How to access school led tutoring (SLT) forms

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From: Education and Skills Funding Agency

You can access the school led tutoring (SLT) form using your linked DfE Sign-in account.

Deadline to complete the form is Friday 14 October 2022.


How to link your DfE sign-in account


If you need to access the form and your DfE sign-in account isnt linked, then you will need to complete these steps:


  1. Login to your DfE Sign-in account 
  2. Click on ‘organisation’ 
  3. Select ‘request access to an organisation’ 
  4. Enter ‘URN or UKPRN’ of the organisation you want your account linked to 
  5. Select the organisation from search results 
  6. Select ‘confirm’


You can link your account to several organisations if required.  

A request will be sent to the approver of that organisation.  Once approved, your account will be linked to the organisation.

You will then be able to access the SLT form through DfE sign-in. 


Where to submit the SLT statement 


There are two ways to submit the SLT statement depending if your organisation is:

Please make sure you select the right link for your organisation, to ensure that your SLT statement is processed correctly. 



How to resolve access issues not related to accounts being linked


If you are experiencing access issues not related to accounts being linked, you will need to follow these steps:

  1. Please sign out of your DSi account completely
  2. Clear the cache and cookies
  3. Close and re-open the browser 
  4. Attempt to access the form via this link for either schools or Local Authorities

You can also try a different web browser, WI-FI and different machine to try and resolve the issue. 



Need further help?


Our guidance on the SLT year-end form for Schools and Local authorities provides more information on it's purpose and what you need to do. 


If you have tried all the steps provided and still cannot access the form, you will need to:

  1. Create an email titled “SLT access issue”. 
  2. Take screenshots, capturing the address bar and include a link to the form you are trying to access.
  3. Email screenshots of the journey you take to get into the system including any error messages to

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