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Funding 16-19 Education 2013-2017 AoC Conference: 19 November 2014 EFA Director for Young People peter.mucklow@education.gsi.gov.uk

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2 13/14 – the Year of the Big Change Funding per student Study programmes Raising Participation Age

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16 yo participation rose from 91% to 94% Students on full-time programmes increased by 35% - 85% of students are now in the full-time band Students on substantial L3 VQs increased by 11% Students on maths GCSE increased by 36% and English GCSE by 53% Students on stepping stone qualifications increased for maths by 11% and English by 3% Study Programmes – early 13/14 data

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16-19 Participation

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No change to funding methodology Basic rate £4000 for 16/17s Rate reduced for 18 yos to £3300 £45m funding for free meals for disadvantaged students English and Maths required for new students without a C at GCSE 5 14/15

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75% report increase in students requiring E&M 40% report more students than expected Very few turning students away Logistics for large urban/BME colleges Staffing and delivery quality biggest overall concerns 6 English and Maths 14/15

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Funding letter issued Oct Funding formula unchanged 16-18 Traineeships funding unchanged Formula Protection Funding applies High needs place nos and LA budgets confirmed Dec Basic rate confirmed end-Jan 15 College allocations end-Feb 7 15/16 funding outlook

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English and Maths – students with a GCSE grade D to study GCSE End of SR10 protection End of 18yo rate cut protection Rising employment costs Increased competition ASB 8 15/16 – planning environment

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Cohort projections 2012 to 2021

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Limited scope to change 16/17 methodology Formula Protection Funding to end Limited funding uplift for large programmes New performance tables Jan 17 10 Outlook for 2016/17

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2016/17 Large Programmes 10% and 20% uplift to the base rate where the student passes 4 or 5 A levels respectively at grade B 20% uplift to the base rate for the full level 3 International Baccalaureate where the student achieves 28 points 10% uplift to the base rate for Technical Baccalaureate programmes that are the equivalent of four A levels in size, and 20% for those that are the size of the full level 3 International Baccalaureate, where the student passes all the qualifications confirm how these will be calculated and paid in December specialist land-based provision programme weighting increased to 1.75 from 1.6

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Spending Review 2015 will determine quantum of funding and planning horizon 12 2016/17 and beyond

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AoC Conference: 19 November 2014 EFA Director for Young People peter.mucklow@education.gsi.gov.uk

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