A place to talk about full time schools and post 16 training.
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Normally no but there is a clause in there to say that it is at the schools discretion if they reassess at the end of an academic year - usually I think if income is expected to vary considerably from year to year. I know of a family for instance where the dad was unable to work for a number of months following a car accident and subsequent operation, this being during the tax year submitted for the DADA application so the funding was reassessed at the end of the year. And working the other way, when a change of family circumstances meant a big drop in income, they were able to get reassessed to allow their DD to continue. Under normal circumstances and for the vast majority of cases though, its an initial one off calculation.