    43,400
2173     Lady Margaret Primary        2,840      2,272         6,248     6,816     3,976      2,272     6,816     6,248          1,136     1,136    39,760
2174     Little Ealing Primary        2,375      1,900         5,225     5,700     3,325      1,900     5,700     5,225            950       950    33,250
2175     Oaklands Primary             2,035      1,628         4,477     4,884     2,849      1,628     4,884     4,477            814       814    28,490
2176     Perivale Primary             2,075      1,660         4,565     4,980     2,905      1,660     4,980     4,565            830       830    29,050
2177     Stanhope Primary             2,585      2,068         5,687     6,204     3,619      2,068     6,204     5,687          1,034     1,034    36,190
2178     Viking Primary                 985        788         2,167     2,364     1,379        788     2,364     2,167            394       394    13,790
2179     Wolf Fields Primary          1,610      1,288         3,542     3,864     2,254      1,288     3,864     3,542            644       644    22,540
2180     Featherstone Primary         2,910      2,328         6,402     6,984     4,074      2,328     6,984     6,402          1,164     1,164    40,740
2181     Three Bridges Primary        1,665      1,332         3,663     3,996     2,331      1,332     3,996     3,663            666       666    23,310
2182     Montpelier Primary           3,050      2,440         6,710     7,320     4,270      2,440     7,320     6,710          1,220     1,220    42,700
2183     Tudor Primary                1,430      1,144         3,146     3,432     2,002      1,144     3,432     3,146            572       572    20,020
2184     Hathaway Primary             1,795      1,436         3,949     4,308     2,513      1,436     4,308     3,949            718       718    25,130
2185     Brentside Primary            1,620      1,296         3,564     3,888     2,268      1,296     3,888     3,564            648       648    22,680
2186     Vicar's Green Primary          985        788         2,167     2,364     1,379        788     2,364     2,167            394       394    13,790
2187     Grange Primary               2,950      2,360         6,490     7,080     4,130      2,360     7,080     6,490          1,180     1,180    41,300
3301     Christchurch Junior          1,680      1,344         3,696     4,032     2,352      1,344     4,032     3,696            672       672    23,520
3302     St Saviour's Infant          1,340      1,072         2,948     3,216     1,876      1,072     3,216     2,948            536       536    18,760
3500     Mount Carmel Primary         2,075      1,660         4,565     4,980     2,905      1,660     4,980     4,565            830       830    29,050
3503     OLOV Primary                 2,105      1,684         4,631     5,052     2,947      1,684     5,052     4,631            842       842    29,470
3504     St John Fisher Primary       2,085      1,668         4,587     5,004     2,919      1,668     5,004     4,587            834       834    29,190
                                  Illustration of additional funding per pupil for each of the Service Proposals. Actual allocations will depend on the
                                  Formula agreed following consultation with the Schools Forum

                                                   Behaviour
                                                                                                               School    Diploma
                                          Managed Service &
                                  EOTAS @                       Strand 1 Strand 2 Strand 3 Stand 4 Strand 5     Sports   Formula
                                          Moves @    SAFE
DfE No            School Name      £5 per                        @ £12 @ £7 per @ £4 per @ £12        @ £11 Partnerships Grant @                   Total
                                           £4 per Adolescence
                                    pupil                       per pupil pupil    pupil   per pupil per pupil @ £2 per   £2 per
                                           pupil   Service @
                                                                                                                 pupil    pupil
                                                  £11 per pupil

3505     St Anselm's Primary           1,010       808        2,222      2,424     1,414       808      2,424     2,222            404       404    14,140
3506     St Gregory's Primary          2,220     1,776        4,884      5,328     3,108     1,776      5,328     4,884            888       888    31,080
3507     St Joseph's Primary           2,085     1,668        4,587      5,004     2,919     1,668      5,004     4,587            834       834    29,190
3508     St Raphael's Primary          2,065     1,652        4,543      4,956     2,891     1,652      4,956     4,543            826       826    28,910
3509     St Vincent's Primary          2,095     1,676        4,609      5,028     2,933     1,676      5,028     4,609            838       838    29,330
3510     Edward Betham Primary     the 2,095     1,676        4,609      5,028     2,933     1,676      5,028     4,609            838       838    29,330
3511     Petts Hill Primary              985       788        2,167      2,364     1,379       788      2,364     2,167            394       394    13,790
5200     Wood End Junior               1,715     1,372        3,773      4,116     2,401     1,372      4,116     3,773            686       686    24,010
5201     Wood End Infant               1,645     1,316        3,619      3,948     2,303     1,316      3,948     3,619            658       658    23,030
5202     Dormer's Wells Junior         1,880     1,504        4,136      4,512     2,632     1,504      4,512     4,136            752       752    26,320
5203     Dormer's Wells Infant         1,340     1,072        2,948      3,216     1,876     1,072      3,216     2,948            536       536    18,760
3512     New Khalsa Prim School          775       620        1,705      1,860     1,085       620      1,860     1,705            310       310    10,850
         Total Primary               125,505   100,404      276,111    301,212   175,707   100,404    301,212   276,111         50,202    50,202 1,757,070
4020     Villiers High                 5,425     4,340       11,935     13,020     7,595     4,340     13,020    11,935          2,170     2,170    75,950
4030     Dormers Wells High            4,450     3,560        9,790     10,680     6,230     3,560     10,680     9,790          1,780     1,780    62,300
4031     Featherstone High             5,990     4,792       13,178     14,376     8,386     4,792     14,376    13,178          2,396     2,396    83,860
4035     Acton High                    5,980     4,784       13,156     14,352     8,372     4,784     14,352    13,156          2,392     2,392    83,720
4036     Elthorne Park High            4,480     3,584        9,856     10,752     6,272     3,584     10,752     9,856          1,792     1,792    62,720
4602     Twyford High                  4,735     3,788       10,417     11,364     6,629     3,788     11,364    10,417          1,894     1,894    66,290
4603     Cardinal Wiseman High         7,600     6,080       16,720     18,240    10,640     6,080     18,240    16,720          3,040     3,040 106,400
5400     Brentside High                5,550     4,440       12,210     13,320     7,770     4,440     13,320    12,210          2,220     2,220    77,700
5401     Greenford High                6,005     4,804       13,211     14,412     8,407     4,804     14,412    13,211          2,402     2,402    84,070
5402     Ellen Wilkinson High          5,315     4,252       11,693     12,756     7,441     4,252     12,756    11,693          2,126     2,126    74,410
5403     Drayton Manor High            5,985     4,788       13,167     14,364     8,379     4,788     14,364    13,167          2,394     2,394    83,790
5404     Northolt High                 5,815     4,652       12,793     13,956     8,141     4,652     13,956    12,793          2,326     2,326    81,410
         Total High                   67,330    53,864      148,126    161,592    94,262    53,864    161,592   148,126         26,932    26,932 942,620
         Grand Total                 192,835   154,268      424,237    462,804   269,969   154,268    462,804   424,237         77,134    77,134 2,699,690
                                                              Consultation (Mandatory)

Name of consultee             Post held         Date        Date       Comments
                                               Sent to    response      appear in
                                              consultee   received     paragraph:
Internal
David Archibald        Executive Director    18.1.11
Judith Finlay          Director, C&F         18.1.11                 Amendments to
                                                                     recommendation
                                                                     s
Dawn Calvert           Head of Children‟s    18.1.11
                       Services Finance
Jane Batalona          Legal Services        18.1.11                 Legal and
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