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Implementing the Pupil Premium


Published by Naomi Wood for Capita Conferences in Education and also in Central Government, Local Government

A One Day National Conference

Implementing the Pupil Premium

Monday 19th May 2014 – Central London


Greater scrutiny from Ofsted makes it essential to choose interventions that clearly demonstrate their impact of raising attainment of disadvantaged pupils. With keynotes from the Department for Education and Ofsted, Capita’s Implementing the Pupil Premium Conference offers the key updates on national policy and the opportunity to hear from local schools that are closing the attainment gap for disadvantaged pupils.   


The conference explores the innovative practice in targeting pupil premium funding for children in care, adopted children and children from service families allowing you to benchmark your pupil premium strategy against other local schools to maximise the impact of your pupil premium grant. The key benefits of attending include; discovering how the inclusion of governors when planning and evaluating your pupil premium spend can increase success, learning how Ofsted inspect the use of pupil premium funding and how to effectively evidence the impact of your interventions and the opportunity to attend streamed primary and secondary case study sessions from schools that have effectively utilised pupil premium funding.


Expert Speakers:


  • Keynote Address: Nicola Edwards, Team Leader, Pupil Premium, Department For Education
  • Keynote Address: Anne Seneviratne, HMI, Ofsted
  • Chair: Professor Sonia Blandford, Founder and Chief Executive, Achievement for All
  • Jenene Campbell, Assistant Headteacher, Mayfield School
  • Mathew Blood, Education Support Service for Children in Care, Westminster Council
  • Gwen Ward, Deputy Headteacher, Woolwich Polytechnic School
  • Jemma Dudgeon, Deputy Headteacher, The Gipsy Hill Federation

For more information:

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