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‘Pupil premiums’ spent filling gaps


“Secondary schools are using money earmarked for the poorest pupils to paper over the cracks caused by Government spending cuts, according to a major report out today.

It warns that very little of the £1.25bn “pupil premium” allocated to schools for teaching disadvantaged pupils is being spent on ways to boost their performance. One in 10 schools were found to be using the money to plug the gap left by budget cuts.”


I can only assume that Clegg is yellow on the outside, blue on the inside.   Blueberries and Custard?

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