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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.

Download our template The COVID-19 catch-up premium was only for the 2020/21 academic year. If you've carried forward any of this funding, the information in this article applies to you. It does not apply to funding for the school-led tutoring grant. You should report on the COVID-19 catch-up premium by publishing details on your school website of:  How you plan to spend the grant How you'll assess its impact on the educational attainment of your pupils  This is explained in the DfE's school website guidance for maintained schools and academies. Your governors will also want to know your plans.  Use our template to help you: Comply with the above publishing requirements – put it on your website Share your plans with your school community KeyDoc: COVID-19 catch-up premium report template If you're sharing this template with your governors, you'll want to check they're happy with the detail included or whether there's any other information they need (you and your board should agree together the scope and

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