Coronavirus: catch-up premium cheat sheetUnderstand how the coronavirus catch-up premium will be allocated, what your school can use the funding for (including the National Tutoring Programme) and your role in holding school leaders to account for how the premium is spent.
Devolved formula capital (DFC) fundingDevolved formula capital (DFC) is a source of capital funding for maintained schools and academies. Learn about how it's allocated and the rules your school needs to follow when spending it.
Free school meals: how are they funded?Mainstream schools should use their core budget allocations to provide FSM to pre-16 pupils, but the government has also introduced a FSM supplementary grant for 2018-19 and 2019-20. Find out the details about this grant and learn how FSM are funded in special schools and for post-16 pupils.
Funding for pupils with SENWe explain how schools receive SEN funding in just one page. You can also download a copy of this QuickRead as a ready-made resource to share with colleagues.
Funding in maintained schoolsRead our one-page summary of how maintained schools are funded, and your role in overseeing the financial performance of your school. Download a copy to share with your colleagues.
How maintained schools are funded: 2020 to 2021UpdatedUnderstand how core funding is allocated in maintained schools. Be clear on other streams of funding including pupil premium, PE and sport premium, and universal infant free school meals.
Primary PE and sport premiumUnderstand how the PE and sport premium for primary schools is allocated and find out how you can spend it. Plus, see details on carrying over any unspent funding to next year due to coronavirus.
Pupil premiumSave time by reading our summary of the pupil premium in just one page. Download a copy to share with your governing board.
Pupil premium: eligible pupilsLearn which categories of pupils are eligible for pupil premium funding, and find out more about each category. These include 'ever 6 FSM', 'looked after children' and 'service children'.