Recent research and up to date Department for Education (DfE) information will be posted here for easy access. In addition, local case studies, information about local networks, workshops and training will be added as appropriate.
- DfE guidance (updated July 2018) - https://www.gov.uk/guidance/pupil-premium-information-for-schools-and-alternative-provision-settings
- DfE guidance on what must be published on the school website - https://www.gov.uk/guidance/what-maintained-schools-must-publish-online
- National Governor’s Association Report – Spotlight on Disadvantage (pdf format, 250Kb). The role and impact of governing bodies in spending, monitoring and evaluating the pupil premium
- Schools and Social Mobility – Amelia Walker, Deputy Director, Research and Evaluation, Ofsted. Amelia Walker (pdf format, 502Kb). This is a very useful overview of Ofsted focus on disadvantage.
- The Ofsted Annual Report 2017-2018. Ofsted annual report (pdf format, 3.8Mb) has a focus on disadvantaged learners.
- The Oxfordshire Pupil Premium Review preparation template (docx format, 256Kb)
- Knowledge Organiser - mind the gap - A very useful cross curricular resource for both secondary and primary teachers
- Closing the Gap Action Plan QE's / The Principles of Instruction - Some good examples of planning for disadvantaged learners.
- EEF Guide for Schools, Governors and Trustees - This is a really useful guide for schools to use when considering how to spend pupil premium funding.
The Learning and School Improvement Team can conduct Pupil Premium Reviews in your school. Please contact us to arrange a visit SchoolImprovementTeam@Oxfordshire.gov.uk
- A Pupil Premium poster (pdf format, 176Kb) and flyer (pdf format, 176Kb) to display and share to promote take up with families of children who have just started school. (Reception)
Case studies showing good practice in Oxfordshire
Oxfordshire Service Pupils
On 27th September the LA and the Military Partnership held a conference to bring KS2 and KS3 Service children from across Oxfordshire together. Schools with Service pupils and families were invited to bring up to 10 pupils to the conference. Uptake was fantastic and on the day 140 pupils, along with their teachers, came together to celebrate their unique journey within Oxfordshire schools and to have a voice as to how they are supported and how this support might be improved. Find out more in the Conference document (pdf format, 67Kb)