GOVERNMENT UPDATES: Guidelines for Schools

6th April 2021

Face masks and social distancing rules.

Schools coronavirus (COVID-19) operational guidance - GOV.UK (


26th August 2020

Guidance on the use of face coverings in schools.

7th August 2020

Government guidance on remote learning.

4th August 2020

NTP launches a brand new website, which will be your main source of information about the opportunities available for support through NTP Tuition Partners and Academic Mentors.


The NTP Academic Mentors section provides a summary of this programme, which is being led by Teach First. The NTP Tuition Partners section provides a short summary of this programme, which is being led by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF). There are pages for schools, for tutoring organisations and for individual tutors, outlining further information on how this programme will work.

20 July 2020


NTP won’t be fully operational until Spring, plus 4 more catch-up funding details

20 July 2020

Education Endowment Foundation:

EEF have published an FAQs which includes a section for schools and tutoring organisations interested in getting involved,
available here:     
A dedicated National Tutoring Programme website, including information about how schools will be able to access support, will be launched next month.
We will announce more details via the NTP website and through the mailing list in due course.

2nd July 2020

Guidance for schools to reopen in September 2020

24th June 2020

Pupil Premuium conditions for 2020-21

22nd June

What is the National Tutoring Programme (NTP)?

The National Tutoring Programme (NTP) is a government-funded, sector-led initiative to support schools to address the impact of Covid-19 school closures on pupils’ learning. From autumn 2020, the NTP will make high-quality tuition available to schools, providing additional support to help pupils who have missed out the most as a result of school closures.

Sign up for NTP updates:

22nd June 2020

The Education Endowment Fund guide for schools can be found here:

19 June 2020

Children in England are set to benefit from a £1 billion Covid “catch-up” package to directly tackle the impact of lost teaching time, the Prime Minister and Education Secretary have confirmed.



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