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 project aims to examine the relationship between socioeconomic status and participation and attainment in science education.
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.
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 evaluated the Maths Champions professional development programme, designed to support early years practitioners to improve children’s mathematical skills.
The project will compare and determine the identification of special educational needs of some ethnic minorities and White British pupils, with consideration to demographic variables.
Apprenticeship plays an important role in supporting young people in the transition between school and work. This project aims to compare participation in apprenticeship globally.
This project explored the leadership responses of English Further Education Colleges to the marketisation of FE funding.
Advising on the development of the assessment items and survey instruments of PIRLS 2016.
This study examined the relationships between decoding ability in French as a foreign language, specifically self-efficacy and attribution among young-beginner learners in England.