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How alternative provision is funded

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Last updated on 5 January 2018
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How are pupil referral units (PRUs) funded? We look at guidance on how alternative provision settings, including PRUs and alternative provision academies, are funded. We also point to articles about changes to high needs funding.

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  1. 1 The high needs block
  2. 2 Place funding
  3. 3 Top-up funding
  4. 4 Funding for travel
  5. 5 Commissioned services
  6. 6 AP academies and free schools
  7. 7 Changes to high needs funding

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