National Tutoring Programme for 2023/24: summary

Find out your requirements for using the National Tutoring Programme (NTP) in the 2023/24 academic year. Understand how the funding is allocated, what you can spend it on, and how to maximise its impact on pupils' learning.

Last reviewed on 26 July 2023
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Contents
  1. What is the National Tutoring Programme (NTP)?
  2. 2023/24 is the final year of the NTP
  3. How the funding is allocated
  4. How you can spend it
  5. When you’ll receive it 
  6. Report your costs, even if you don't use the grant
  7. How to maximise the impact of tutoring sessions

What is the National Tutoring Programme (NTP)?

It's a grant that schools can spend on targeted academic support to help narrow the attainment gap.

You’re expected to prioritise disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils, but you have the flexibility to decide which pupils need the most support. See more about how to prioritise pupils below. 

All state-funded schools and academy trusts with pupil premium (PP) grant-eligible pupils in years 1 to 11 will receive the grant. 

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