Deputy PM Nick Clegg’s praise for Louth academy’s work to boost disadvantaged students

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The deputy prime minister Nick Clegg has personally written to Cordeaux Academy in Louth to praise them for their work to improve education for their most disadvantaged students.

The school is eligible for the 2013 Pupil Premium Awards which recognises schools who boost performances of such pupils, for which Cordeaux are among the top in the country.

The school can now apply for a prize of up to £10,000 if they enter the finals.

Principal Peter Kubicki said he was proud of the staff and students for such an achievement.