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The National Pupil Premium Conference 2019 will provide a vital opportunity to explore the latest updates and strategies in implementing an outstanding Pupil Premium strategy which maximises educational outcomes and closes the attainment gap for all disadvantaged pupils. Attendees will hear from policy experts and leading practitioners in delivering proven strategies which ensure high impact interventions to improve attainment. Delegates will also have the opportunity to assess innovative approaches in ensuring value for money in pupil premium spending and evaluate how all schools can enhance teaching and learning provision to support outstanding achievement and progression for pupils.

Reasons to Attend:

the latest pupil premium funding allocations for 2018/19 and the developments to Pupil Premium Plus
what constitutes an outstanding pupil premium strategy and learn best practice lessons from schools delivering highly effective interventions for disadvantaged pupils
how your school can develop a bespoke plan to evaluate pupil needs and deliver value for money in implementing pupil premium programmes
Ofsted’s key criteria in evaluating pupil premium provision and assess the characteristics of schools delivering the best outcomes for pupils
the latest evidence in programmes which are proven to deliver high impact for disadvantaged pupils in closing the attainment gap
how senior leadership and teaching staff can gain professional development and improve teaching provision through a successful pupil premium strategy
how to successfully review the needs of pupil premium children and deliver improved interventions which meet evolving needs
with policy experts and practitioners to share best practice and the latest innovations in implementing pupil premium strategies
This Conference is specifically designed for Primary and Secondary Schools, Local Authorities and Charities. Typical job titles will include:
  • Headteachers
  • Deputy Headteachers
  • Assistant Headteachers
  • Heads of Inclusion
  • Heads of Pupil Premium
  • Pupil Premium Coordinators
  • School Improvement Advisers
  • School Business Managers
  • Virtual School Heads
  • School Improvement Officers
  • Heads of Looked After and Adopted Children
  • Heads of Behaviour and Welfare

*This Conference is also open to the wider public sector, as well as the private sector to encourage networking and discussion.

Testimonials

The quality of the speakers was very good. Some great ideas were shared between people. It was inspiring to hear how different people have addressed the needs of disadvantaged students.

Raising Achievement Co-ordinator, Ursuline High School Wimbledon

A useful and thought-provoking event.

School Governor, Columbia Primary School

Really interesting with lots of interesting views and strategies we could use as whole school improvements for Pupil Premium interventions.

Assistant Principal, The Chalfonts Community College

Inspirational and passionate speakers providing information and insight into national issues on provision for disadvantaged children.

Principal Advisor, London Borough of Ealing

The quality of the speakers was very good. Some great ideas were shared between people. It was inspiring to hear how different people have addressed the needs of disadvantaged students.

Raising Achievement Co-ordinator, Ursuline High School Wimbledon

A very useful event to keep up to date with Pupil Premium.

Qualities Adviser, London Borough of Merton Council