Ofsted Inspections: Pupil Premium – what works (afternoon)

Date

Fri, 29th April, 2016

Time

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Location

Lionwood Junior School, Norwich

Ref. Number

PB/1516/Of/85

Price

£0.00

Description

The additional funding for schools to support pupils from lower income households is under increased scrutiny. Schools need to show that the attainment and progress is in line with, or quickly approaching that of other pupils in the school and all pupils nationally.

We now know much more about how to help these groups achieve. This course will go through strategies identified by the Education Endowment Foundation which make a difference:

– Oral language interventions
– Mastery learning
– Peer tutoring
– Metacognition
– Feedback

£100 to attend half a day, £180 to attend the full day

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Ofsted Inspections: Pupil Premium – what works (afternoon)

Ref. Number:

PB/1516/Of/85

Date:

Fri, 29th April, 2016

Time:

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Location:

Lionwood Junior School, Norwich

Price:

£0.00

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Presenter(s)

Mary Myatt

Mary Myatt is a lead inspector for Ofsted, an adviser, writer and trainer, who supports schools to think imaginatively about learners’ progress. A former LA adviser, she works in schools talking to students, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum.
Mary supports schools to understand the priorities for Ofsted inspections. She highlights where schools can address the most common areas for improvement and provides resources to move learning forward.
Mary Myatt works in schools talking to pupils, teachers and leaders about learning, leadership and the curriculum. She advises and inspects. She maintains that there are no quick fixes and that great outcomes for pupils are not achieved through tick boxes.
Mary’s mantra: ‘Running schools for children, not for Ofsted’.
Her education blog has been described as ‘informative curtain-parting’ www.marymyatt.com

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