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Guidance

16-19 funding toolkit

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This page relates to the 2013 to 2014 academic year. Please visit our 16 to 19 funding pages for the latest information.

Guide to the EFA 16-19 funding toolkit for the 2013 to 2014 academic year.

Documents

Toolkit guide: 16-19 funding

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Toolkit example: school sixth-form funding

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Toolkit example: further education funding

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Details

Colleges, providers, schools and academies receive annual funding allocations from the Education Funding Agency (EFA).

Funding is calculated using our funding formula that incorporates factors including student numbers, student retention, higher cost subjects, disadvantaged students and area costs.

This is supplemented by additional funding for high needs students, bursaries and other financial support awarded to individual students.

It also currently includes transitional protection and Formula Protection Funding to take into account changes from previous funding arrangements.

This guide has been produced to allow providers to understand how they will be affected by the arrangements for 2013 to 2014.