To find out more about the Pupil Premium and what the eligibility criteria are, please click here.
(with thanks to Inspired Foundations)
Further information on the Pupil Premium can be found here.
The Department for Education (DfE) asked the British Association for Adoption and Fostering (BAAF) to undertake case studies to illustrate the early use of the Pupil Premium for adopted children. The case studies described here aim to promote adopted children’s educational and personal development through appropriate use of the Pupil Premium. Please click here to read the case studies.
PAC-UK have produced this booklet to help you navigate the school environment, to work with schools and ensure that your child is receiving the support they need.
Select here for a List of Head teachers of Virtual Schools for Children in Care in the London Region, as known in May 2015. To find out more about school inspections, please click here.
The Department for Education is increasingly recognising the long term impact of trauma and loss for children who live in adoptive or special guardianship families. Adopted and permanently placed children may experience a range of difficulties at school, including problems coping with change and transition, relationship difficulties with adults and other children, and difficulties managing their emotions and behaviours. All of this can have an impact on their learning and emotional wellbeing. PAC-UK has a specialist Education Service dedicated to supporting adopted and permanently placed children in schools. To find out more, click here.
Would you like the opportunity to speak face-to-face with an Education Adviser about your child’s education or difficulties at school? Click here.
To find out more about PAC-UK's Education Advice Line, please click here.
To find out more about our Monthly Education Support Group for Adopters, Special Guardians & Kinship Carers, please click here.