SecEd's National Pupil Premium best practice conference – offering 18 sessions all of which will give practical strategies that can be adapted and adopted for your school’s circumstances – takes place in a week's time.

Organised by SecEd & Headteacher Update and taking place face-to-face on Friday, March 18, the conference brings together senior leaders, Pupil Premium leads, teachers, and other experts to help you discover evidence-based and practical interventions and strategies for raising attainment, overcoming key barriers to learning and achievement, and narrowing the gap for disadvantaged pupils.

Themes include removing the barriers created by poverty, Covid recovery and catch-up work, Pupil Premium evaluation and reporting, long-term strategies, vocabulary and literacy, mental health and wellbeing, assessment, tutoring, and building relationships with troubled young people.


The event offers two keynotes

Our opening keynote features the Cost of the School Day Team from the Child Poverty Action Group and Children North East. This three-year project seeks to identify the barriers that poverty creates to education – both large and small.

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