You will find the financing agreement in the “Downloads” section on the right of the page. The funding agreement provides the framework for your academy or free school. If you need advice or assistance in defining changes to your existing funding agreements and/or governance training to ensure compliance with the new governance requirements, please contact Chris Billington on 0113 244 6100. Each academy needs an SFA that operates alongside the AMF, and these agreements should be read in conjunction with each other. In the list of search results, click on the name of the Academy whose funding agreement you want to see – this will take you to your individual school page. Single Model Funding Contract and Supplementary Funding Agreement Framework Funding Agreement For more details on the amendments and additional provisions that have been added to the revised funding agreements, as well as on the changes to be made to existing funding agreements that will be made prior to the June 2014 version, please contact us. The AMF ends between the Secretary of State for Education (SoS) and the Multi Academy Trust (MAT) and is the framework in which the MAT agrees to work in exchange for funding. The AMF deals with issues such as authorisations, exclusions and reporting obligations. The Master`s Funding Agreement is the contract between the Secretary of State for Education, in accordance with Section 2 of the Academies Act 2010 and the Multi Academy Trust. The funding agreement sets out how the academic trust and schools will be managed within the Academy Trust.

Funding agreements often vary from school to school. Model funding agreements are published on the Department for Education (DfE) website Model funding agreements New Changes to DfE funding agreements for academies If you are creating a multi-Academy trust, use the master-funding contract for the Trust as a whole. Each of the trust schools will then use the corresponding supplementary funding agreement. The financing agreements have been restructured in a more logical order, with simpler language and a number of additional provisions. These include specific requirements for pupils to be informed of the evolution and promotion of British values. If the Academy you are looking at does not have a funding agreement, please contact us by clicking here and filling out the form. The DfE has not yet published revised standard funding agreements for non-traditional projects, such as: The new funding agreements for regular and open schools, which will be opened on 1 September 2014 or after 1 September 2014, are available on the gov.uk website under the following links: The DfE has just published new model funding agreements for open access academies and multi-academy academies. Typical funding agreements for schools or groups that create a new multi-academy trust and singles or multi-academy trusts that create new academies and free schools. You will find the promotion agreement of an academy on its respective school page.

You must complete, with your funding agreement, a brief and status. The academies of the Eastern Multi-Academy Trust receive their funds from the Education Funding Agency (EFA) of the DfE. .

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