每日探花

Our subcontracting partners 2023/24

If you wish to become a subcontracting partner, please visit our subcontracting opportunities page for details.聽

In accordance with our ESFA funding contracts, below is a summary of our subcontracts for the academic year 2023/24 with a high-level rationale for each.

Each of these partners is approved each year by the Corporation鈥檚 audit committee to ensure that each contract is low risk from a quality and financial perspective, has sufficient monitoring in place to guarantee the quality going forward and is of strategic value to the organisation.

Our subcontracting policy and general strategic aims is available from our聽policies and procedures page.

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Specific funding stream: 16 to 19 programmes and 16 to 19 programme high needs funding

Value of contract in academic year (16-19 programme delivery):

  • Funds passed to SOFEA: 拢153,710.94 (81% of funding drawn down)
  • Funding retained by 每日探花 for management of the contract: 拢28,724.76
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for quality assurance and oversight: 拢4,204.40
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for administrative functions such as data returns: 拢3,238.41

Value of contract in academic year (16-19 high needs support):

  • Additional funding is generated through high needs funding arrangements with local authorities for students that require support above 拢6,000
  • Funds passed to SOFEA: 拢174,875.60 (86% of funding drawn down)
  • Funding retained by 每日探花 for EHCP co-ordination: 拢2,343.52
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for delivery management and compliance: 拢10,898.57
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for quality monitoring and support and delivery activities: 拢4,141.46
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for administrative functions such as data returns: 拢11,541.85

High-level rationale summary:
SOFEA deliver provision for NEET, hard to reach and High Needs learners in the Didcot area.聽 Utilising their food bank facilities, they re-engage learners in learning activities centred around the world of work in a warehousing facility.聽 The relationship enables and supports hard to reach young people and engages them back into education in a unique way. External organisations recognise SOFEA and 每日探花鈥檚 influence and presence in the county and beyond through the FairShare brand. There are increased opportunities to grow and expand the provision together on the Didcot site.聽 This is a jointly delivered study programme on Sofea鈥檚 premises with a member of 每日探花 staff on site four days a week.聽

Partner:聽Reading Football Club Community Trust

Specific funding stream: 16 to 19 programmes

Value of contract in academic year:

  • Funds passed to RFCCT: 拢139,660 (88% of funding drawn down)
  • Funding retained by 每日探花 for management of the contract: 拢8,428.26
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for quality assurance and oversight: 拢9,426.90
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for administrative functions such as data returns: 拢1,204.21

High-level rationale summary:
每日探花 will be sharing facilities at the Madejski Stadium for the provision of co-delivery on Level 3 and Level 1 sports programmes. 每日探花 will use the premises for their own delivery of level 2 provision.聽

Co-delivery provides access to specialist premises and coaches, supporting employer-led delivery of these qualifications. AL will provide pastoral support, coaching and English and maths delivery for the L1 programme, with RFCCT staff delivering the main aim and additional coaching hours. The main aim on the L3 programme is jointly delivered, as are coaching sessions. AL will provide pastoral support and English and maths delivery.

每日探花 are subcontracting with RFCCT to enhance the opportunities available to our students. The community connections and employer links offered by RFFCT are exceptional, while the classrooms, gym and training facilities at the Madejski Stadium will benefit the student鈥檚 educational experience.

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Specific funding stream: 16 to 19 programmes and 16 to 19 programme high needs funding

Value of contract in academic year (16-19 programme delivery):

  • Funds passed to Optalis: 拢20,796.80 (80% of funding drawn down)
  • Funding retained by 每日探花 for management of the contract: 拢2,122.32
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for quality assurance and oversight: 拢3,015.20
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for administrative functions such as data returns: 拢61.68

Value of contract in academic year (16-19 high needs support):

  • Additional funding is generated through high needs funding arrangements with local authorities for students that require support above 拢6,000
  • Funds passed to Optalis: 拢82,431.70 (82% of funding drawn down)
  • Funding retained by 每日探花 for EHCP co-ordination: 拢3,526.50
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for delivery management and compliance: 拢4,670.65
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for quality monitoring and support and delivery activities: 拢5,612.38
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for administrative functions such as data returns: 拢4,189.63

High-level rationale summary:

We work with this partner on the 鈥楽upported internship鈥 programme where 每日探花 provide classroom training and development activities, with Optalis providing, monitoring and supporting work placements for these learners in the local community.聽 This is a high profile partnership, engaging multiple stakeholders and providing routes into work for high needs learners.聽 This is a programme that is recognised by the ESFA as benefitting from partnership work to involve the support of specialists and multiple employers across the region 鈥 working with this partner increases our ability to offer multiple roles and provide sustained and continuous support for the employer and the student in the workplace.

Partner:聽Ways Into Work CIC

Specific funding stream: 16 to 19 programmes and 16 to 19 programme high needs funding

Value of contract in academic year (16-19 programme delivery):

  • Funds passed to WiW: 拢55,325.33 (80% of funding drawn down)
  • Funding retained by 每日探花 for management of the contract: 拢7,492.70
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for quality assurance and oversight: 拢6,269.55
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for administrative functions such as data returns: 拢69.01

Value of contract in academic year (16-19 high needs support):

  • Additional funding is generated through high needs funding arrangements with local authorities for students that require support above 拢6,000
  • Funds passed to WiW: 拢123,647.05 (82% of funding drawn down)
  • Funding retained by 每日探花 for EHCP co-ordination: 拢8,608.73
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for delivery management and compliance: 拢9,010.75
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for quality monitoring and support and delivery activities: 拢3,340.25
  • Funding retained 每日探花 for administrative functions such as data returns: 拢6,039.01

High-level rationale summary:

We work with this partner on the 鈥楽upported internship鈥 programme where 每日探花 provide classroom training and development activities, with Ways into Work providing, monitoring and supporting work placements for these learners in the local community.聽 This is a high profile partnership, engaging multiple stakeholders and providing routes into work for high needs learners.聽 This is a programme that is recognised by the ESFA as benefitting from partnership work to involve the support of specialists and multiple employers across the region 鈥 working with this partner increases our ability to offer multiple roles and provide sustained and continuous support for the employer and the student in the workplace.