A change of government will mean $8.48 million extra for public schools in the Wentworth electorate between 2020-2022.

See what this means for your school below


Scott Morrison’s idea of a fair go is to cut $14 billion from public schools and hand billions extra to wealthy private schools. He has turned his back on kids in public schools. His plan will leave 99 per cent of public schools below a national resource standard and 99 per cent of private schools at that standard or above it.

These cuts hit hardest the kids who need our help the most. When you cut public school funding you cut funding for students with disability, you cut funding for students from disadvantaged backgrounds, you cut funding for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, you cut funding for students at risk of falling behind.

As the alternative government, Labor has pledged to reverse these cuts and stop kids missing out. It will make funding fairer and ensure children in public schools are given more support to achieve at a higher level and fulfil their potential. We need a government prepared to invest in our kids in public schools, not make it harder for them.

The facts on the Coalition's record on school funding.

Extra Funding For Local Schools Under A Labor Government

School Name Extra Funding (Three Years from 2020)
Rose Bay Secondary College $1,240,000
Sydney Boys High School $1,190,000
Sydney Girls High School $920,000
Woollahra Public School $620,000
Bellevue Hill Public School $540,000
Bondi Beach Public School $520,000
Rose Bay Public School $520,000
Clovelly Public School $500,000
Bondi Public School $470,000
Vaucluse Public School $330,000
Bronte Public School $330,000
Glenmore Road Public School $300,000
Double Bay Public School $290,000
Paddington Public School $270,000
Waverley Public School $250,000
Wairoa School $190,000

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