Schools use pupil premium to plug funding gaps, survey finds

Derren Hayes
Friday, June 17, 2016

Schools are increasingly using money earmarked to help disadvantaged pupils to offset cuts to their general funding, a survey of teachers suggests.

Music classes for disadvantaged pupils are one of the early help schemes funded through the pupil premium
Music classes for disadvantaged pupils are one of the early help schemes funded through the pupil premium

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