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How academies are funded

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Last updated on 26 October 2017
School types: Academy · School phases: All
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What sources of government funding are available to academies? Academies receive much of their funding in the form of the general annual grant (GAG). We outline various funding sources available to academies, including funding outside the GAG such as capital funding and the pupil premium.

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  1. 1 Academies and maintained schools: funding comparison
  2. 2 The general annual grant (GAG)
  3. 3 Funding outside the GAG
  4. 4 New academies and MATs

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