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This webinar will provide school governors, senior leaders and headteachers with an evidence-based approach towards improving pupil outcomes for disadvantaged learners.
The limited opening of schools means that many children will have experienced a loss of learning time, peer relationships, teacher relationships, subject knowledge, curriculum breadth, structure, routine and support around their wellbeing.
The impact of this will be disproportionately felt by pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds. With many schools already facing challenges in trying to overcome an attainment gap, it means that many disadvantaged children are likely to fall even further behind.
In this webinar, Marc Rowland, the UK’s national authority on effective Pupil Premium provision, discusses how schools can act now to help bridge the education gap. He will explore how schools can implement a high expectations and inclusive teaching strategy to help negate the impact of school closures on the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.
Understanding how improving inclusive teaching practice and focusing on achievement in the classroom should be used to tackle disadvantage.
Recognising the Pupil Premium as an opportunity and the importance of placing pupil needs over labels and accountability measures and using it to drive performance.
Identifying how schools should use research evidence to inform and direct their approach to bridging the gap.
Focusing on areas that can be controlled or influenced, enhancing parental engagement and building language development and independence in pupils.
Recognising a whole school responsibility towards outcomes of disadvantaged pupils and the importance of building strong relationships.
Bridging the Gap WebinarA thoroughly interesting and useful Webinar. Well researched and presented, providing a genuine opportunity to reflect on best practice within schools.Andy Harris, Deputy Headteacher - St Clement Danes School
Disadvantaged pupilsAn excellent webinar, which provides realistic information to support disadvantaged pupils, focusing on use of positive use of language.Jose Hodgkins - Upperby Primary School
Well worth watchingAn excellent and thought provoking webinar.T Franks, Head of History - St. Mary's Catholic High School S41 8AG
Bridging the education gapA good refresher of best practice and a reminder to plan, do review, stating what successful milestones will look like so we can evaluate as we go.Caroline T-Walmsley, Headteacher - Kingsway Infants' School
YEAR 3 TEACHERGreat information provided. Thank youAlbina Emini - Northview Junior and Infant School
TAInteresting and very informative, highlights the impact on class room quality teaching.Poppy MOORE, TA - Corley Centre
Bridging the gap.An interesting and thought - provoking webinar. Thank youTiffany Chamberlain, Teaching Assistant - Bowbrook House School
Great session, really informative and easy to follow.Great session, really informative and easy to follow.Lilly PAGET, Teacher - Lavington School
Excellent webinar, very informative.Very positive.Kirsty Whitehead - Bishop Stopford School
Bridging the Education Gap: Improving Pupil Outcomes for Disadvantaged and Vulnerable LearnersIt was a really good webinar. It was an eye opener on what is happeneing.Ahalya Patel, Teacher - Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Primary School NW10 8PP
Informative and conciseThe webinar built on from current knowledge that teaching staff already have and extended this with evidence based knowledge and new research.Ruth Ojadi, Teaching Assistant - Brookland Infant and Nursery School
Excellent webinar!Excellent webinar, very well presented and with a knowledgeable speaker! Very useful advice and guidance provided with practical solutions. Well done!Dimitris Spiliotis, Regional Director Secondary - Astrea Academy Trust
Great GuruThe webinar provided lots of food for thought, especially about 'Pygmalion in the Classroom' effects or self-fulfilling prophecies for pupils with low prior attainment. Educational Psychologists can add value with school staff by 1) helping them to be research-literate about whole school approaches adopted 2) training, modelling and helping to evaluate group level strategies and 3) helping staff and parents explore a wide range of factors for individual pupils consultatively, including thinking about how and when Teaching Assistant support is deployed. Laurie Petch- Senior Educational PsychologistLaurie Petch, Senior Educational Psychologist - Astrea Academy Trust
Disadvantaged trainingEducational to watch, some key pointers in how to engage with students.Chris Wilson, Apprentice Teaching Assistant - Kingsmeadow Community Comprehensive School
Learning isn't magicA really interesting look at self-regulation with lots of practical tips to implement. Well-researched and presented discussion of disadvantaged pupils and those on the fringes of classrooms.Jemma Jeanes, Teacher of PPE, Citizenship, Government & Politics - Blackfen School for Girls
An excellent webinarA thought provoking and well presented webinar which provides realistic information to support disadvantaged pupils.maria pop, Teaching Assistant - Brookland Infant and Nursery School
HelpfulExcellent informationAmaka Chukwudi, IT Teacher - Eastbury Community School
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This webinar will provide school governors and academy trustees with an in-depth review of the newly published guidance on governance structures and roles and changes to the Governance Handbook.
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