Primary Network: Developing a Robust Pupil Premium Strategy 2022 - 23
Since the introduction of the new DFE Pupil Premium Strategy templates, schools have been seeking support to ensure strategies are robust. This network aims to support primary leaders in developing meaningful, research-informed strategies to tackle educational
disadvantage and to securely embed these strategies into day-to-day practice.
Sessions will provide the opportunity to:
- Engage in the process of developing an effective strategy
- Explore research evidence and guidance materials and what these mean in practice
- Share strategies across schools, working together to explore strengths and next steps
- Experience bespoke training in response to identified needs
- Network with other school leaders to enable ideas, questions, and approaches to be shared across schools.
- Access to local and national updates and the latest research evidence
- Understanding of practical approaches being used by school leaders
- Opportunities to collaborate and network
Delegates should attend all sessions throughout the academic year.
For booking information go to:
Learning Zone Guidance. Use the keywords search or course name to search for this learning item in our catalogue.
Keyword search: Summer Robust Premium
Session 1: 12 June 2023 (13:00 - 16:00) - Fareham
Session 2: 13 June 2023 2023 (09:00 - 12:00) - Winchester
Session 3: 14 June 2023 (12:30 - 15:30) - Basingstoke
Cost: Sub £85 / SLA £50 / Full £102
Primary Network flyer - Tackling Educational Disadvantage Network 2022 - 23
Secondary Tackling Educational Disadvantage Network 2022-23
The primary aims of the subject network meetings are to:
- Support effective subject leadership aligned to each school’s individual context.
- Develop skills and expertise within school subject teams and thereby increase capacity.
- Deepen understanding of subject specific pedagogy and knowledge that underpins good progress and attainment for ALL pupils.
- Ensure a clear understanding of the national picture and its application in local and school contexts, to include consideration of COVID 19 as appropriate.
- Facilitate school to school networking and develop strength across the system.
Common agenda items for these meetings:
- Sharing good practice and work.
- Development of subject specific knowledge and an understanding of strong progression and sequencing.
- Enhancing subject leadership.
- Structuring key stage 4 to ensure pupils are well prepared for the next phase of their education.
- Providing high quality key stage 3 provision that builds successfully on key stage 2.
- Ensuring all learning, including the most vulnerable (SEN and PP) are able to make excellent progress.
Project work and other CPD opportunities and networks will continue and will evolve in line with need.
For booking information go to: Learning Zone Guidance. Use the keywords search or course name to search for this learning item in our catalogue.
Summer – 5 July 2023, 14:00 -17:00
Keyword Search: Summer Disadvantage Network
(Location To be confirmed)
Cost: Sub £70 / SLA £35 / Full 84
Secondary Network flyer - Tackling Educational Disadvantage Network 2022 - 23