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  • Capital funding: Condition Improvement Fund Get to grips with everything you need to know about the condition improvement fund (CIF) - find out if you're eligible, how much you'll get and how to see if your application was successful this time round.
  • Capital funding: School Condition Allocation Find out about the School Condition Allocation (SCA), a capital funding grant for large trusts.
  • Coronavirus: additional funding for your schools The DfE has introduced several new grants and funding opportunities to help your pupils catch up after the pandemic. Read our quick guide to the different funding sources, including what you can and can't use each of them for.
  • Coronavirus catch-up premium: summary Your schools can carry forward any unspent coronavirus catch-up premium into 2021/22. Understand how your schools can use it (including details of the National Tutoring Programme) and how they'll be held to account.
  • Devolved formula capital funding Devolved formula capital (DFC) is a source of capital funding for schools. Find out how much academies within your trust will get, and learn the rules you need to follow when spending it.
  • School-led tutoring grant: summary UpdatedFind out your schools' requirements for using the school-led tutoring grant (part of the National Tutoring Programme). Learn which pupils and subjects your schools should prioritise for catch-up, how to maximise its impact, and who they can deploy as tutors.
  • Teachers' pension grant: what you need to know Learn about how the grant will soon be included in the national funding formula and the most recent allocations of the grant,
  • Trust capacity fund: who is eligible and how to apply The fund is primarily for trusts to take on underperforming schools in areas of higher need. Find out if you're eligible, how much you could get, and how to apply - you have until 17 December 2021 to apply.