In these 3 blogs, school leaders explain how they use pupil premium funding to improve the educational outcomes of disadvantaged pupils in their schools.
Hear from Victoria Owen, the assistant vice principal at Maltby Academy as she shares with us how they are using the National Tutoring Programme (NTP). Why have you decided to use the National Tutoring Programme? We want to maximise opportunities …
Jane Elsworth, the director and deputy headteacher of Huntington Research School, along with her colleague Julie Kettlewell, the assistant director and assistant headteacher, give us a full breakdown of their Pupil Premium strategy from start to finish. Our ways of …
Jody Clarke is the deputy headteacher of Wood Green Academy, a secondary school in Wednesbury in the West Midlands. He shares advice for schools on optimising the benefits of tutoring by using a combination of school-led tutoring and academic …
National Professional Qualifications provide training and support for teachers and school leaders at all levels and help them to deliver improved outcomes for young people. These 8 teachers explain what taking an NPQ has brought to their classroom practice or leadership skills over the last year.
Lee Raftery and Craig Evason are leading on their school’s education recovery plans. They share how the interventions they’ve introduced have supported the pupils who need it most.
Deputy Head Elaine Williams explains how her school have made use of the government-funded National Tutoring Programme to target individual pupil needs, making sure that the children whose learning has been most disrupted by lockdown get the support they need.
Ben Eccersley is an EdTech leader at Outwood Academy Shafton in Barnsley. In this blog, he shares his practical advice for teachers using technology, as well as some tips for supporting families to play their part in remote education.
Primary school headteacher Susan Marshall shares her experience in setting up an online education platform for her school in North Yorkshire after receiving funding from DfE.
Following the recent funding announcement, we put your questions to the Department for Education ministers.