National Tutoring Programme
Impress Education leads the way in creating calm, confident and capable students following a unique methodology that works!
We are an accredited NTP Tuition Partner and can deliver our core subject interventions at heavily subsidised rates up to 50% boosting progress for those students who need it the most.
** may 2023 **There has been an amend to the scheduled funding allocation
Visit the DfE website to find out more about the allocation for 23/24 and what you need to do to take advantage of this increase.
All eligible state-funded schools will receive NTP funding over the course of the academic year 2023/24. This funding is paid in termly instalments by the Education and Skills Funding Agency (ESFA), directly to academies and non-maintained special schools or to maintained schools via local authorities. Local authorities will also receive funding for looked after-children (LAC) and children they have placed in independent special schools. It is intended to cover 50% of the unit cost of tuition, with your school making up the remainder of the cost using PP or other core school budgets.
Who is the National Tutoring Programme funding for?
The NTP is available to pupils in Years 1-11 across all state schools.
Whilst the NTP bases the allocation of funding according to each school’s Pupil Premium numbers, schools are able to use the funding to support pupils in the way they see fit, including for pupils not eligible for Pupil Premium.
What other funding is available to help pupils catch up?
As well as the NTP, schools also have the following funding options to provide catch up support to the pupils who need it most:
- Pupil Premium
- Recovery Premium