Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance
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OTSA Pupil Premium Project

Pupil Premium Training for Governors - Dates for 2016/17 tbc

 

It is an uncomfortable fact that, in this country, pupils who are eligible for free school meals achieve much less well than those who are not, and this was the reason for the introduction of the Pupil Premium. 

 

The Cherwell School provides an annual training session for Oxfordshire Governors to learn more about the responsibilities of Governors and Schools concerning the use of the Pupil Premium and how Governors can support the improvement in outcomes of our disadvantaged pupils.

 

Pupil Premium Project Resources

 

The Pupil Premium Project resources, weblinks and case studies are available for current and past programme participants in the resource area of the website. The programme leaders will be able to give you the password to access this area.

 

Pupil Premium Project Resources

 

Pupil Premium Review

 

A Pupil Premium Review looks at how your school is spending its pupil premium funding. The purpose of the review is to improve schools’ pupil premium strategy, so that the funding is spent on approaches shown to be effective in improving the achievement of disadvantaged pupils. The reviewer will be an independent, experienced leader with a track record of making these improvements for disadvantaged pupils.  OTSA has a number of designated pupil premium reviewers covering both primary and secondary phases.

 

Pupil Premium Review

 

 

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