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The new 16-19 funding formula
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The new 16-19 funding formula
The new 16-19 funding formula
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1EFA Funding guidance for young people 9has been determined by merging the 2
2013 to 2014. Funding Rates and formula current academic weightings and low cost
2013 to 2014 – v1.01; (Funding regulations vocational programmes and rebasing these
and ILR Funding Returns are explained in as 1 Vocational programme weighting
separate presentations) EFA Young People' categories are reduced in number from
Funding Team. 2013/14 and re-set to make it simpler:
2Funding guidance for young people: applied at sector subject areas. Cost
2013 to 2014. Format similar to previous Weighting Category. Agreed for 2013/14.
years: Funding Regulations (version 1 Base. 1.0. Medium. 1.2. High. 1.3.
published May 2013 version 1a published Specialist. 1.6. 9.
June 2013) Funding Rates and Formula ILR 10Disadvantage funding. Disadvantage
Funding Returns (does not apply to schools Funding. Economic Deprivation. Prior
or academies) Sub-contracted controls Attainment. Recognises that some students
guidance (previously published in Section require additional support to participate
7 in Funding regulations 2012 to 2013). 2. and achieve to achieve full participation
3The new 16-19 funding formula. 3. and improve attainment A single budget
Total Programme Funding. that institutions use as they see fit. 10.
4Student numbers. Students must meet 11Disadvantage funding. Block one:
funding start qualifying period of 2 weeks Economic Deprivation. Based on student’s
or 6 weeks to be counted and study home postcode Deprivation is calculated
programmes of less than 2 weeks are not using Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010.
funded. This is a count of students to be This examines the student’s home area
funded Based on autumn census or ILR based on: income, employment, health and
return Band 5 => 540 hours Band 4 or disability, education, skills and
below < 540 hours For 2013/14 band 4 = training, housing and services, living
national rate The bottom band treated as environment, and crime Uplift is between
full time equivalent (FTE), that is a 8.4% and 33.6% of 27% most deprived super
proportion of 600 Age groups 16-18 and output areas. Care leavers attract a
19-24 for HNS are treated the same. standard uplift: rate ?480. 11.
Student status. Hours required per year. 12Disadvantage funding. Block two: Prior
Band 5. 540 +. Band 4. 450-539. Band 3. Attainment. Acknowledges the additional
360-449. Band 2. 280-359. Band 1. up to cost of students who need extra learning
280. 4. support Based on student’s achievement of
5The national funding rate. Single GCSE English and maths at end of Year 11
national funding rate per student Funding rate for 2013/14 = ?480 Flat rate
expressed in ? All 16-19 year olds in for bands 2 and 3 = ?292 Pro rata as per
sixth forms, colleges and independent programme costs for band 1. Used to be
providers are funded at the same national graduated payments based on student’s
funding rate Out of scope Youth Contract, grades Now only a flat rate based on
young offenders, 16-18 Apprenticeships and non-achievement of grade C. Example. Maths
European Social Fund (ESF) This is the below grade C. English below grade C.
final element of the formula fixed by the Funding attracted per student (?). Student
EFA. It depends on how much learning is 1. yes. ?480 x1. Student 2. yes. ?480 x1.
taking place across the country and the Student 3. yes. yes. ?480 x2. 12.
budget. The rate used in the 2013/14 13Area cost allowance. Reflects the cost
allocation is ?4,000. 5. of delivery in high cost local areas –
6Funding rates. A national rate based remains unchanged The same methodology as
on circa 600 hours Three rates for bands used in previous years Applied to the
2, 3, 4 Each funded at mid-point of the whole participation formula (including all
band For band 4 (450-539 hours) for disadvantage). Area. Uplift. Area. Uplift.
2013/14 and 2014/15 funded at ?4,000 Band Oxfordshire. 7%. Inner London. 20%. Essex
1 (below 280 hours) funded as a proportion (London fringe). 6%. Outer London. 12%.
of 600 hours; that is, 150 hours gets 25% Kent (London fringe). 6%. Berkshire. 12%.
of the 600 hour funding rate. Student Bedfordshire. 3%. Crawley. 12%.
Number status. Hours funded at… Rate Hertfordshire (non-London fringe). 3%.
(2013/14 allocations). Band 5. 600. Surrey. 12%. Buckingham (London fringe).
?4,000. Band 4. 600. ?4,000. Band 3. 405. 10%. Cambridgeshire. 2%. Hertfordshire
?2700. Band 2. 320. ?2133. Band 1. % of (London fringe). 10%. Hampshire and Isle
600. % of ?4,000. 6. of Wight. 2%. Buckinghamshire (non
7Retention factor. A retention factor fringe). 7%. West Sussex non-fringe. 1%.
is being used from 2013/14 to replace 13. Area Cost Allowance.
previous success factor Applied at student 14High needs students (HNS). This is
level, not qualification level from funding for students with learning
2013/14 Retained means still studying a difficulties and/or disabilities and/or
core aim on planned end date or leaves special educational needs with support
early and is recorded as completed the costs above ?6,000 There’s a system based
core aim For academic programmes: still on the same principles for all children
studying one of the academic aims For and young people from ages 0 – 24 It is
vocational programmes: still studying the called place plus – places are funded by
core aim. 7. the EFA and any additional top-up funding
8Retention factor. Retention FACTOR = by the home local authority There are
half way point between Retention RATE and three elements to High Needs Funding. 14.
100% The retention factor used for the 15High needs students (HNS). The place –
allocation is also recorded in Funding EFA funded Element 1 This is the standard
Information Service (FIS) and then used 16-19 funding formula – it is based on
for all the funding out-turn values lagged student numbers – this aspect rolls
reported on the EFA Funding claim reports on from year to year. Element 2 This is
(see also document ‘ILR Funding Returns’ the first ?6,000 of additional support –
annex E, paragraph 6). Number of students numbers are calculated based on
completed Number of students started. information provided by the local
Student retention and funding. Funding. authority about the number of places it is
Leaves before qualifying period. 0. Leaves going to commission from each institution
before planned end and not recorded as and the EFA adds ?6,000 for each place to
completed. 50%. Retained to planned end the allocation – completing the place
date and recorded as completed. 100%. funding. The Plus – top-up funding – LA
Leaves before planned end date and funded Element 3 any funding the
recorded as completed. 100%. 8. individual requires above the first two
9Programme cost weighting. Recognition elements is negotiated and agreed with the
that some vocational subjects are more student’s home LA. 15.
expensive to teach than others Applied to 16EFA Funding guidance for young people
the student’s whole programme Determined 2013 to 2014. Funding Rates and formula
by the student’s core aim, that is, A 2013 to 2014 – v1.01; (Funding regulations
Levels or substantial vocational and ILR Funding Returns are explained in
qualification All academic programmes separate presentations) EFA Young People'
uplifted by one weight from 2013/14, which Funding Team.
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