Lib Dem initiative brings £3 million extra for Kingston pupils

Every school in Kingston will benefit from increased pupil premiums in 2013/14.

The cash targets extra money to schools depending on the number of children from disadvantaged backgrounds they have, at a rate of £900 per pupil. The Pupil Premium is a major Liberal Democrat priority that is being delivered by the Coalition Government.

The full total for Kingston schools will be £3,047,000. 

The full total for Kingston schools will be £3,047,000.

Of the primary schools, Castle Hill will receive £113,400, Green Lane £81,000, King Athelston £102,600, Kings Oak £146,700, Lovelace £96,300, Malden Manor £88,200 and Tolworth Junior £82,800.

Of the secondary schools, Chessington Community College will receive £197,100, Coombe Boys £167,400, Coombe Girls £168,300, Southborough High £135,000, Hollyfield £152,100 and Tolworth Girls £189,900.

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