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The purpose of this statement is to set out how Aspire-igen will use the ESFA additional funded study programme hours for all young people enrolled onto courses at the Opportunity College.
The ESFA have provided additional hours to aid education recovery. This, alongside other education recovery programmes such as the 16 to 19 tuition fund will help ensure gaps in learning caused by disruption to education can be filled.
The aim is to permanently embed additional hours in 16 to19 education, resulting in an increase in the amount of teaching and learning students receive and therefore improving outcomes for them.
In the academic year 2022 to 2023, all educational institutions will deliver on average 40 more hours on band 5 programmes (and a proportionate increase for those in lower bands) than in academic year 2020 to 2021. Naturally there will be some variation with differences in cohorts and courses, in order to meet need.
In accordance with the conditions laid out by the Education and Skills Funding Agency Aspire-igen will be:
Aspire-igen is committed to ensuring the additional funded hours are used in accordance with the Government’s Funding Guidance for Young People 2022 to 2023 fund by:
The tuition fund is funded separately and will not be included in to the additional 40 hours.
We are committed to using the 16-19 tuition fund in the following way:
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