Student per capita funding Years Prep-12 students (Reference 1)
In the Student Resource Package, the majority of funding provided to schools has been specified as per-student rates (i.e. in student per capita form).
Research conducted by The University of Melbourne has allowed the differing costs associated with delivering effective educational outcomes at the various levels of learning to be recognised by differing rates. The relativities are an initial assessment of the most effective way of allocating existing funds. These relativities may be adjusted over time through further research and a rolling benchmark process.
Schools with the following campus types are eligible for the student per capita funding at campus level:
- Primary/Secondary Combined
- Training Center
The following campuses do not receive this allocation.
|School number||Campus number||School name|
|3552||6||Yarra Me School|
|7595||2||Bendigo Senior Secondary College|
|8003||2||Lynall Hall Community School|
|8003||3||Lynall Hall Community School|
|8851||3||Wodonga Middle Years College|
|8890||8||Charles La Trobe P-12 College|
|8890||9||Charles La Trobe P-12 College|
|8917||1||Centre for Higher Education Studies|
Funding is calculated at the Indicative, Confirmed and Revised budget cycles. Funding is allocated through credit and cash funding.
Student per capita funding = Student enrolments (P-12) × Student price
Example: A campus with 62 Year 2 students would calculate their funding as 62 (Year 2 students) × Year 2 student price.
|Student per capita Years Prep to 12 students||Credit ($)||Cash ($)||Total Student Price ($)|
|Prep to Year 1||8,534||565||9,099|
|Years 3 to 6 (and Primary Ungraded)||7,301||489||7,790|
|Years 7 to 12 Students (and Secondary Ungraded)||9,686||545||10,231|
Reviewed 03 April 2023