This project aims to support Community Healthcare Workers’ education in Lower and Middle-Income Countries focused on the critical areas of disability and mental health.
This in-depth case study explored the ways in which research impact had been conceptualised and operationalised by recipents of the Oxford Martin School's research funding over the last decade.
This study investigates the extent to which feeling safe, secure, respected and part of a school community are related to attendance and participation in Oxfordshire secondary schools.
This study investigates the educational trajectories, attainments and experiences of children in care and in need, including the perspectives of parents, pupils and professionals.
This project will test a training and assessment package to be used by foster carers and schools to improve early identification of potential mental health difficulties in children.
The University is working in partnership with the local authority early years team, providing ongoing evaluation of local quality improvement projects.
These combined projects involve evaluation of area-based school improvement projects funded under the Department for Education’s Strategic School Improvement Fund (SSIF).
This project aims to improve outcomes for disadvantaged young children by supporting early years practitioners to offer high-quality language-learning environments.
The Parental Engagement Fund is a project supported by five organisations to implement and evaluate projects aimed at engaging parents in their children’s learning.
This project aims to develop intelligent mobile training applications for health care practitioners in the developing world.
A social enterprise project providing mobile and VR simulation training apps for healthcare workers, equipping them to save lives and reduce disability, wherever they are in the world.