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News: Pupil premium 'increasingly used to offset budget cuts'

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A rising number of schools are using the pupil premium to offset cuts to other parts of their budgets, a new study claims. The report also looks at schools' main priorities for spending. We link to articles on how schools can use the pupil premium and make the most of their existing budgets.

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