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Pupil Premium in action: How schools use vision2learn to raise attainment for disadvantaged pupils

Pupil Premium in action: How schools use vision2learn to raise attainment for disadvantaged pupils

Wednesday, 03 July 2013

See how schools use vision2learn as part of their Pupil Premium

More and more schools are investing their Pupil Premium in vision2learn, and we expect to see this continue as Pupil Premium funding rises to £900 per pupil from September.

Schools choose vision2learn as a Pupil Premium investment to raise attainment amongst their disadvantaged learners because it offers a tangible and measurable investment, as required by Ofsted.

Vision2learn is also proven to raise attainment amongst disadvantaged pupils. We recently commissioned independent research into the difference vision2learn is making to results in schools with high proportions of disadvantaged pupils.

The study showed that schools in areas of high deprivation using vision2learn outperform their expected attainment levels, and the longer they’ve used vision2learn the better their results are!

Pupil Premium spending plans

Research from BESA earlier this year also highlights some of the ways schools intend to spend their Pupil Premium funding, following the rise. Key areas for secondary schools include investing in:

  • Supporting small groups

  • One-to-one teaching provision

  • New classroom resources

  • Digital content

vision2learn is extremely well-placed to meet schools' needs in all these areas and more.

Here are just a small number of the schools that are already investing their Pupil Premium in vision2learn:

Saint Pius X, Rotherham

“New vision2learn courses to be used in one to one and group sessions with a number of learners to engage and motivate. The courses will lead to accredited qualifications.” Find out more

Oasis Academy Enfield

“vision2learn courses allowed us to provide students with a taste of early achievement, and the different learning style provided by a combination of online and face to face sessions.” Find out more

Langley Park School for Girls

“vision2learn...has enabled 35 students, 26 of them on Free School Meals, to achieve an additional GCSE-equivalent grade.” Find out more

Deptford Green School

“To support the Drake Curriculum and to ensure our students are able to achieve the highest level of appropriate qualifications the school has invested the vision2learn programme. Students ... work in small classes with teachers who have been trained to deliver a bespoke programme which aims to support students in achieving their potential.” Find out more

The above are just a handful of the schools listing vision2learn as a Pupil Premium investment.

If you’re looking for effective ways to invest your Pupil Premium to raise attainment amongst FSM pupils, just get in touch to find out more.

Licences are available from just £5,750, offering access for an unlimited number of learners to all our content, including a range of vocational qualifications and our new GCSE resources.

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