Details for schools, academy trusts and local authorities on the expectations and conditions attached to school-led tutoring funding.

Applies to England


School-led tutoring: conditions of grant


School-led tutoring: allocations

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The National Tutoring Programme (NTP) helps support disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils from year 1 to year 11 to catch-up on missed education due to coronavirus (COVID-19).

School-led tutoring is one route of the NTP. State-funded schools and academy trusts, with pupils eligible for pupil premium, receive a ring-fenced grant to source their own tutoring provision to support catch-up.

This guidance is for school leaders, school staff and governing bodies in eligible schools and academy trusts, as well as local authorities.

It includes information on:

  • eligibility
  • what the funding can be spent on
  • funding allocations
  • subsidies and school contributions
  • payment schedules
  • data requirements
  • overpayments
  • specific conditions for local authorities

You can read more about how to access, plan and deliver school-led tutoring.

You can access more information about the National Tutoring Programme.

View the allocations to find out how much each institution has been allocated.

Published 2 September 2021
Last updated 30 September 2021 + show all updates

  1. We’ve published the school led tutoring allocations.

  2. First published.