£32m school funding boost detailed

The Welsh Government says the Pupil Deprivation Grant represents 'practical action to reduce the impact of poverty'.

Below is a breakdown of how the funding is being allocated per local authority.

Anglesey - £643,050

Blaenau Gwent - £1,052,550

Bridgend - £1,556,100

Caerphilly - £2,484,000

Cardiff - £4,072,950

Carmarthenshire - £1,690,200

Ceredigion - £458,100

Conwy - £1,012,950

Denbighshire - £1,073,250

Gwynedd - £904,050

Flintshire - £1,236,150

Merthyr Tydfil - £810,000

Monmouthshire - £506,250

Neath-Port Talbot - £1,799,100

Newport - £1,762,650

Pembrokeshire - £1,160,100

Powys - £765,900

Swansea - £2,670,750

Rhondda Cynon Taff - £3,382,650

Torfaen - £1,029,600

Vale of Glamorgan - £1,073,700

Wrexham - £1,288,800

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Schools funding boost

Schools across Wales are to receive an extra thirty two million pounds a year to help its most disadvantaged pupils.