Aim: This event is for colleagues responsible for co-ordinating pupil voice and participation in school and co-ordinating/introducing the
Investors in Pupils programme. It is also relevant for members of the Senior Leadership Team (SLT) and anyone wanting to learn more about the award and the positive impact it can have on your whole school community.
Outcomes: By the end of the event delegates will have an understanding of:
- how staff have integrated and developed ‘Investors in Pupils’, ensuring consistent provision
- how pupils are engaged and have a voice that is listened to
- the measurable impact ‘Investors in Pupils’ can have on the whole school community, and
- how to prepare for an assessment and what to expect from an assessment day visit
Booking: This event will cost you £30 to attend. Please go to
http://www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/ (course code: IiP-0118-T001) to book online*.
N.B. Delegate places are limited so you will need to book early to avoid disappointment.
Description: Investors in Pupils provides a quality framework within which schools and educational settings develop, embed and enhance pupil voice and participation strategies. It provides opportunities for children and young people to take
greater responsibility over their own education and behaviour across five main areas; learning; induction; behaviour; attendance (including punctuality) and school & classroom management. Go to
www.investorsinpupils.org.uk for further programme information.
‘I think the Enterprise work my son does here is fantastic, it will really help with is future’
Parent of a pupil at Horton Park Primary School.
Horton Park Primary School is a two-form entry primary school with excellent facilities, located at the heart of the Canterbury estate in Bradford, West Yorkshire. Horton Park Primary School is an Exceed Academies Trust school and works collaboratively with
other schools in the locality.
The school has a higher than average proportion of girls and the proportion of pupils known to be eligible for free school meals is well above average. About half of the pupils are of Pakistani heritage and one third are White British. Pupils from Eastern
Europe are the next largest group. Over half of the pupils speak English as an additional language and there are approximately twenty-seven languages spoken by pupils at the school. The proportion of disabled pupils and those with special educational needs
is well above average. The school has a highly mobile population with a higher than average number of pupils joining or leaving the school part-way through the academic year.