There are a limited number of exhibition spaces available at The Pupil Premium and Ofsted - Ensuring Successful Outcomes conference. Exhibitors at the conference form an integral part of the event. Stands are located in the area where delegates, speakers and all attendees take their lunches and refreshments and networking opportunities are frequent and senior-level. Many of our exhibitors have exhibited at this conference on multiple occasions due to the quality of leads and interactions that it provides.

Taking a stand in this highly focused environment provides a unique opportunity to meet and do business with a range of professionals from across the primary and secondary sectors.


Please contact Tom Curtiss for more information on 0207 501 6729 or email


Edible Playgrounds

Trees for Cities are a charity working with schools to create vibrant food growing spaces. We create bespoke outdoor classrooms that sit at the heart of a schools community, bringing the curriculum to life as well as having countless benefits in improving the physical and mental health and wellbeing of pupils, families and staff.

“The consequent impact on children’s learning has been significant as the playground has become our most high profile, highly treasured teaching resource.” (Richard Hunter, Head at Rotherfield Primary School).

Your school could benefit from a wonderful Edible Playground

We will work with you from the initial consultation survey, design and build through to teacher training. Schools are asked to contribute £5,000 (+ VAT) of the total cost £30,000 assuming a standard sized project. Trees for Cities will fund the remaining cost.

The project will need the agreement of the head teacher and schools typically fund their contribution through Pupil premium, Sports Premium, infrastructure budgets or special grants. There will need to be a suitable space for development - about half the size of a tennis court.

Please see our website for more information, case studies and our flyer:



Used in thousands of schools across the UK, Lexia is a technology-based approach to reading skills development which has been proven to close the reading gap.  Due to its adaptive nature, users are able to work independently on the program - regardless of age or ability. Real-time reports can be viewed online to keep teachers informed of success and evidence progression. To support online activities, Lexia provides printable resources to assist in delivering targeted instruction. Available on multiple devices Lexia is easy to use at home or in school.



ReadingWise is a highly-engaging, evidence-based online intervention that jump-starts reading for the 20% who struggle.

  • Empower – The ReadingWise team train TA’s to make a real difference. This follows best practice outlined by new EEF research and encouraged by Ofsted.

  • Reach – Schools can reach large numbers of struggling readers quickly and effectively: 1 TA for every 10 learners.

  • Impact – A measurable difference on reading, trials show an average reading age increase of over 9 months after just 20 hours use. Demonstrating this is easy through our reporting system - so less work for you, and more evidence for Ofsted.