Transparency in the use of Pupil Premium

I read an interesting article from the Ofsted inspectorate which clearly suggested that schools that fail to keep good use of the pupil premium could lose discretion on how they spend it.

In September 2012  Ofsted surveyed 262 schools and basically asked how they were using this money and what difference they could evidence this was making in the lives of pupils.

A major weakness was that these funds were not separated from the schools DSG and other funding streams.

Thus if you require support to help avoid the above pitfall and general support in ring-fencing such expenditure  ,aligned  to pooling together the service deliverable this additional money has brought about please contact Annal Nayyar.

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