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Pupil Premium

What is Pupil Premium?

The Government is providing all schools with extra funding to raise the attainment of disadvantaged children from Reception to Year 11. For 2015-2016, the overall spending has increased to £2.545 billion. Each school can decide how the money is spent, but are held accountable through performance tables and SATs results. Below is a summary of how much money our school has been awarded and a breakdown of how it has been spent.

 

Pupil Premium at Inglewood Junior School

Click to see a PDF filePupil Premium Strategy Statement 2019-20
Click to read our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement.

 

Click to see a PDF fileReviewed Pupil Premium Strategy Statement 2018-19
Click to read our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement.

 

Click to see a PDF filePupil Premium Strategy Statement – Spend 2018-19
Click to read our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement.

 

Click to see a PDF filePupil Premium Strategy Statement – Spend 2017-18 – Updated
Click to read our Pupil Premium Strategy Statement.

 

Click to see a PDF fileImpact of Pupil Premium at Inglewood Junior School 2015 – 2017
Click to read about the impact that Pupil Premium has had on our school.

 

Click to see a PDF filePupil Premium Policy for Inglewood Junior School
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Click to see a PDF filePupil Premium Action Plan 2015/16 for Inglewood Junior School
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