Guidance

Coronavirus (COVID-19) summer schools programme funding

School level allocations and other information for secondary schools eligible to run a summer school.

Applies to England

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Access the allocations to view the maximum available funding for each eligible secondary school in England, based on their numbers of year 7 pupils. Allocations for special schools and alternative provision settings are based on whichever is the higher number of year 7 or year 11 pupils.

Secondary schools due to open in September 2021 have been allocated funding on the basis of their entry year numbers.

Upper schools with a starting entry year 8, year 9 or year 10 also have an allocation based on those entry numbers.

The deadline to complete the summer schools claim form has now passed.

Schools were able to claim funding for the provision of summer schools for summer 2021, in accordance with the conditions set out in the summer schools guidance.

Read the conditions of funding for schools and local authorities to understand how the funding can be used.

Published 19 April 2021
Last updated 13 September 2021 + show all updates
  1. We've added guidance to help you complete the summer schools claim form.

  2. All schools who have confirmed their summer school programmes, can now view their updated funding in the coronavirus (COVID-19) summer schools programme funding summer school allocations. These have been based on the information provided in the confirmation form.

  3. We've added specific conditions for new free schools to the coronavirus (COVID-19) summer schools programme funding: conditions of funding for schools and local authorities.

  4. We've added a link to the coronavirus (COVID-19) summer schools programme funding: confirmation form and added a guidance document to help eligible institutions complete the form.

  5. Interim update to the allocations tables and guidance

  6. We've published a link to the summer school sign-up form and a guidance document to help you complete the sign-up form.

  7. First published.