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  • Capital funding: Condition Improvement Fund We've got you covered for everything you need to know about the condition improvement fund - find out if you're eligible, what it can cover, how much you'll get and how to apply. We've also highlighted the new criteria for this year so you can avoid the potential point deductions.
  • Capital funding: School Condition Allocation Find out about the School Condition Allocation (SCA), a capital funding grant for multi-academy trusts (MATs)
  • Devolved formula capital funding Devolved formula capital (DFC) is a source of capital funding for schools. Find out how much academies within your multi-academy trust (MAT) have been allocated, and learn the rules you need to follow when spending the funding.
  • Funding for pupils with SEN Get to grips with how pupils with special educational needs (SEN) are funded in your schools, and the role your multi-academy trust (MAT) can play in managing SEN budgets.
  • High needs funding formula: a summary The government has changed the high needs funding system. Learn key details about the new formula used to fund local authorities' high needs budgets and how this affects the funding landscape for special academies within your multi-academy trust (MAT).
  • How academies are funded Learn how academies within a multi-academy trust (MAT) are funded, including information about the general annual grant (GAG) and the funding academies receive outside of the GAG.
  • How alternative provision academies are funded Find out how the alternative provision academies and free schools in your multi-academy trust (MAT) are funded, including information about place funding, top-up funding and funding for commissioned services.
  • How special academies are funded Get information about how special academies and special free schools within your multi-academy trust (MAT) are funded, including details on place funding and top-up funding.
  • How to claim reimbursement for Golden Hello teacher training payments The scheme was run for secondary school teachers in specific subjects. If you've received claims relating to it, you need to apply to the DfE by 30 November 2019 to get reimbursed.
  • National funding formula: a summary The national funding formula (NFF) has been introduced, with transitional arrangements currently in place. Learn which factors are included in the formula, and find out about the impact on schools.
  • Pupil premium grant UpdatedLearn about the additional funding academies in your multi-academy trust (MAT) receive through the pupil premium grant. Get information about eligibility, funding levels, and the rules on spending the grant, as well as evaluating and reporting on spending.
  • The early years national funding formula (EYNFF) Learn how the early years national funding formula (EYNFF) works, and how early years providers in your multi-academy trust (MAT) will be funded. Read about changes to funding for pupils with special educational needs, including the Disability Access Fund.
  • Trust capacity fund: who is eligible and how to apply The fund is new for 2019/20, and will predominantly be for trusts to spend on growing. Find out if you're eligible, how much you could get, and how to apply.
  • Universal infant free school meals (UIFSM): eligibility and funding Learn about the funding for universal infant free school meals (UIFSM) that you receive for academies within your multi-academy trust (MAT). Get details about pupil eligibility, funding rates, allocation schedules and spending rules.