Funding is available for secondary schools, and is based on the
schools existing year 7 cohort. Schools will receive a daily rate per
place, based either on 50% of their year 7 cohort being offered a place
on a two-week programme, or on 100% of the cohort being offered a
The daily rate for a pupil place is £59.70. Schools will receive the
full per-pupil daily rate for any pupil for whom a place was delivered
in line with this guidance.
The funding equates to £597 per two-week place, with £1,791 per place
available for pupils in special schools, special units within
mainstream schools and alternative provision.
This funding must be used for provision delivered during the school
summer holidays and schools can choose to run a one- or two-week summer
school, and involve different pupils over the period, which could mean
more pupils benefit from a shorter summer school.
Working with Arts and Cultural Organisations:
The guidance gives schools clear permission to work with local arts and cultural organisations to deliver their summer schools:
Partner organisations can play a key role, ranging from providing arts, media and sports expertise to managing summer schools.
and encourages them to consider how the arts can form part of the enrichment activities:
Schools could consider working with any local cultural provision,
for example working with their local library on reading events, or
organising visits to local museums or galleries.
For more information, visit the website.