The annual event takes in Birmingham on Friday, March 17, when 14 practical, evidence-based sessions will be on offer to delegates from primary and secondary schools.
With the cost-of-living crisis exacerbating the challenges faced by families already living in poverty – and placing many more into financial hardship – the work of schools to support the learning and progress of disadvantaged children has never been more vital.
The conference will help you to evaluate your work, discover new and innovative approaches, and hear from colleagues across the country who are dedicated to Pupil Premium practice.
The one-day event will showcase the work of primary and secondary schools, while also hearing from experts in wellbeing, mental health, vulnerable children, SEN, EAL and many more areas.
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