Freedom of information response

High Needs block

Publication date: 
Monday 20 May 2019
Request: 

1. How much money was been moved into your High Needs block from:

the schools block / early years block / central services block in 2017-2018?

In each case what is this as a percentage of the relevant block?

Did you have schools forum approval for each move? (not applicable, yes, no)

What was the overspend / underspend on High Needs in 2017-18?

2. How much money has been moved into your High Needs block from:

the schools block / early years block / central services block in 2018-19?

In each case what is this as a percentage of the relevant block?

Did you have schools forum approval for each move? (not applicable, yes, no)

What is the projected overspend / underspend on High Needs in 2018-19?

3. How much money is planned to be moved into the High Needs block from:

the schools block / early years block / central services block in 2019-20?

In each case what is this as a percentage of the relevant block?

Did you have schools forum approval for each move? (not applicable, yes, no)

What is the projected overspend / underspend on High Needs in 2019-20?

4. Are you expecting to incur a cumulative DSG deficit of over 1% on March 31, 2019, thus requiring a report to the ESFA/DfE?

Is this due to an overspend on the high needs block?

What was the DSG surplus/deficit in 2014-15, 2015-16, 2017-18 in percentage terms?

Response: 

Please find our response attached.

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Request reference:
FOI 8981