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Reporting pupil premium expenditure to governors

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Last updated on 1 June 2017
School types: Maintained, Academy · School phases: Primary, Secondary
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What should a report to governors on the pupil premium cover? We have created a KeyDoc template which sets out how pupil premium spending might be reported to the governing board. We also include information on the frequency of reports, and questions that governors can ask about the pupil premium.

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Contents

  1. 1 No statutory format for reports 
  2. 2 KeyDoc: report template
  3. 3 Using individual case studies
  4. 4 Frequency of reports and updates
  5. 5 Accountability

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