Tuition Fund Statement 2022-23
What is the tuition fund?
The coronavirus (COVID-19) 16 to 19 tuition fund is a fund allocated to all 16 to 19 institutions who receive annual funding allocations from the ESFA for the provision of 16 to 19 education, specifically to mitigate the disruption to learning due to COVID-19. The funding is targeted at students in most need, offering small group tuition to recover lost learning.
The following activities are supported by the tuition fund:
- Small groups and one-to-one tuition
- Tuition in maths, English and other academic subjects
- Tuition in non-academic subjects, such as exam preparation
- Tuition in vocational courses.
Who is eligible to access support through the tuition find?
The following students are edible for tuition via the 16 to 19 tuition fund:
- Students that have not achieved a grade 6 in GCSE English and/or GCSE maths at age 16 and who need catch up support
- Students from the 27% most economically deprived areas of the country (based on the index of multiple deprivation) and who need catch up support
- Students that are economically disadvantaged who meet the 16 to 19 Bursary Fund eligibility criteria and who need catch up support to reach their full potential (even where prior attainment is high)
- Students aged 19 to 24 who have an education, health and care (EHC) plan, subject to meeting the eligibility for the fund.
HRC will support students using the tuition fund in line with the eligibility outlined above via small group and one to one tutoring in English, maths and vocational areas. Small group support sessions will also be made available to support students in non- academic subjects including examination preparation and success.
All tuition fund sessions will be recorded and monitored at curriculum level via the College’s performance review process. The College will ensure that it is not just ‘at risk’ students who access support, but also those who require support to achieve higher grades and skills.
HRC Exams and Results Page setup to provide the latest Information.
You can collect your GCSE results from the campus where you sat the exam 9am to 2pm on Thursday 25th August 2022.
Ware – To be signposted at Main reception.
Broxbourne – Collect from Reception Area.
If you require someone else to collect on your behalf, you must give the nominated person a signed letter giving permission for them to collect and the individual must provide a form of formal identification i.e. Passport, Driving Licence.
Any results not collected by 2pm on Thursday will be posted out to the home address that we have on your student record.
If you are unable to attend to collect or await the posted results slip and require a secured email of results you will need to contact the exams office directly on the email address below for the special arrangements to be discussed and approved accordingly.
Students who would like to make an Appeal on a Grade released – Please contact your Tutor directly in the first instance and the process for this will be released. Please do not contact the Awarding Body directly to Appeal as this must be processed directly by the Exams Centre where you took the exam.
Phone - 01992 411 400