Oxfordshire Schools to receive funding boost

18 North Oxfordshire schools are set to benefit from a notable increase in per-pupil funding from the Department of Education. Oxfordshire schools have been historically underfunded. That is why, since her election, Member of Parliament for North Oxfordshire, Victoria Prentis has been actively involved in the campaign for Fairer Funding in Education. The following schools will benefit from increases to at least the minimum per-pupil funding levels of either £3,750 for primary or £5,000 for secondary schools in 2020-21.

Primary schools:

Bishop Loveday Church of England Primary School, Bodicote

Bloxham Church of England Primary School, Bloxham

Bure Park Primary School, Bicester

Christopher Rawlins Church of England Voluntary Aided Primary School, Adderbury

Dr Radcliffe's Church of England Primary School, Steeple Aston

Five Acres Primary School, Ambrosden  

Glory Farm Primary School, Bicester

King's Meadow Primary School, Bicester

Langford Village Community School, Bicester

Longfields Primary and Nursery School, Bicester

Southwold County Primary School, Bicester

St John's Catholic Primary School, Banbury

St Mary's Catholic Primary School, Bicester

The Grange Community Primary School, Banbury


Secondary schools:

Blessed George Napier Catholic School and Sports College, Banbury

The Bicester School, Bicester

The Cooper School, Bicester


Pictured: Victoria Prentis MP with the Rt Hon Gavin Williamson CBE MP, Secretary of State for Education