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The School and Early Years Finance (England) Regulations 2012

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PART 1Applicable only to budget shares for maintained schools

1.  A single sum of an equal amount to be given to each school of up to £200,000 per school.

2.  Prior attainment based on the number of pupils in school years 1 to 4, who achieved either—

(a)fewer than 78 points; or

(b)fewer than 73 points,

on the current Early Years Foundation Stage Profile.

3.  Prior attainment based on the number of pupils at key stages 3 and 4 who achieved level 3 or lower in both English and Maths at key stage 2.

4.  A single per pupil amount for each pupil, based on the number of pupils in school years 1 and 2 and at key stage 2 for whom English is not their first language, where either—

(a)the pupil has been attending a school or schools in England since 7th October 2010;

(b)the pupil has been attending a school or schools in England since 6th October 2011; or

(c)the pupil has been attending a school or schools in England since 4th October 2012.

5.  A single per pupil amount for each pupil, based on the number of pupils at key stages 3 and 4 for whom English is not their first language, where either—

(a)the pupil has been attending a school or schools in England since 7th October 2010;

(b)the pupil has been attending a school or schools in England since 6th October 2011; or

(c)the pupil has been attending a school or schools in England since 4th October 2012.

6.  A single per pupil amount in respect of pupil mobility, based on the number of pupils at key stages 1 and 2 who joined the school—

(a)in the previous three academic years at any time other than August or September, excluding pupils who joined the school in the nursery class, if the school has such a class; and

(b)in the reception class at any time other than January, in the previous three academic years.

7.  A single per pupil amount in respect of pupil mobility, based on the number of pupils at key stages 3 and 4 who joined the school in the last three academic years at any time other than August or September.

8.  A single per pupil amount, based on the number of pupils who on 31st March 2012 were either—

(a)looked after children and were attending a school in the local authority area;

(b)children who had been looked after for six months or more and were attending a school in the local authority area; or

(c)children who had been looked after for twelve months or more and were attending a school in the local authority area.

9.  Funding for schools with split sites, where the funding must be in accordance with criteria published by the authority.

10.  Non-domestic rates payable in respect of the premises of each school (including actual or estimated cost).

11.  Payments in relation to a private finance initiative (including actual or estimated cost).

12.  Differential salaries of teachers at schools in the county councils of Buckinghamshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Kent or West Sussex due to the schools being in different London salary weighting areas.

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