- Chair: Stephen Morales, Chief Executive Officer, Institute of School Business Leadership
- Sam Henson, Director of Policy and Information, National Governance Association
- Patrick Ward, Chair, National Association of Virtual School Heads and School Head, Lewisham Virtual School
- Charlotte Bowyer, Assistant Headteacher and Pupil Premium Coordinator, King Ecgbert School
- James Siddle, Head Teacher, St Margaret's CE Primary School and Director, Kyra Research School
- Professor Sonia Blandford, Plymouth Marjon
- Tammy Elward, Director, Derby Research School
- Helen Everitt, Deputy Headteacher and Ryan Sallows, School Business Manager, Oriel High School
- Debi Bailey, CEO, NEAT Academy Trust
- Caroline Spalding, Assistant Headteacher, The Bemrose School
- Simrat Mavi, Deputy Head, St Giles Church of England Primary School
- Karl Rogerson, Principal, Billesley Primary School
- Georgina Burt, Development Manager, Child Poverty Action Group
- Lorna Nicoll, Poverty Proofing Team Manager, Children North East
With the pandemic widening the attainment gap between disadvantaged pupils and their peers
, it has never been more vital
to ensure you are using your Pupil Premium funding effectively
to support improved learning outcomes.
Westminster Insight’s Pupil and Recovery Premium Digital Conference
explores how primary and secondary schools
can best utilise the funding, monitor progress and demonstrate improved learning outcomes.
To meet the Government’s new reporting requirements
you will explore the latest insights, evidence and best practice
to inform your spending decisions, implement proven interventions
and ensure your pupil premium strategy stands up to scrutiny and inspection.
Attend to learn about the Department for Education’s support package for 2021-2022
, and how best to use the Recovery Premium
and National Tutoring Programme
to support disadvantaged pupils disproportionately affected by the pandemic.
The conference will also explore effective use of Pupil Premium for Looked After Children
pupils, as well as spending on priorities beyond attainment, including parental engagement, mental health, behaviour and attendance management.
Take away practical ideas and transferable practice
from leading schools and experts that are investing effectively to progressively raise the achievement of disadvantaged pupils.