Newcastle, United Kingdom, May 01, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Pupil premium funding is increasing year on year. With greater scrutiny from Ofsted on how the money is spent, it is essential to choose the right interventions and demonstrate their impact on raising attainment of disadvantaged pupils, or risk being judged inadequate at inspection.
The Implementing the Pupil Premium Regional Conference, taking place in Newcastle on Thursday 10 July 2014, will equip you with an update on national policy and the opportunity to hear about innovative practice from local schools that are successfully closing the attainment gap for disadvantaged pupils using pupil premium funded interventions.
The conference will explore key issues including:
• Eligibility criteria for pupil premium funding in 2014/2015
• Introducing and evaluating successful interventions in your school
• Demonstrating impact and reporting to parents and governors
Attend this timely conference to benchmark your pupil premium strategy against other local schools and discover how you can maximise the impact of your pupil premium (PP) grant on pupil attainment.
More information: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/education/full-conferences/article/implementing-the-pupil-premium-1.html?code=SMMK
Contact: Richard Goddard; email@example.com; 020 7960 7719