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Funding outside your General Annual Grant: 2015 to 2016 academic year. David Gardener-Haig. Common funding not included in the GAG. Rates. Rates are payable to your local authority in full on a financial year basis You are entitled to 8 0 % rates relief

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Funding outside your general annual grant 2015 to 2016 academic year

Funding outside your General Annual Grant: 2015 to 2016 academic year

David Gardener-Haig


Common funding not included in the gag

Common funding not included in the GAG


Rates

Rates

  • Rates are payable to your local authority in full on a financial year basis

  • You are entitled to 80% rates relief

  • You can claim for the cost of national non-domestic rates (NNDR) once your academy has opened

  • Rates bills for new openers are adjusted to reflect how long the academy has been open in the financial year


Pupil premium

Pupil Premium

  • A per pupil amount based on the number of eligible pupils on the January census

  • Paid on a financial year basis in quarterly instalments (July, October, January, April)

  • Brand new academies receive a pro rata payment from September (based on the October 2014 census) until the start of the new financial year in April


Pe and sports premium for primary schools

PE and sports premium for primary schools

  • The DfE is spending over £450m on improving physical education (PE) and sport in primary schools

  • Payments will be made directly to academies in the autumn and summer terms


Pe and sports premium for primary schools1

PE and sports premium for primary schools

  • Based on pupils in the January census (or October census for new openers)

  • Allocations calculated using the number of pupils in years 1 to 6, and reception pupils aged 5:


Universal infant free school meals uifsm

Universal Infant Free School Meals (UIFSM)

  • All pupils in reception and years 1 and 2 are eligible

  • Funded per newly eligible pupil (based on a rate of £2.30 per meal in 2014/15)

  • Paid on an academic year basis in two instalments (summer term 2014 and July 2015)

  • An additional sum is available for small schools


High needs top up funding

High needs top-up funding

  • Continues to be administered and paid by local authorities in 2015 to 2016

  • Usually paid monthly

Top-up to agreed level of need for high needs from commissioning LA

Institutional contribution to first £6000 of additional needs

Place funding in specialist setting

£10,000

(increase in AP place funding subject to consultation)

or

Basic entitlement


Basic needs growth funding

Basic needs growth funding

  • Supports growth in pre-16 pupil numbers to meet basic need

  • The local authority sets qualification criteria and amounts in consultation with the schools forum

  • Applies to maintained schools and academies (except academies funded on estimates)


Falling rolls fund

Falling rolls fund

  • Funding in advance of a temporary dip in population

  • Applies only to good or outstanding schools and academies

  • The schools forum agrees the criteria and is consulted on allocations

  • Mustrelate to local place planning


Capital

Capital

  • Devolved Formula Capital (DFC)

    • Capital funding calculated on a formulaic basis

    • Based on the January census pupil count

    • Paid on a financial year basis in one instalment in the summer term

  • Academies Capital Maintenance Fund

    • Paid according to project needs


Summary of funding paid outside your gag

Summary of funding paid outside your GAG


More information

More information

  • Guidance on funding payments for academiesand published information on each of these funding areas available on GOV.UK

  • Academy enquiry service:

    [email protected]


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