Young People's Learning Agency for England

A body that is now defunct, also called YPLA

On 1st April 2010, YPLA replaced the Learning and Skills Council. It was itself abolished on 1st April 2012, with its functions being taken on by a new executive agency, the Education Funding Agency.

This authority no longer exists, so you cannot make a request to it.

11 requests
Tarleton Academy Funding
Response by Young People's Learning Agency for England to Bobby on .

Successful.

Dear Bobby, In response to your request below the General Annual Grant for 2011/2012 is £2,255,583. This is a pro rata figure and covers the period fr...
Dear Bobby, In response to your request for information I can confirm that Hambleton Academy have informed us that their level of insurance is the sam...
Dear Bobby, I apologise for the delay in responding to your request.  Please see below for the information you asked for.  East London Mossbourne Ac...
Dear Bobby, The funding for Lostock Hall for 2011/12 is £3,662,099. Yours sincerely Mike Davies
Sixth Form Provision
Response by Young People's Learning Agency for England to Neil Corrie on .

Successful.

Dear Mr Corrie, I am writing in response to your Freedom of Information request below. The YPLA was established by the Apprenticeships, Skills, Child...
Dear Linda Cobb, I am replying to your request for information in your email below and am able to provide the following responses to each of your quest...
Budget for Academies
Response by Young People's Learning Agency for England to Bobby on .

Successful.

Dear Bobby, In response to your Freedom of Information request - 'What are the budgets for each of the schools that have become academies since Se...

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