Day 2, session 4 of the Secondary stream will see Grace Kelly tackle some of the common wellbeing and pastoral challenges facing Pupil Premium students.
Many schools will be aware of the range of pastoral, wellbeing and related issues that can create barriers to learning and positive outcomes for Pupil Premium students. In this workshop, Grace Kelly, from St Bede’s Catholic High School (11.5% Pupil Premium) will discuss what practical steps her school takes to protect and promote the wellbeing of Pupil Premium and vulnerable students and how this links to improving Pupil Premium outcomes. She will touch upon intervention ideas and the common challenges they have to tackle.
The session will include practical tips and guidance for strategies that have worked for them, the importance of developing resilience in ALL students (and examples of how), as well as information, study and research on the necessity to encourage the development of a Growth Mindset and the need for students to understand failure in order to achieve. The session will cover all Pupil Premium students, including those identified as SEND and gifted and talented.
2.30pm | SECONDARY: Study skills, learning habits and parental engagement - Jon Tait
3.40pm | SECONDARY: Ofsted and the Pupil Premium: Inspection under the new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) - Helen Everitt & Ryan Sallows
4.20pm | SECONDARY: Cultural capital and the Ofsted EIF - Matt Bromley
5.25pm | SECONDARY: Tackling the common wellbeing and pastoral challenges facing Pupil Premium students - Grace Kelly