One of the most needed areas for improvement in schools and academies is increasing the impact of the Pupil Premium grant. The gap for disadvantaged pupils has grown significantly since the pandemic. This course provides guidance on the data boards should receive on disadvantaged pupils, practical guidance on monitoring the Pupil Premium, and how to ensure you are holding your school/trust to account for the impact of the Pupil Premium grant. It explains the statutory responsibilities of board for looked after and previously looked after children. It is ideal training for your Pupil Premium and Looked After Children governor.
What you will learn:
What is Pupil Premium?
What does 'disadvantaged' mean?
The boards responsibility for Pupil Premium
What a good Pupil Premium plan looks like - the latest guidance
How to monitor and hold to account for the Pupil Premium impact
All delegates receive an electronic copy of the presentation and supporting materials and resources to help them be more impactful in their governance role.
Who should attend? Governors or trustees who have responsibilities for Pupul Premium, or governors who want to understand more about governance of Pupil Premium and meeting the needs of disadvantaged pupils.
Tutor Rosemary Lovatt is a highly experience governance consultant who ran the DfE governance leadership programme across the country for three years and within Essex for a further three years. she has extensive experience of undertaking governance reviews and designing, developing and delivering training for governors and trustees. Rosemary's background is in the corporate sector where she gained 20 years experience as a senior global leader. she has a BA(Hons) in Accountancy and Business Studies. Rosemary has chaired boards in a large secondary academy, a maintained primary school, a primary school within a multi academy trust (MAT) and a large junior school within a diocesan MAT, as well as being a trustee in four different MATs. Rosemary was designated a National Leader of Governance and is currently vice chair of a growing MAT and has recently joined the local governing board of a special school in Essex. Rosemary is also an NGA consultant. What people say about our training
‘The best governor training I have ever attended’
‘Inspiring! Thank you! I now feel confident to be a more strategic governor’
‘At last, training that provides the tools, examples and checklists to help us do the job’
About our training As experienced Chairs of Governors we strongly believe in providing training that gives you the knowledge, tools and examples to be effective governors. Our aim is to give you the confidence and tools to improve your governance as quickly and effectively as possible. All our training is provided by National Leaders of Governance who are experienced governance trainers. Our training can be provided as webinars, bespoke sessions for your board or group of schools or face to face sessions.
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