Coronavirus: Schools get up to £75,000 for extra costs

The TES reports that schools are eligible for up to £75,000 for costs incurred due to coronavirus.

The government has announced that schools will be eligible for extra funding of up to £75,000 per school to help them cover additional costs from the coronavirus outbreak.

In guidance published today, the Department for Education said that in the coming weeks, some schools that remain open would face “additional costs as a result of the coronavirus (Covid-19) outbreak”.

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