Leading Effective Disadvantaged Provision for Secondary

A programme to support secondary schools lead more effective disadvantaged provision

Cohort 2 commencing in April 2024

Places are limited to a maximum of 25 participants and booking is offered on a first come, first served basis.

The programme will support effective planning for disadvantaged pupils in secondary schools, showing how to measure the impact of strategies but also in knowing what to stop doing. Marc will share his expertise to teach and empower participants, also presenting on social isolation and focusing on what strong leadership of school culture and expectations could look like as a key in unlocking better outcomes.

Meaningful participation is vital for improved outcomes and this programme offers not only a face-to-face session at ASCL HQ but two additional online sessions, the final one underpinned by a strong and useful evaluation and gap task to strengthen strategic planning moving forward.

The programme will be delivered for ASCL by Marc Rowland. Marc has published numerous articles and books on addressing educational disadvantage. He has carried out a number of area-based studies focused on improving educational disadvantage and has helped over a thousand schools. Marc has provided support to the DfE on the use and impact of the pupil premium grant and led the introduction of Jersey pupil premium.
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Marc Rowland

Pupil Premium and Vulnerable Learners Adviser, Unity Schools Partnership

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