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Post-16 funding: FAQs

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Last updated on 7 September 2018
School types: All · School phases: 16 Plus
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Learn more about post-16 funding, with answers to questions on students not sitting exams or dropping a subject, funding for students over 19, calculating planned hours on 2-year courses, new arrivals to sixth forms, addressing deficits and how to submit census data.

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  1. 1 Will we lose funding if a student does not sit an exam?
  2. 2 Will we lose funding if a student drops a subject?
  3. 3 Is there funding for students who are over 19?
  4. 4 Can we average the planned hours in a 2-year programme?
  5. 5 How are new arrivals to sixth forms funded?
  6. 6 Can we use school funding to address a sixth-form deficit?
  7. 7 Do maintained schools submit the ILR?
  8. 8 Are EU students funded? 

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