The Phoenix Primary School & Nursery

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National Tutoring Programme Funding 2023

National Tutoring Programme Funding 2023


The National Tutoring Programme (NTP) is tuition that has been delivered to support pupil progress in a range of curriculum areas.  It is part of the national tutoring programme to support pupil catch-up on missed education due to COVID-19.

The Government stated that, 'The overall approach to the NTP in the 2022 to 2023 academic year is to put schools in charge of designing and delivering a tutoring offer that suits the needs of their pupils.'




The Phoenix Primary School was allocated 15 hours for 200 pupils. This totalled £32,238 from the DFE. The school delegated funding of 40% more to support this tuition programme.  238 pupils have benefited from the funding.

The funding can be used for specific activities to support pupils to catch up for lost teaching during lockdown and schools have the flexibility to spend this funding in the best way for their cohort and circumstances.

Through our rigorous and effective assessment processes, we identify which areas of learning and development need the most support to enable every child to reach their full potential.

At the Phoenix Primary School and Nursery, we have allocated our funding in the following ways:


Cost (£) 


Tutoring/ Personalised intervention cost for teachers  


Year 6 class teacher providing weekly after-school provision.

Contribution to supply teacher costs 


Part-time supply teacher employed to allow for additional provision within the school day. 

Contributions to bursary payments


Student teachers employed to allow for additional provision.

Tuition Partner


Third Space Learning - Maths Tutoring Provision.




  • Pupils will have made accelerated progress in the areas that tuition covered.
  • Pupils will achieve outstanding SATs results
  • Analysis of pupil progress will indicate that gaps are closing or have been closed.
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