Ahead of this year's National Pupil Premium Conference, and the first in a series of webinars exploring support for disadvantaged pupils during this time of COVID-19, Sonia Blandford, Founder and CEO of Achievement for All, and Tony McAleavy, Research Director at Education Development Trust, joined IG Schools to discuss how the COVID-19 lockdown period has impacted disadvantaged children and young people, and what help is needed to help them catch-up on the lost learning time.
This discussion webinar is a must-watch for any school leader, teacher or practitioner working with disadvantaged children and young people and looking to develop strategies for effective learning activities through the summer and into the next academic year.
Watch or listen now for practical tips and guidance, and further resources, plus lessons learned from how countries around the world have reached out to disadvantaged pupils in recent months.
Additional resources for school leaders, teachers, and other education practitioners
This EDT research bundle includes the following key topics:
- Plans for School Reopening
- Girls' Education
- Disadvantage, Disability and Inclusion
- Pedagogy for Remote Learning
- Applying Lessons Learned from Education in Conflict and Emergency
- What's Working for Educational Continuity
- Long Term Remote Learning
- Lessons from China's Experience
Find more interviews with sector experts plus guidance and resources for remote teaching on learning on the IG Schools Blog.
If you'd like to learn more about effectively supporting disadvantaged pupils, utilising funding including Pupil Premium allocations and the government's £650 million catch-up funding for schools, as well as how the National Tutoring Programme will work, join us at this year's Pupil Premium Conference to hear from the Department for Education, Achievement for All, The Tutoring Association, and more experts sharing advice and best practice.
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