ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: NFER Examine Schools' Responses to COVID-19

Ahead of this year's Pupil Premium Conference, in the latest IG Schools Discussion Webinar we were joined by Angela Donkin, Chief Social Scientist at NFER, to examine the latest research published by NFER on schools' responses to COVID-19.

In an insightful and wide-ranging conversation, we discussed the changing needs of teachers, the impact of this year on disadvantaged pupils, and how the findings can help school leaders prepare for this next academic year. With guidance and practical recommendations from Angela, this conversation is supported by detailed research which you can find more information on below. 

 

NFER COVID-19 Research Reports and Further Resources 

Schools' responses to Covid-19 The challenges facing schools and pupils in September 2020

Home learning during Covid-19: Findings from the Understanding Society Longitudinal Study

Schools' responses to Covid-19: Job satisfaction and workload of teachers and senior leaders

Schools' responses to Covid-19: pupil engagement in remote learning

Schools’ responses to Covid-19: Returning pupils to school

EEF Toolkit

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Implementing EdTech: How technology can enhance teaching and learning following COVID-19

Utilising Google Tools to Enhance Digital Inclusion


 

If you'd like to learn more about effectively supporting disadvantaged pupils, utilising 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 more from the NFER as well as from the Department for EducationAchievement for AllThe Tutoring Association, and more experts sharing advice and best practice.

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