Pupil Premium Research Training Programme Available

Published: 1 February 2020
A three-day training programme to support 'using evidence to make the difference for disadvantaged pupils' is available as part of the Research Led Sheffield programme, supported by Huntington Research School.

This programme will use the EEF's guide to the Pupil Premium at its core and will build on the recently updated guidance from the DfE. It will explore the five key principles for Pupil Premium spending, improving leaders’ knowledge of the evidence that supports improving outcomes for disadvantaged learners. This will enable your organisation to improve their processes for self-evaluation and refine your school priorities in order to maximise the impact of the funding leading to improved outcomes for disadvantaged pupils.

Course Lead: Huntington Research School Core Team & Marc Rowland on day 3

Cost: £295 + VAT (per place)

Book: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/pupil-premium-training-programme-3-sessions-tickets-86128315109

Date Session
26 February 2020
9.30 - 3.30pm
Day 1
The debate and essential evidence about how to support the disadvantaged pupils in your school or organisation. An introduction to the Pupil Premium ‘Tiered Model’. Exploring and preparing for change in schools.
27 April 2020
9.30-3.30pm
Day 2
Exploring the evidence around your Pupil Premium challenges. Identifying active ingredients of academic interventions. Effective implementation planning.
24 June 2020
9.30-3.30pm
Day 3
Engaging with the evidence around wider outcomes for disadvantaged learners. Engaging and sustaining effective relationships with parents. Mobilising and sustaining our Pupil Premium strategy.

Venue

Learn Sheffield Training & Development Hub

 

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