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Research School Network: Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Learners Apply the ​‘best bets’ of evidence to your context to critically review and enhance your provision for disadvantaged learners.

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Making the Difference for Disadvantaged Learners

Apply the ​‘best bets’ of evidence to your context to critically review and enhance your provision for disadvantaged learners.

Tickets

£ 150 - 25% discount for additional delegates

Dates

24 February, 2021 | 15:30 - 17:30

10 March, 2021 | 15:30 - 17:30

24 March, 2021 | 15:30 - 17:30

By supporting school leaders to engage with the best available research evidence on teaching, learning, and school implementation, this programme offers support to aid school improvement and support disadvantaged learners to flourish. School leaders will gain a strong understanding, and strategy to break the links that hold back too many pupils in England.

This session will:
• Investigate beliefs and assumptions surrounding disadvantage
• Explore the essential evidence on Pupil Premium
• Consider prioritisation as a strategy to support progress
• Examine the best evidence available
• Consider the principles of targeted academic support
• Share practical strategies for implementation

Session 1 – Exploring beliefs, assumptions and exploring essential evidence, 3:30 – 5:30pm on 24th Feb

Session 2 – Consider prioritisation as a strategy to support progress, 3:30 – 5:30pm on 10th March

Session 3 – Principles of targeted academic support and practical strategies for implementation , 3:30 – 5pm on 24th March

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