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Pupil premium policies

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Last updated on 18 August 2015
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Are there any examples of pupil premium policies? We look at a policy from a teaching school along with tips on how the school developed it. We also include examples from primary, secondary and special schools, and give top tips to bear in mind when writing your own policy.

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  1. 1 Policies from primary schools
  2. 2 Policy from a secondary school
  3. 3 Policy from a special school
  4. 4 Reporting to parents and governors

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