We are delighted to tell you about the next RADY network meeting which for the first time will be bringing together colleagues from all phases of education to network and share great practice on supporting disadvantaged students in schools. A flavour of what is on the schedule this time:
- Professor Mick Waters will be sharing his thoughts on learning from the perspective of a pupil;
- The authors of the recent DfE paper ‘research to understand successful approaches to supporting the most academically able disadvantaged pupils’ will be running a session on their findings;
- Dave Hollomby, creator of the ‘RADY’ catalyst, will be sharing his KS4 and KS2 Gaps Tool
- The Warriner School, Oxfordshire will be talking about their strategy for “Futures” students;
- Staffordshire University Academy, Hednesford will share their ideas on aspirations;
- Woodlands School, Wem are sharing their strategy for culture-proofing their curriculum
- Outwoods Primary School, Burton-on-Trent will share their experience on ‘Making it personal in a primary setting’
- We will be challenging you to think about equity in curriculum opportunity at your school.
If you would like an invite, please just contact us and we will send you a link to book your FREE ticket.
The event is once again being generously hosted by Newman University (https://newman.ac.uk/about-us/contact-us/ ) for free which means we can keep the event free to all of you! We couldn’t do it without support like this.