The NSW Government will allocate record funding of $15.5 million to 20 public schools across the electorate of Mulgoa in 2023.
Public schools from Horsley Park to Wallacia will receive an extra $1.3 million than last year’s allocation.
The funding is part of a total annual $10.93 billion being delivered to NSW public schools in 2023 that will drive improved student learning outcomes.
Member for Mulgoa, Tanya Davies said schools are receiving more funding than ever under the NSW Liberal and Nationals Government.
“This level of school funding means students will have the opportunities and support to reach their potential through a quality education. Importantly, the boost my community is receiving will help continue to build a brighter future for the next generation in Western Sydney.” Mrs Davies said.
“This government is proud of its investment in public education. Principals will use this funding allocation to effectively plan the strategic use of resources, putting students and their education needs first.”
Minister for Education Sarah Mitchell said school funding is needs based, supporting all students to achieve their best no matter their background.
The NSW Government is also simplifying school budgets allowing Principals to focus on improving their schools and delivering for the students.
The NSW Government is working towards creating Australia’ best education system and providing students with world-class education no matter where they live.