The pupil premium: updated practical guide
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Marc Rowland

The pupil premium was introduced in 2011 to narrow the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their more affluent peers.

This updated edition of the original ‘Pupil Premium Guide’ includes policy updates from 2015. It was published by the Department for Education in partnership with the National Education Trust and provides essential information and advice to help schools and teachers make the best use of the pupil premium grant to improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupils.

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Marc Rowland

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John Catt Educational

Date of publication:
December 2015

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National Education Trust

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Providing practical tips on the most effective uses of pupil premium funding, this guide is essential reading for professionals working in schools with a high number of eligible pupils.  


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Marc Rowland

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Schools Week

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