The National Pupil Premium Conference will explore the latest insights, research and best practice in delivering outstanding Pupil Premium interventions for all pupils to enhance attainment and support improved learning outcomes.
Attendees will gain key updates from leading experts and practitioners in supporting pupil progression, improving the impact of interventions to reduce barriers to learning and developing high quality strategies to narrow the attainment gap for all pupils.
The impact of the COVID-19 lockdown period on disadvantaged children and young people, and how to overcome this in the short and long term, will be a key focus of this year’s Conference. Considering how to best reach all pupils, discussions will include the implementation and impact of the £1 billion support package announced by the Department for Education in June 2020, including £350 million for the National Tutoring Programme and £650 million for schools specifically.
Coronavirus update: We are intently following the latest updates and public health guidelines around events and social distancing, and if it is not possible to run this event in person, it will be moved online.
This Conference is specifically designed for Primary and Secondary Schools, both Special Schools and Mainstream, as well as Local Authorities and Charities. Typical job titles will include:
- Deputy Headteachers
- Assistant Headteachers
- Heads of Inclusion
- Heads of Pupil Premium
- Pupil Premium Coordinators
- Pupil Premium Champions
- School Improvement Advisers
- School Business Managers
- Virtual School Heads
- School Improvement Officers
- Heads of Looked After and Adopted Children
- Heads of Behaviour and Welfare
This Conference is sponsored by: