Pupil Premium National Conference: March 29

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:
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There are still places available at Headteacher Update’s 11th National Pupil Premium Conference.

The event on Friday, March 29, at Birmingham’s NEC, is aimed at Pupil Premium co-ordinators and school leaders and will feature two keynotes and a range of workshops, many of which will be led by schools.

The opening keynote will be led by Luke Bramhall from the charity Children North East and its Poverty Proofing the School Day initiative. He will discuss the common barriers to education that poverty creates and what schools can do. The second keynote will see former school leader Matt Bromley discuss key approaches around language and literacy that can make a difference in narrowing the gap.

Themes in the primary-relevant workshops at the event include:

  • Pupil Premium Plus and looked after children.
  • Raising aspirations and boosting literacy.
  • Pupil Premium leadership and creating a Pupil Premium culture.
  • Specific intervention ideas and advice.
  • Parental engagement & behaviour and exclusion.
  • Knowledge, enrichment and cultural capital.

For more details, visit www.pupilpremiumconference.com

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