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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, what it can cover, how much you can get and how to see if your application was successful this time round.
  • Coronavirus: additional funding for your school 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 report template Use our template to help you publish the right information on your school website and report to your school community about your COVID-19 catch-up premium spending. Plus see examples of catch-up premium reports from other schools.
  • Coronavirus catch-up premium: summary You can carry forward any unspent coronavirus catch-up premium into 2021/22. Understand how you can use it (including details of the National Tutoring Programme) and how you'll be held accountable for your spending.
  • Devolved formula capital funding Devolved formula capital (DFC) is a source of capital funding for maintained schools and academies. Learn about how much your school will get, how it's allocated and the rules you need to follow when spending it.
  • How to develop your coronavirus catch-up premium strategy Read our summary of the EEF's guidance to help you develop your coronavirus catch-up premium strategy, and see examples from other schools.
  • Primary PE and sport premium: cheat sheet The PE and sport premium has been confirmed for the 2021/22 academic year. Payment dates and allocation haven't been announced yet, but read on to learn about carrying over unspent funding due to coronavirus.
  • School-led tutoring grant: summary UpdatedFind out your requirements for using the school-led tutoring grant (part of the National Tutoring Programme). Learn which pupils and subjects to prioritise for catch-up, how to maximise its impact, and who you can deploy as tutors.
  • Service pupil premium (SPP) funding The service pupil premium (SPP) provides schools with funding to support pupils with parents in the regular armed forces. Find out which pupils are eligible, how you can identify them and understand how your school can spend the premium.
  • Universal infant free school meals: eligibility and funding Find out how your school is funded for providing universal infant free school meals (UIFSM) and the rules on spending the grant.