New DfE Research Report: Supporting The Most Academically Able Disadvantaged Pupils 2019-08-02T09:42:23+00:00

New DfE Research Report: Supporting The Most Academically Able Disadvantaged Pupils

For School Leaders
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  • £50 (+VAT)

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  • Duration: Approx. 1 hour

Description 

The DfE recently commissioned a research paper to identify what schools across England were doing to support attainment among the most able disadvantaged pupils from KS2 to KS4. Significant gaps continue to exist and expand between the achievements of able disadvantaged pupils and their more fortunate peers.   

This webinar will focus and discuss findings from that research, with an emphasis on the lessons for secondary School Leaders engaged in developing support for their most academically able disadvantaged pupils. Moreover, it will look at current best practice from a cohort of schools where able disadvantaged pupils make better than average progress.   

Content 

  • Risk and protective factors for academic success for a school cohort 
  • Role and place of leadership, infrastructure and partnerships in successful support of academically able disadvantaged students 
  • Monitoring, review and evaluation 
  • Discuss the implications for successfully implementing support strategies 
  • Potential barriers and responses to these barriers 
  • Guidelines and examples of successful practices 

About the Expert

Dr Stephen Cullen has numerous qualifications including MA (Hons.) (Soc Sci), Economic history and politics, University of Edinburgh. M.Litt., Political history, University of Oxford, Nuffield College and D.Phil., Modern history, University of Oxford, Wolfson College. 

He taught A level economics, politics and history at Merchant Taylors’ School, Crosby; Strathallan School, Perth; and Eton College, Berkshire.

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New DfE Research Report: Supporting The Most Academically Able Disadvantaged Pupils

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New DfE Research Report: Supporting The Most Academically Able Disadvantaged Pupils

For School Leaders
  • Available On Demand – Available to stream on any device

  • £50 (+VAT)

  • Pay by invoice or card

  • Duration: Approx. 1 hour

New DfE Research Report: Supporting The Most Academically Able Disadvantaged Pupils

£50
  • Pay by invoice or card

Description 

The DfE recently commissioned a research paper to identify what schools across England were doing to support attainment among the most able disadvantaged pupils from KS2 to KS4. Significant gaps continue to exist and expand between the achievements of able disadvantaged pupils and their more fortunate peers.   

This webinar will focus and discuss findings from that research, with an emphasis on the lessons for secondary School Leaders engaged in developing support for their most academically able disadvantaged pupils. Moreover, it will look at current best practice from a cohort of schools where able disadvantaged pupils make better than average progress.   

Content 

  • Risk and protective factors for academic success for a school cohort 
  • Role and place of leadership, infrastructure and partnerships in successful support of academically able disadvantaged students 
  • Monitoring, review and evaluation 
  • Discuss the implications for successfully implementing support strategies 
  • Potential barriers and responses to these barriers 
  • Guidelines and examples of successful practices 

About the Expert

Dr Stephen Cullen has numerous qualifications including MA (Hons.) (Soc Sci), Economic history and politics, University of Edinburgh. M.Litt., Political history, University of Oxford, Nuffield College and D.Phil., Modern history, University of Oxford, Wolfson College. 

He taught A level economics, politics and history at Merchant Taylors’ School, Crosby; Strathallan School, Perth; and Eton College, Berkshire.

Find out more

The Booking Process

1. Click book now, enter your details and choose to pay by card or invoice.

2. You will receive a recording of the webinar to access at your convenience

BOOK NOW – On Demand