Top tip: pastoral care to academic progress for Pupil Premium (and others)

by | Apr 29, 2021 | Behaviour, Classroom Practice, Inclusion, Leadership, SEMH, Wellbeing | 0 comments

When looking to support and improve the learning outcomes of any of our pupils it can be overwhelming.

Your current focus may be Pupil Premium or other vulnerable or disadvantaged students in your school, and most likely you’ve noticed a pattern, looked at the data, and realised that some kind of intervention needs to happen…if you’re lucky there’s also a funding pot that will cover this…

AND in the midst of all this there is one element that will shift any strategy on pastoral care to actual academic progress.

Watch this 2min video for the top tip –

 

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