Designed for anyone who leads the project management of Pupil Premium provision and of particular benefit for leaders to attend with their SBMs or school finance officers; this course will give you the practical skills you need to identify the full cost of your support for Pupil Premium initiatives and projects. On the day you will learn to understand the principles, ground rules and accountability requirements associated with Pupil Premium funding.
On the day, you will be provided with electronic Word and Excel templates which will help calculate costs and cost efficiency to develop overarching reports outlining use of Pupil Premium funding which can be uploaded to your school's website.
Additionally, the course will:
- consider setting outcomes measures, including suggestions for "softer" outcomes that are harder to measure and evaluate
- provide tips to prepare succinct but complete reports to governors to enable them to monitor, challenge and manage Pupil Premium funding activelyuse project planning techniques to plan Pupil Premium initiatives in a way that facilitates easy costing and evaluation of success
- through group work, explore potential measurable outcomes associated with some example Pupil Premium initiatives
- explore project review and reporting techniques to inform decisions on what initiatives to support in future, those to drop and areas where new initiatives should be considered
- use the techniques, course manual and bespoke templates on return to school to cost, evaluate and report on the cost and associated impact of Pupil Premium initiatives
Delegates will need to bring a laptop running Microsoft Word and Excel to the course to take full advantage of the individual work sessions. It would be useful to bring a small and contained initiative to the course to start costing.
Facilitator: Larraine Cooper
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