Social Mobility and the Pupil Premium: Tackling the Attainment Gap
Social Mobility and the Pupil Premium
Venue & Event Details
The Social Mobility Commission’s poll for 2019 underlines increasing the entrenchment of class privilege and stark regional differences in the children’s educational prospects. The Social Mobility Barometer published on the 21st of January 2020 also highlights the necessity to make greater efforts to tackle the attainment gap starting in the earliest stages of life through all levels of education. Despite the headline initiatives from central and local government, such as the Pupil Premium, social mobility in the UK is virtually stagnant.
Join us on Wednesday 16th September to examine what steps you can take to narrow the attainment gap and learn how you can inspire an ethos of achievement for all in your school. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn about the latest update from the Social Mobility Commission and the Department of Education. Gain insights from sector leaders and their award-winning case studies and find out what is working – and what should be improved.
Key issues to be addressed:
The Social Mobility Commission: an update on the latest findings and recommendations
Designing and delivering an appropriate curriculum to address social mobility issues
Proven methodologies: sharing case studies from schools and the Local Authorities
Supporting social mobility through higher education access
Evaluating the impact of the Pupil Premium programme
Role of the Pupil Premium Coordinator
Ofsted and the Social Mobility framework
Who should attend?
You will join a range of education stakeholders including, but not limited to: governing bodies of maintained schools (including schools with a sixth form) and non-maintained special schools; trustees or directors of academies and free schools; proprietors of independent schools (including academies and free schools); management committees of pupil referral units (PRUs); SENCOs, virtual heads, teachers, other school staff and school nurses; head teachers, principals and senior leadership teams; Diocese and other faith representatives; relevant local authority staff, and; national and local bodies and anyone involved or interested in improving their practice.
Our events are CPD certified. This event is equivalent to 3 CPD points.
A certificate is available on request post-event to all attendees.
Please note that all speakers and the agenda are subject to change without notice.
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