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Attend Creating an Effective Pupil Premium Strategy as a standalone one day training course, or book onto the Pupil Premium Conference to receive a discount when booking onto the training course. Contact [email protected] for more information

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09:15 - 16:15
Thursday 11 July 2019
Central London
Overview
Agenda
Speaker Bios

For a limited time we are offering 10% discounts for the first 8 delegates on the course. To take advantage of this discount, enter code SCKPAKP when completing your booking.

 

Every school needs to ensure that the Pupil Premium funding reaches the groups of pupils for who it is intended to make positive impact on their education. However, throwing money at disadvantage pupils does not necessarily mean learning is going to happen. The best schools must become more analytical and informed about how they are spending their Pupil Premium to ensure that every child will not just survive but thrive.

At a time of stretched budgets, school leaders and governors should be looking combining the best Pupil Premium strategies and cost effectiveness to achieve best outcome for their most disadvantage pupils.

Attend this Creating an Effective Pupil Premium Strategy training course to learn how to make the best use of Pupil Premium funding that focuses on closing the attainment gap through the creation of effective strategies that are able to demonstrate the clear impact and effectiveness of your pupil premium spending.

 

Learning Objectives:
  • Learn about and understand the recent changes to the Pupil Premium
  • Find out how you can develop an effective spending plan for your Pupil Premium funding
  • Utilise data to demonstrate effective pupil premium spend at your next inspection
  • Examine the best ways to utilise Pupil Premium Plus for looked after and post looked-after children
  • Successfully close the attainment gap within your school and evidence the impact of achievement
  • Devise an Evidence Based Strategy to show the impact of your Pupil Premium

 

Trainer 

Nigel Bishop, National Education Trainer and Consultant

Nigel is a National Education Trainer and Consultant, with over 28 years of experience in primary education.

With 22 years’ experience in primary education, including two successful headships, as well as over 5 years of training and consultancy work undertaken all over England, Nigel is able to bring a wealth of experience to bear on a wide range of issues that challenge school leaders, class teachers and learning support staff. As a national trainer and consultant Nigel has developed significant expertise in the effective use of the Pupil Premium and also in interpretation of school assessment data, including ASP (formerly RAISE). Nigel is also qualified person-centered counsellor.

Time
Session Title
09:15
Registration
09:45
Trainer’s Welcome and Introduction

Nigel Bishop, National Education Trainer and Consultant

10:00
Discussing the Pupil Premium Landscape and Current Statutory Pupil Premium Requirements
  • Discussing changes to funding and provision for disadvantaged pupils for 2018 to 2019
  • Analysing the Pupil Premium eligibility criteria and ensuring the effective use in your school
  • Understanding schools accountability in providing Pupil Premium
  • Evidencing your Pupil Premium strategy and outcomes during an inspection
11:00
Morning Break
11:15
Applying the Pupil Premium Toolkit and EEF Research Reports to Develop an Effective Action Plan for Your School
  • Understanding the key principles of the EEF Pupil Premium Toolkit – explore cost effective measures for raising attainment
  • Reflecting on your existing data and how this can be best utilised
  • Identifying effective programmes that will improve the attainment and progress of disadvantaged pupils in recipient of pupil premium in your school
  • Developing an effective pupil premium spending strategy for your school
  • Outlining tools and strategies that have achieved outstanding outcomes for pupil premium pupils
  • Learn how to demonstrate successful outcomes in diminishing the attainment difference – tell the story to stakeholders & Ofsted
12:15
Lunch
13:00
Effectively Utilising Pupil Premium Funding for Looked-after and Post Looked-after Children
  • Recognising the specific needs of looked-after and post looked-after children and making best use of Pupil Premium Plus
  • Identifying the gaps and ascertaining what works best, focusing on what really matters
  • Working with Virtual School Heads to support transition and better learning outcomes for looked-after children
  • Devising a plan to best utilise the funding and creating individually tailored, evidence-based strategy with clear objectives, milestones and measurable success criteria
  • Ensuring thorough oversite and evaluation to create better outcomes for looked-after and post looked-after pupils
13:45
Achieving High Quality Teaching and Learning Outcomes for Disadvantaged Pupils
  • Analysing how can you can improve teaching and learning practices using the pupil premium to improve progress and raise outcomes for disadvantaged pupils
  • Building a good relationship with your pupils to promote a better growth mindset in your disadvantage students
  • Tracking your students’ progress and analysing what teaching and learning practices get the most engagement from pupils and putting interventions in place when progress has slowed
  • Understanding the situations of particular students and correcting misbehaviour by trying to isolate the undesirable behaviour from the student
14:30
Afternoon Break
14:45
Workshop: Creating an Evidence Based Pupil Premium Strategy and planning the Next Steps for your School
  • Learning how to successfully identify issues impacting upon children’s attainment
  • Identifying how to prioritise Pupil Premium children and enable better outcomes form the start
  • Analysing how meta-cognition and feedback can be used most effectively to accelerate progress
  • Getting the balance right between inclusive quality first teaching strategies and interventions
  • Growing a culture – inscribing closing the attainment gap as one of your school’s core missions
  • Measuring and evidencing the impact of pupil premium – what practices and models are there for measuring impact and measuring spend?
  • Monitoring and evaluating the impact of any current strategies on pupils – creating a plan for change of methodology to enable better outcomes
16:00
Feedback, Evaluation and Close

*Programme subject to change

Nigel Bishop

National Education Trainer and Consultant

Nigel is a National Education Trainer and Consultant, with over 28 years of experience in primary education.

With 22 years’ experience in primary education, including two successful headships, as well as over 5 years of training and consultancy work undertaken all over England, Nigel is able to bring a wealth of experience to bear on a wide range of issues that challenge school leaders, class teachers and learning support staff. As a national trainer and consultant Nigel has developed significant expertise in the effective use of the Pupil Premium and also in interpretation of school assessment data, including ASP (formerly RAISE). Nigel is also qualified person-centered counsellor.