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Post-16 funding: is there funding for students who repeat a year?

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Last updated on 11 September 2017
School types: All · School phases: 16 Plus
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Is there funding for post-16 students who repeat a year? We link to guidance on funding regulations from the Education and Skills Funding Agency, and answer frequently asked questions about funding for students who repeat a year and re-sit exams.

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  1. 1 Programmes for resits are not usually funded
  2. 2 Advice on possible options
  3. 3 Further questions
  4. 4 Distribution of funding

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