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16 to 19 Tuition Fund Plan

Academy overview

Numbers on roll - year 12 and 13

180 (census autumn 2020)

SEN Needs students

36 (census autumn 2020) -

Allocated funding

£13,765

Predicted cost (spending)

£14,000

Academic year covered by plan

2020/2021

Review date

January 2021

 

Guidance

The 16 to 19 tuition fund is a £96 million one-off fund for the 2020 to 2021 academic year only. It is ring fenced funding for schools, colleges and all other 16 to 19 providers to support small group tuition for 16 to 19 students in English, maths, and other courses where learning has been disrupted.

 

The funding has been made available to mitigate against the impact of the pandemic on learners who would be most disadvantaged by it. For example, those who did not achieve a grade 4 in Maths or grade 4 in English. The fund should also support those with special education needs (SEND) or those with an Educational health care plan (EHCP). Students who gained a grade 4 in GCSE English or Maths should also be considered for support using this funding. This is in line with published DfE guidance.

 

Focus

Intended outcome

Predicted cost

1:1 or small group tutoring session for students re-taking GCSE English.

2 students without grade 4 in GCSE English will be successful in gaining this qualification for entry to employment or higher education.

Intervention sessions (hourly rate @ £35), 30 sessions: £1,050

1:1 or small group tutoring session for students re-taking GCSE maths

8 students without grade 4 in GCSE Maths will be successful in gaining this qualification for entry to employment or higher education

Intervention sessions (hourly rate @ £35), 120 sessions: £4,200

Providing laptops and IT hardware to enable students to take part in remote learning.

To allow all students to access on line learning at the same time as their peers.

IT hardware - 10 laptops for students (on loan to students): £3,000.

Mental health and well-being targeted enrichment program supported by Young Gloucestershire.

To support mental health and well-being of low prior attainment learners to mitigate the effects of the pandemic on these students.

Community Mentoring and Support (CMAS), 20 sessions @ £200: £4,000

Provision of textbooks, revision guides and learning materials

Ensure that all students have the same access to learning materials to support classwork and home work.

This support may be extended to those with grade 4 in GCSE English and Maths, but are considered to be low priori attainment.

Revision guides for student’s home study: £1,000.

 

Exercise books for student’s home study: £750.

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