National Tutoring Programme for 2022/23: summary
Understand your requirements for using and reporting on the National Tutoring Programme in the 2022/23 academic year.
- It's a grant to address low attainment and educational inequality
- It’s for state-funded schools and academy trusts
- You can choose from 3 different ways of providing tuition
- How the funding is allocated
- How you can spend it
- When you’ll receive it
- You must report your costs, even if you don't use the grant
- You should focus on disadvantaged pupils
- How to maximise the impact of tutoring sessions
- When to run tutoring sessions
- The subjects you can cover in tutoring sessions
- Supporting pupils with SEND
- You can offer tutoring over the holidays
It's a grant to address low attainment and educational inequality
The National Tutoring Programme (NTP) was established to help pupils catch up on learning lost during the pandemic, but the focus is now on the attainment gap more generally.
You’re expected to prioritise disadvantaged and vulnerable pupils to receive the tutoring – but you have the flexibility to decide which pupils need the most support. See more about how to prioritise pupils below.
It’s for state-funded schools and academy trusts
See a full list of who's eligible Primary, secondary and all through LA-maintained schools, academies and free schools LA-maintained special schools Special academies and free schools Special schools not maintained by an LA Independent special schools, where the placement is funded by the LA Pupil referral units (PRUs) Alternative provision (AP) academies and free schools LA-maintained hospital schools and academies Special educational