Effective use of Pupil Premium funding
09:30–15:00 on 8 February 2019
“There’s no doubt that the Pupil Premium has enabled schools to focus more on the learning of their disadvantaged pupils. Having the resources to target support at disadvantaged pupils is the first step to closing the attainment gap. But it is how those resources are spent that will really make the difference.”
– Sir Kevan Collins
A good education with the qualifications to show for it can transform lives for the better. Conversely, young people who finish their studies without attaining expected standards struggle both in further study and in the world of work. This is why a focus on the attainment gap between children and young people from economically disadvantaged backgrounds and their fellow students is critical to ensuring a positive future for all.
Sandringham Research School is offering a one day event which will explore:
- The principles of effective Pupil Premium use and the foundations of good implementation.
- How to identify and apply appropriate, evidence-informed programmes that address improvement priorities and defined challenges.
- Developing an approach to evaluate the progress and quality of Pupil Premium provision.
To download a copy of our poster click here.
Aimed at: Pupil Premium Coordinators, Senior Leaders and Pastoral Leaders from primary and secondary schools.
Featuring: Marc Rowland, author of An Updated Practical Guide to the Pupil Premium and Director of Rosendale Research School
and the Sandringham Research School team: Dr Caroline Creaby, Kate Mouncey & Karen Roskilly
Date & Time: Friday 8th February 2019, 9.30am – 3pm.
Venue: Sandringham School, The Ridgeway, St Albans. AL4 9NX.
Cost: £100 per person, including all resources, refreshments and a copy of Marc Rowland’s book An Updated Practical Guide to the Pupil Premium
Booking: click here to book your place.Posted on 17 July 2018
Posted in: Events, Training/CPD
Tags: EEF, evidence-informed, Pupil Premium