July Education Programme
The scheme provides funding for an extended school year for children with a severe or profound general learning disability or children with autism. The extended year is more commonly known as July Provision or the July Education Programme. Where school-based provision is not feasible, home-based provision may be granted.
Where an eligible school participates in the programme, an extra month's education is provided to a pupil who meets the scheme's criteria. Where school-based provision is not feasible, 40 hours home-based provision may be grant aided.
Home Based Programme 2019
Update 4 February 2019
The July Provision Home Based Programme for 2018 is now closed.
Details of the 2019 scheme, Information Note and Application Form will be published here as soon as they are available, (approximately mid March).
If you would like us to send you an email when the scheme is published please register your interest here.
For information regarding the general terms and conditions of the scheme see the Home Based July Provision Grant Scheme 2018 - Information Note
School Based Programme 2019
All eligible schools will be invited to participate in the 2019 School Based July Provision in due course.