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On the 5th February, Education and Childcare Minister Sam Gyimah praised the efforts of schools across the country to tackle disadvantage as he launched the Pupil Premium Awards. 4 Wiltshire Primary schools have made it through the first round, having had outstanding results for their disadvantaged pupils over the last couple of years. They have received letters from the Minister inviting them to apply for a National Award. They are: Forest and Sandridge CE Primary School, Pewsey Primary School, Paxcroft Primary School and Priestley Primary School. 

Prizes include the chance to see Shakespeare productions and visit museums, such as London’s world-renowned Science Museum, to take part in exclusive activities and learning programmes.

The awards will be presented by Tracey Emin, one of Britain’s foremost contemporary artists at a ceremony in May; while internationally respected education expert Andreas Schleicher, who is Director for Education and Skills at the OECD, will chair the high-profile panel of judges.

  • A Numbers Count Learning Wall.

  • The Parent Support Adviser in 'The Coffee Shop' at Wyndham Park Infant School.

  • Literacy Intervention learning space.

  • A Numbers Count intervention learning space.

  • Parents can meet up at 'The Coffee Shop' at Wyndham Park Infant School.

  • Sensory corner in a Nurture Room.

  • Inside the 'Robin Room' Nurture Space.

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