The Nuffield Family Justice Observatory will improve the use of data and research evidence in the family justice system in England & Wales in order to support the best possible decisions for children
A longitudinal mixed methods study (October 2017-June 2019) exploring reasons for fixed term exclusions, outcomes by age 16 and perspectives of those involved.
Evaluation of Attachment Awareness programmes in schools in three local authorities using a mixed methods approach.
A mixed methods study exploring the factors that influence outcomes in higher education for care-experienced or estranged students.
A study exploring access to and quality of early years provision for looked after children and with a view to reducing risk of developmental delay.
A project investigating whether three- and four-year-olds in deprived areas experience lower quality early years provision.
A longitudinal study of over 3,000 children from birth to the end of school looking at influences on cognitive, educational and social development at different stages of the child’s life.
This research focuses on understanding how training managers transfer the experience, knowledge and skills from WorldSkills to their role in an FE College or Private Training Provider.
This project aims to examine the relationship between socioeconomic status and participation and attainment in science education.
A survey of local authorities in England to investigate closure and change in Children’s Centre provision for disadvantaged families and their children.
School design can be problematic and schools which are being rebuilt or newly created are seeking guidance as to how to improve the complex processes of design and construction.
This is a study of post-occupancy usage of five newly built schools. Its aim is to understand the impacts of the design of such schools on students’, teachers’ and parents’ actions and perceptions.