Since 2015, Alan has been campaigning in Parliament for more school funding, and his work has paid off locally: every local school received a cash increase to its budget in 2021-22, and every school in our constituency got a funding boost of at least 2%.
Funding for schools increased by 3.2% nationally, and by an average of 4.2% across the Havant Constituency, as part of a national £14.4 billion investment into education between 2020 and 2023. This is the largest cash increase to school funding in over a decade. All schools in Havant received more than the national minimum of per pupil funding.
Each Havant Constituency primary school received on average £4,891 per pupil and each secondary school received on average £6,219 per pupil. The national minimum is £4,265 per primary pupil and £5,525 per secondary pupil.
Every secondary school in our constituency is rated either Good or Outstanding by Ofsted, along with nearly every primary and junior school. This funding is critical to continually improve education for the next generation.
Find out how much extra funding your local school received via the table below: