A software tool that can be used to explore the relationship between needs, costs and outcomes of services provided to looked after children.
This five year research programme aims to increase understanding of the role of attachment and trauma in educational outcomes for children - especially those who are in care or vulnerable
A longitudinal mixed methods study (October 2017-June 2019) exploring reasons for fixed term exclusions, outcomes by age 16 and perspectives of those involved.
A mixed methods study exploring the factors that influence outcomes in higher education for care-experienced or estranged students.
This large-scale study explores in detail what factors, including earlier education and training, contribute to whether care leavers are in employment at age 21.
This project is developing a training module and artificial intelligence (AI) health application to support frontline health care staff to screen for health issues.
This project aims to examine the impact humanities degrees have on society by examining the labour market outcomes and career trajectories of Humanities graduates from the University of Oxford.
This project aims to further develop a Teacher Professional Development Intervention for supporting secondary mathematics teachers to enhance their students’ proof competencies.
The aim of this project is to examine inward student mobility and how it relates to the production of national and global public goods in four countries: France, the UK, Japan and China.
This project aims to build a comprehensive and internationally generic method for monitoring, measuring and judging the public benefits of universities, using empirical research in six countries.
This project investigates the implications, implementation and consequences of Brexit for UK universities, including the effects in relation to migration, international education and financial sustain
The LiFT research programme sets a forward-looking agenda for children’s education and entertainment, underpinned by research evidence on children’s learning through digital technology