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Pupil premium: demonstrating the impact

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Last updated on 14 February 2017
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How can we show the impact of the pupil premium funding? We highlight examples of how schools can demonstrate the impact of the pupil premium spending. We also look at how to show the impact of pastoral support, and cite advice on presenting information to Ofsted.

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Contents

  1. 1 Schools must publish information on the impact
  2. 2 Demonstrating the impact: examples from schools
  3. 3 Demonstrating the impact of pastoral support
  4. 4 Inspection of pupil premium spending

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