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1 Friday 20 th June Cheshire East Education Partnership (CEEP): GOVERNOR TRAINING : Pupil Premium Welcome to All ‘EEF/Sutton Trust’

2 Today’s trainers..... Mark Bayley : Corporate Manager, Standards & Learning Kevin Harrison : Cheshire East PP Secondary Champion Joanne Ashcroft : Part of Primary PP Management Team supporting the primary sector. ‘Sharing what we do well, learning together’ How would you RAG rate your PP knowledge and expertise as a Governor ?

3 John Dunford Conference : 6 th Feb. Key Messages..... “Today schooling needs to be much more about ways of thinking, involving creativity, critical thinking, problem- solving and decision-making.” ‘Pakeman found the challenges for improving outcomes for disadvantaged pupils are varied and there is no “one size fits all”. So they took a multi-strand approach together with rigorous tracking and assessment procedures so any gaps in pupils’ learning are quickly identified and addressed.’ Relentless focus – even when lying in the bath.......

4 Today’s Agenda...... 5 key themes to be covered during the training: a.Management and key characteristics of Pupil Premium. b.An overview of current & proposed PP initiatives across Cheshire East Schools – Primary & Secondary. c.Supporting Governors to monitor PP within the school. Coffee break / Networking a.Governors involvement in external monitoring PP work across the school. e.Small Group sessions – specific Q&A. Please take the opportunity to ask questions during this training session – ‘breaks in learning’

5 Delegate Packs & Resources Presentations from Today

6 PP Awards : Primary 2014 Primary Regional Winners Park Junior School, Shirebrook, East Midlands Queens Park Academy, Bedford, East of England St Joseph's Catholic Primary School, Holborn. London St Francis CofE (Aided) Junior School, Newton Aycliffe, N.East All Saints C.E. Primary School, Whitefield,North West Slough Islamic Primary School, Slough, South East Morice Town Primary School, Plymouth, South West Flax Hill Junior Academy, Tamworth, West Midlands St Andrews CE Primary School (VA), Hull, Yorkshire & Humber

7 PP Awards : Secondary 2014 Secondary Regional Winners De Lisle College, Loughborough East Midlands Goffs School, Cheshunt, East of England St Thomas More Catholic School, Wood Green. London Bishop Barrington School, Bishop Auckland, N.East Millfield Sc & PA College, Thornton, North West Wilmington Academy, Dartford, South East West Axe Tech College, Exeter, South West Ormiston Sir S Matthews Academy, Stoke, West Midlands South Hunsley School, Melton, Yorkshire & Humber

8 The management and key characteristics of Pupil Premium Top 8 PP FACTS for Governors: How is PP calculated and who for Website information required Named PP leads PP Action Plan Key interventions How is money allocated Ofsted expectations Overall Evaluation

9 The management and key characteristics of Pupil Premium Self-review questions for governing bodies: Have you considered research and reports about what works to inform your decisions about how to spend the Pupil Premium? Use of EEF ? Do you know how much money is allocated to the school for the Pupil Premium? Is this identified in your budget planning? Is there a clearly understood rationale for how this money is spent and what it should achieve? Is this communicated to all stakeholders including parents?

10 EEF Toolkit 10

11 The management and key characteristics of Pupil Premium Self-review questions for governing bodies: What improvements has the PP allocation brought about? How is this measured and reported? Can you isolate PP spending from the rest of the budget and ascertain what difference it is making? Do you know whether leaders and managers are checking that the strategies are working? Will you know and be able to intervene quickly if outcomes are not improving in the way you want them to?

12 Summary of key themes based upon PP monitoring : 5 key themes: Where would you judge your school against these themes ?

13 Secondary Learning....... School Development Plans Specific Pupil Premium targets Costed intervention strategies Staff responsible Intended impact Forecast outcomes

14 Secondary Learning....... Efficient use of Data School wide understanding of data Classroom use of data Creating practical ways to measure progress Demonstrating the impact of PP spending

15 Secondary Learning....... Improving the quality of teaching and learning Identifying Pupil Premium champions Drilling down to classroom level Training middle managers

16 Secondary Learning....... Deployment of staff Teachers of PP pupils – in-class, small groups Maths and English Use of identified SLEs Creating PP posts Training HLTAs and TAs

17 Secondary Learning....... Re-structuring of staff roles Separation of pastoral and academic roles Identification of Pupil Premium Managers PP targets in Performance Management Responsibilities linked to Upper Pay Spine PP Responsibility for small numbers

18 Feedback, Issues and comments

19 John Dunford :Key Messages Pupil Premium: the gap in 2013 The gap gets wider as pupils get older: –19% gap (60%: 79%) in level 4 at 11 –27% gap (38%: 65%) in 5A-CsEM at 16 Big variations between schools and between LAs –Level 4 gap: Newham 4%; Warrington 14%; Cheshire East 19%; Cheshire West 24% –GCSE gap: London under 20%; Warrington 30%; Cheshire West 33%; Cheshire East 38% –Attainment of PP pupils Level 4: Camden 79%; Warrington 69%; Cheshire East 64%; Cheshire West 59% GCSE: Tower Hamlets 63%; Warrington 41%; Cheshire West 37%; Cheshire East 31% Cheshire East is 140 th out of 150 LAs for PP learners at KS4 The Priority had to be at Key Stage 4 and working across all our Secondary Schools

20 So what has happened in our Secondary Schools since February ? Regular and structured visits to ALL Secondaries by Kevin Harrison based upon specific areas of need. Establishment of PP Network meetings – SMT leads and Governors. Next meeting 9 th June. Establishment of Data Managers Meetings – focus on tracking PP learners. Establishment of PP reviews – 2 day review using external NLEs as identified by National College. A range of Pilot projects – Maths Catch Up, PIXL, Collection of predicted data for current Year 10 and 11. CAMHS Pilot project – dedicated CAMHS staff working in targeted schools – primary and secondary.

21 PP Work across Primary Schools: The Aspirer Teaching Alliance Commission led by Ash Grove Academy – Executive Principal Kevin Simpson. 8 Primary Schools across CE 2 Secondary Schools LA Edge Hill University IOE - London

22 Why Aspirer ?  Pupil premium was a major factor in the initial bid which led us to talks with the LA about helping coordinate the project.  Ash Grove has 80% ever 6 children across the school.  Been on a journey to ensure PP children make maximum progress.  Now PP outperform non PP children in every year group.  Kevin’s philosophy is that even though he has a lot of children in receipt of PP, many of the strategies they use can be used on much smaller scales.

23 The Offer..... 1 : 1 sessions Each school will have the opportunity to request half a day of focused audit, discussion and action planning around the use of PP money in their school. These reviews will be led by: Kevin Simpson – Ash Grove - Macclesfield Caron Corden – Parkroyal - Macclesfield Sandie Isherwood – Marlfields – Congleton Jo Ashcroft – Wilmslow Grange – Wilmslow

24 The Offer..... Hubs Hubs will be theme based (based on the needs of the school) and will meet once every half term. The Pupil Premium Champion will be the representative at these meetings. The themes may change and evolve over the year There will be a focus on innovation and action research – impact How will the hubs run? – Approximately 1½ hours Session 1 – Feedback from all members of the group Session 2 - New research and learning Session 3 – Individual action plans to run back at school SPECIFIC HUB FOCUSED UPON PP GOVERNORS : TUESDAY 8 th JULY – 6.00 – 7.30 pm at Chimney House Hotel.

25 The Offer.... CPD We will run CPD sessions across the year linked to the key priorities set by schools. Themes might include: ECAR and literacy based interventions Maths recovery Good to Outstanding teaching and learning Developing social and emotional competencies Collaborative learning TEEP Raising aspirations Feedback.

26 Feedback, issues and comments

27 PP monitoring & accountability : Governors John Dunford : 5 Questions Governors Need to Ask 1.Do we know where our achievement gaps are in our school ? 2.Do we ALL know who our PP learners are and know how the school is monitoring their progress ? 3.Have we accessed the evidence of what works to accelerate disadvantaged pupils’ progress ? 4.How are we planning and targeting activities for PP learners ? 5.How will we know our activities are having an impact ? ( What evidence are we gathering for Ofsted ?)

28 PP Governor / External Monitoring : Question & Answer session 3 Questions covered : Typical of questions to PP Governors by Ofsted / external review by NLE. What is the quality of the answers given ? What answers/ evidence would you use ?

29 Supporting Governors to monitor PP within the school Undertaking an internal PP monitoring review : Ensures detailed analysis of PP Action Plan. Allows PP Governor to consider the collective ownership of PP throughout the school. Generates clear evidence of the impact of PP interventions. Allows you to promote Pupil Voice. Allows you to feedback to all governors on all aspects of PP work throughout the school. Proposed methodology that PP Governors could follow

30 Feedback, issues and comments

31 The external PP review process – what does it entail? Learning from those reviews undertaken to date : The importance of the pre-review documentation Ensuring that impact is clearly evidenced for each intervention Having a clear understanding of which strategy/strategies have had the biggest impact and why Not being afraid to repeat the info given in the pre-review documentation The importance of governor training To demonstrate impact in the classroom Governors involvement in external monitoring PP work across the school.

32 Q&A Session...... Proposed three Groups : Group 1 Those who feel they are well advanced in terms of PP work in their school. Group 2 Primary specific issues. Group 3Those who are just starting their PP work.

33 Next Steps....... What have I gained from today ? Do I feel I have a clearer understanding of how the PP programme will work for my school ? So what will I do next back in school ? Reminder : 8th July – Initial PP Governor Hub meeting. EVALUATION FORMS PLEASE

34 and finally.....

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