Schools across Kingston Upon Thames get cash funding
By adam_leone | Wednesday, January 16, 2013, 10:18
Thanks to the Pupil Premium scheme introduced by the Coalition Government just before Christmas, schools across the Kingston are are to get a slice of a £3 million pound grant.
Money is allocated to schools depending on the number of children from disadvantaged backgrounds they have, at a rate of £900 per pupil.
Below is a list of some of the schools in Kingston Upon Thames, and how much money money they're expected to receive.
Alexandra Infant School - £21,600
Coombe Hill Infant School - £19,800
Coombe Hill Junior School - £36,000
King Athelstan Primary School - £102,600
King's Oak Primary School - £146,700
Robin Hood Primary School - £54,900
Southborough High School - £135,000
The Tiffin Girls' School - £18,000
Tiffin School - £41,400
Fern Hill Primary School - £35,100
St John's CofE Primary School - £15,300
St Luke's CofE Primary School - £13,500
St Paul's CofE Junior School - £31,500
To see a full breakdown of the figures click on this link.