GCSE English and Maths Resits to Receive Funding Boost

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English and maths GCSE resit students and apprentices are set to attract higher funding rates under new government plans. The Department for Education said it will invest an additional £150 million per year over the next two years from 2024/25. It is part of a £600 million reform package being introduced while officials work on a new “advanced British standard” qualification to replace A-levels and T Levels. The funding boost means that if a student is retaking English and maths GCSE while studying at level 2 or below on their 16 to 19 course, they will now attract the same funding as those studying at level 3. Click here for more.