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Capita’s National Conference on Implementing the Pupil Premium – Monday 26th November 2012 – Central London
Capita ConferencesJul 23, 2012 17:29 BST
Capita’s 3rd National Implementing the Pupil Premium Conference provides the timely opportunity to consider how the Pupil Premium agenda is gathering pace and how best to allocate extra funding in order to raise the attainment of disadvantaged children.
Pupil Premium funding is set to continue to rise from 1.25 billion in 2012 – 2013 to 2.5 billion by 2014-15. From September 2012, schools will be held accountable for the way in which they spend this extra funding, with Ofsted inspectors looking closely at how schools are using the money and to what effect. Don’t miss this crucial opportunity to take away best practice examples from primary and secondary education and apply them in your own setting to address gaps in educational attainment and improve outcomes across the entire cohort.
Our expert speakers will cover the key topics including:
• Latest policy and research on what works in raising achievement for disadvantaged children
• How to improve accountability and demonstrate success to parents
• How Summer Schools can ease the transition from primary to secondary school
• The impact of parental involvement in raising attainment
Attend this timely event to ensure that your Pupil Premium resources are being allocated effectively and learn how best to evidence increased attainment and improved outcomes for those most in need.
Chair: Christine Davies CBE, Chief Executive, C4EO
Jenny Loosley, Deputy Director, Curriculum and Disadvantage Division, Department for Education
Gill Jones, Principal Officer, Policy and Guidance, Maintained Primary Schools, Ofsted
Mary McStay, Principal, New North Academy
Gareth Williams-James, Service Manager, Suffolk County Council
Jane Willis, Principal, Nightingale Academy
Professor Robert Coe, Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring (CEM) and School of Education, Durham University
For more information:
Contact: Susannah Ellis – Susannah.firstname.lastname@example.org / 0207 202 0571