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Pupil premium: using the list of eligible pupils
Last updated on 25 Mar 2015
Which pupils at my school are eligible for the pupil premium? In this article, we explain that the 2014 data download on the Department for Education's Key to Success website contains information about the pupils at a school who are eligible for pupil premium funding.
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