Pupil Premium Conference: Improving Outcomes for Disadvantaged Children
Since the pupil premium was introduced in 2011, the additional funding for disadvantaged young people has been widely welcomed by teachers, schools leaders and education experts. But despite some high profile success stories, questions have been raised about the effectiveness of the policy when it comes to closing the attainment gap.
Nearly two million school children in England are eligible for pupil premium funding but research has shown that only a third of them will secure five good passes at GCSE. Those who fail to achieve these grades struggle to move on to employment or further study.
Join us for the Pupil Premium Conference where leading experts from the education sector will discuss how schools can improve outcomes for disadvantaged children and get the most from the additional funding.
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- Identifying the barriers and challenges in narrowing the gaps
- Developing a pupil premium policy
- The leadership of the pupil premium, including governance
- The importance of teaching and learning in narrowing the gaps
- Reporting on and accounting for the PPG
- How to evaluate the impact of interventions
- Engaging parents and the community
- Supporting high attainers through the PPG
- Creating enrichment and opportunity through the PPG
- Helping vulnerable pupils through transition between and beyond schools
Who should attend?
- Acting SENCo/PP leader
- Assistant Headteacher
- Executive Head
- Head of School
- School Govenor
- SENCO and DSL