Ninth Pupil Premium & Ofsted Conference

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:

Advice on how schools can meet Ofsted’s inspection requirements when it comes to their Pupil Premium provision and outcomes will take centre stage at the Ninth National Pupil Premium and Ofsted Conference.

The event, taking place in Birmingham on March 23 next year, will also offers its usual mix of Pupil Premium best practice, showcasing effective interventions and case studies of good work in schools.

Organised by SecEd and our sister primary magazine Headteacher Update, the event will feature a keynote address from senior HMI Peter Humphries, who will focus on what inspectors look for in relation to how a school uses the Pupil Premium funding.

He will share effective practice on how schools check and evaluate the impact of the Pupil Premium spending. This session will include a Q&A.

Following this will be two phase-specific keynotes offering specific Pupil Premium and Ofsted advice for both primary and secondary delegates. The primary keynote is to be led by school leader Tony Draper, a former presidents of the National Association of Head Teachers.

The event will feature 13 further mainly school-led sessions focused on Pupil Premium best practice. Key themes for primary delegates include employer engagement, identifying and supporting additional needs and SEN, practical strategies for effective interventions, the Pupil Premium in specifically in Reception & key stage 1, parental engagement projects and advice, and further case studies of Ofsted inspection.


Places at the event cost £299. Early bird booking at £269 is available until December 22.


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