In October 2012, we consulted with institutions and other stakeholders on options for significant changes to the way 16-19 education and training is funded. It is now confirmed that for 2013/14 a new fairer, simpler and more transparent funding system will be introduced to support the raising of the participation age.
Under this system, institutions will attract a standard rate of funding for each student weighted for necessary course costs, retention and with additional funding for those at a disadvantage.
On this page you can download:
If you have any queries about the new system or the review, please email the contact on this page.
Funding formula review
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Written ministerial statement.
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Open letter from Peter Mucklow on next steps in implementing new funding arrangements for 2013/14 for 16-19 education and high needs students aged 16-24.
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The presentation on the 16-19 funding formula for 2013/14 and shadow allocations 2012/13.
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Shadow allocations 2012/13 technical notes dated October 2012
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Spreadsheet providing shadow allocations 2012/13 calculation toolkit dated October 2012
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16-19 funding formula 2013/14 - a field guide to shadow allocations, dated October 2012.
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Summary of the 16-19 National Funding Formula, including an example of how the formula applies to special schools
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This document sets out the principles of the overall approach to evidencing student existence and eligibility from 2013/14
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Funding full participation and Study Programmes for young people
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Letter from Peter Mucklow to local authorities dated February 2013 summarising where we have got to and to confirm the next stages of the HNS process in 2013/14
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Open letter from Peter Mucklow to institutions delivering 16-16 education and training on the funding arrangements for 2013/14 for students aged 16-19 and high needs students aged 16-24
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Information about providing opportunities for 16- to 19-year-olds to move into higher education or skilled employment.