Tables showing provisional allocations for the schools, high needs and central school services blocks from 2019 to 2020 onwards.
This guide will help schools and local authorities to understand the national funding formula allocations.
It includes information on:
The COLLECT system contains national allocations and illustrative allocations that show the impact of implementing the NFF in full.
The tables set out the national funding formulae (NFF) allocations for 2018 to 2019. They are mainly for schools and local authorities.
The tables also include (now out of date) illustrative allocations for 2019 to 2020 and the fully implemented NFF.
Information on the national deals available to schools to help them save money on some of the things they buy regularly.
These are the full risk protection arrangement (RPA) rules, including details of the cover.
There’s a separate version for church academies, so ensure you are reading the right one.
This guidance is for:
It applies to all schools.
It will help school leaders to review their staff structures regularly as part of annual school improvement, curriculum and financial planning.
These documents are for:
They apply to all local-authority-maintained schools, academies and free schools.
‘Supporting excellent school resource management’ summarises the help and support the department provides to help schools reduce costs and get value for money.
‘Supporting excellent school resource management: strategy’ describes in full the help and support – both existing and planned – that the department is making available and summarises an analysis of school spending.
Data showing school spend trends per pupil:
Find an early years ITT training provider with places available for your qualification level.
Lists of all independent schools and colleges for children with special educational needs or disability (SEND), including:
NMSS are schools that the Secretary of State for Education has approved under section 342 of the Education Act 1996.
To meet the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which came into force in May 2018, all organisations handling personal data, including schools, need to have the right governance measures.
This guidance will help schools develop policies and processes for data management, from collecting and handling the data through to the ability to respond quickly and appropriately to data breaches.
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