Supporting Vulnerable Learners

Supporting Vulnerable Learners

The National Education Trust has a long history of placing the needs of vulnerable learners at the heart of both its thinking and its activity. As such much of our time is spent working with schools to ensure that they are well placed to meet the need of all pupils.

Two core elements of this are our Pupil Premium and SEND review processes, details of which can be found below.

PP Reviews

Supporting schools to meet the needs of pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds is one of the key aims of the National Education Trust and we have a long established record of impact in this area. Marc Rowland, NET’s Director of Research and Policy has written one of the best selling books on making best us of the Pupil Premium funding and leads on this work.

Our team of reviewers can support you to evaluate the impact of the funding on pupil outcomes and offer you practical advice on ensuring that all pupils maximise their attainment potential. When NET talking of aspiring to achieve Excellence as Standard, it is often disadvantaged pupils who can benefit most from our input.

For more information please contact us.

SEND Reviews

A National Education Trust SEND Review is an opportunity for a school to have an expert in the field take a look at their systems, approaches, classroom practice and outcomes.

This work, informed by the London Leadership Strategy’s SEND Leaders materials, and guided by the documents provided by the school, is an opportunity to ensure that you offer Excellence as Standard to all pupils, irrespective of the complexity of their needs.

These reviews are a valuable opportunity for all schools, both mainstream and specialist and across all age phases. 

For more information please contact us.