Download
slide1 n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
14-19 Funding PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
14-19 Funding

14-19 Funding

124 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

14-19 Funding

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. 3% LLDD (+8.3%) 3% E2E (+5.5%) 10 % Appren (+7.5%) 31%Schools (+0.5%) 53% Colleges (+7%) More required…. 14-19 Funding Not a single funding phase: After heavy lobbying theTreasury allocated extrafunding for 2009/10 in May 14-15 Dedicated Schools Grant16-18 Learner-responsive 19+ Learner-responsive • £251m in 09/10 and £404m in 10/11 for 54.5k places 16-18 funding in 09/10£6.69bn (+4.9%) • £70m for 17.5k apprentices • £38m for 13k E2E learners But if funding follows the learner, how does this pay for provision?

  2. 150 SLN GLH / 450 = 0.3333 SLN £2,920 NFR 1.123 PF £0 ALS Standard Learner Numbers (SLN) £1,093 National Funding Rate (NFR) 3,123 SLNs Provider Factor (PF) £2,920 NFR Additional Learning Support (ALS) 1.123 PF Funding £500,000 ALS £10,740,817 Example funding for an AS level qualification in 09/10 LR funding Learner-responsive funding is an enrolment based formula, although it is applied the same way for allocations X X + = X Example for an allocation X X + X = + =

  3. Standard Learner Numbers Disadvantage uplift National Funding Rate Programme weighting Area Cost Uplift Programme weighting Funding Disadvantage Uplift Area costs uplift Short programme modifier Provider Factor ER funding(Apprenticeships) LR Provider factor Calculated for 09/10 based on your full-year 07/08 data (ILR) X X X X X X x = x Success Factor = • Framework of enrolments • Monthly payments on actual • 75% on-programme and 25% on achievement

  4. 2 leave within first 6 weeks £10k 14 start Weighted average success rate Success Factor = 0.5 + 3 more do not finish £7.5k 79% retention 2 80% for College X 3 finish but don’t pass £7.5k 73% achieve = 0.9 0.5 + 2 8 succeed £25k 57% 0% for College Y = 0.5 0.5 + 2 Success factorsimplifies and terrifies Do staff know the impact class size, retention and achievement have on income? Replaced 3 funding census dates and achievement factor Target group size of 16 at £5k each (£80k income budget) Although historical, think of this as 50% lost if a learner does not finish and achieve Budget missed by 31%!Next allocation cut by 31%?

  5. Finally, check out my unofficial funding guide at www.fundingguide.co.uk ‘Harmonisation’ Keep an eye on this word, as it is may be applied in a variety of places • Success rate and funding rules • School and College funding rates • School and College performance measures • 14-15 and 16-18 funding methodology

  6. Any questions?