Funding for Education Recovery

You know better than anyone that there’s been a lot of disruption over the last few years, but we’re here to help you move forward.

We've heard from schools across the country that building students' knowledge, skills and confidence is key to helping everyone recover from the pandemic and prepare for their next steps.

We’re here to highlight some of the key resources to support you and your learners at every stage. To help you access these products and services, the Government’s Recovery Premium Funding will provide all eligible schools with additional money to support children and young people’s wellbeing and educational recovery.

Searching for more recovery support? Look no further

Our subject experts have created FREE support packs highlighting some key tools and resources that can be paired together, designed to help you make a positive impact with your students. 


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The Government's Funding for Education Recovery: FAQs

The Funding for Education Recovery is dedicated government funding, targeted to help students make up for learning lost during the pandemic. This funding boost is designed to give schools the resources they need to improve attainment, raise starting salaries for teachers and continue to meet the challenge of COVID-19 recovery. It’s in addition to the Pupil Premium and is allocated using the same data. All schools that are eligible for Pupil Premium are eligible for Recovery Premium. 

All schools in England have the flexibility to spend the funding in the way that works best for them, in line with the guidance on curriculum expectations. This could include:

  • Supporting the quality of teaching, such as staff professional development
  • Dealing with non-academic barriers to success in school, such as attendance, behaviour and social and emotional support
  • Providing targeted academic support.

Like the Pupil Premium, schools can: