Confirmed to Speak:
- Steve Kethero, Policy Adviser, Achievement and Disadvantage Unit, Department for Education
- Daniel Jones, Assistant Headteacher, Springfield Junior School & Pupil Premium Reviewer, Teaching School Alliance
- Shazia Akram, Headteacher, Edward Pauling Primary School
- Katy Galling, Head of Learning & Development & Scott Hampton, Leader of Learning and Development, Haytor View Community Primary School
- Jill Duman, Education Adviser, Norfolk County Council
- (Chair), Jonathan Haslam, Deputy Director, Institute for Effective Education
While recent research shows a mixed picture in terms of the success of Pupil Premium in Primary Schools, it is in no doubt that the funding has become an integral part of schools’ budgets. How to allocate this funding effectively, and demonstrate as much to Ofsted, is a key question for School Leaders when addressing the challenges of inequality and social mobility.
Attend this timely Westminster Briefing for a full update on the latest Pupil Premium policy and evidence, and what Ofsted will be looking for in this area. The agenda will have best practice examples running through the day, ensuring that you take back concrete strategies to implement in your school.
Key issues to be addressed:
- Increasing the impact of the Pupil Premium in primary schools: Government update
- Pupil Premium in a wider context: how can it contribute to increasing social mobility
- The Pupil Premium: what Ofsted looks at
- Creating a productive relationship with Early Years and Secondary schemes
- Accurately measuring and reporting the impact of your spend: effective use of evidence & data
- The role of Local Authorities in funding and oversight
- Putting quality teaching and learning first: involving senior leaders and whole-staff training
- Learning from peers: case studies of effective practice from primary schools
- Best practice in publishing results and utilising your school website
About the event:
The morning session will focus on recent developments in Pupil Premium policy and practice, and how it is inspected.
The afternoon session will examine in detail strategies currently being used successfully in primary schools to close the attainment gap.
Who should attend?
You will join a range of education stakeholders including, but not limited to Headteachers, Senior Leaders, Pupil Premium Co-ordinators, School Business Managers, Governors, Local Authority Representatives and anyone involved or interested in closing the attainment gap.
For registration enquiries please contact: Customer.Services@westminster-briefing.com | 0207 593 5657
To discuss event sponsorship, speaking opportunities and agenda content, please email: Tim.Archer@Westminster-Briefing.com