Programme

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Chair’s welcome
Opening
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KEYNOTE: CROSS-PHASE - This much we know: Five 'best bets' for Pupil Premium spending
Presentation
  • What can we learn from the most recent research into disadvantage in our schools? 
  • Five research-based ""Best Bets"" for Pupil Premium work and interventions
  • Lessons learned from the speaker's own doctoral research into poverty and disadvantage
Speaker
Trust Improvement Leader, Tees Valley Education
Doctoral researcher in educational poverty, Teesside University
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Refreshments and exhibition viewing
Break

Your chance to network and visit leading exhibitors in the sector

Breakout Session 1 (CHOOSE 1A, 1B or 1C)

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Workshop 1A: SECONDARY - Pupil Premium and beyond: Practical PP strategies and their impact
Presentation
  • A breakdown of practical PP strategies and interventions in place at Oriel High School – ideas, tips and lessons learned
  • Cost of living crisis: How PP strategy can have a wider impact to support all disadvantaged students and not just those eligible for PP funding
  • Advice on how the numerous interventions at Oriel High School can be adapted and adopted in your school setting
Speakers
Deputy Headteacher
Oriel High School
SBM
Oriel High School, Crawley
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WORKSHOP 1B: CROSS-PHASE: Diminishing Disadvantage: A three-point plan
Presentation
  • A three-point plan to diminish the impact of disadvantage in the classroom
  • Quality-first teaching, adaptive learning, and additional interventions
  • Building cultural capital and designing an effective curriculum

Speaker
Education Author and Advisor
Bromley Education, Yorkshire
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Workshop 1C: PRIMARY - Using professional learning to drive Pupil Premium impact and progress
Presentation
  • How primary schools can use professional learning programmes to boost outcomes for disadvantaged children
  • Lessons learned from the work of Highlands Primary School and Uphall Primary School
  • Supporting a staff coaching culture to enable structured conversations with families and pupils
Speaker
Head learning leader
Highlands Primary School, Ilford and Uphall Primary School, Barking
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Changeover
None

Breakout Session 2 (CHOOSE 2A, 2B or 2C)

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Workshop 2A: SECONDARY - ESLT for Funded Interventions, Hastings High School, Leicestershire
Presentation
  • A step-by-step explanation of Hastings High School's four-year journey to achieving outstanding Pupil Premium results
  • Getting key elements right including staff CPD and training, cultural capital, and understanding pupils' individual needs
  • Key lessons learned from Hastings High School's recent successful Ofsted inspection
Speaker
ESLT for Funded Interventions
Hastings High School, Leicestershire
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Workshop 2B: CROSS-PHASE - Managing the 5% brilliantly: Avoiding the road of blame and shame
Presentation
  • How can we engage with the 5% of pupils who display the most challenging behaviour?
  • Responding positively and avoiding the road of punishment, blame and shame
  • How can we create a positive learning and classroom culture?
Speaker
Global Professional Instructor
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Workshop 2C: PRIMARY - Early help and Pupil Premium teaching strategies
Presentation
  • How to assess and identify where pupils need intervention, especially new arrivals to your school
  • A number of Pupil Premium teaching strategies and ideas to help boost pupils' oracy skills
  • Ideas and lessons learned from the work of Loughborough Primary School, south London
Speaker
Headteacher
Loughborough Primary School, Lambeth, London
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Lunch and exhibition viewing
Break

Your chance to network and visit leading exhibitors in the sector

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Keynote 2: CROSS-PHASE - Insights from 35 Inspections: Understanding Ofsted's Pupil Premium expectations
Presentation
  • Advice, tips and insights from 35 inspections (and counting)
  • What kind of questions will Ofsted ask about your Pupil Premium work?
  • Being prepared: What can we do prior to inspection?
Speaker
Education Director
Infinity Academies Trust, Lincolnshire
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Changeover
None

Breakout Session 3 (CHOOSE 3A, 3B or 3C)

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Workshop 3A : CROSS-PHASE- Decoding behaviour: Seeing past the masks of our vulnerable learners
Presentation
  • How can we decode the behaviour of our vulnerable learners to better meet their needs
  • Removing the barriers to connection that exist in our schools
  • Practising the five building blocks of connection – being present, curious, patient, creative and authentic
Speaker
Founder
Elements SEMH Support
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Workshop 3B: CROSS-PHASE - Why you should take your Pupil Premium learners outdoors
Presentation
  • How outdoor education can support the engagement and progress of vulnerable learners
  • Practical ideas and suggestions for outdoor learning activities
  • In the school grounds, school trips and outings, and residential visits
Speaker
Head of Impact and Learning
Inspiring Learning
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Workshop 3C: CROSS-PHASE: Tutoring for Pupil Premium students: Secrets to success
Presentation
  • The secrets to setting up effective one-to-one or small group tutoring provision for disadvantaged students
  • Key lessons learned from 10 years of delivering academic tuition for primary and secondary pupils
  • How to choose students, complement existing curriculum provision, and evaluate impact
Speaker
CEO, The Tutor Trust
Tutoring for Pupil Premium students: Secrets to success
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Refreshments and exhibition viewing
None

Your chance to network and visit leading exhibitors in the sector

Breakout Session 4 (CHOOSE 4A or 4B)

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Workshop 4A: CROSS-PHASE - Vulnerability, safeguarding and the Pupil Premium
Presentation
  • How does safeguarding practice and our Pupil Premium work overlap and interlink
  • Identifying vulnerabilities and supporting students, including those struggling to attend school
  • How the Pupil Premium coordinator and designated safeguarding lead should work together
Speaker
Independent safeguarding consultant
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Workshop 4B: CROSS-PHASE - Using adaptive teaching and differentiation to support Pupil Premium learners
Presentation
  • What is adaptive teaching and how can it support disadvantaged and vulnerable learners in particular?
  • How can we best identify children’s individual needs so that they can be supported throughout our lessons
  • Small tweaks and adaptations to create inclusive classrooms, including building pupil profiles
Speaker
SEA Inclusion & Safeguarding
SEND and Safeguarding Trainer and Consultant
End of conference
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