This project investigates how primary school teachers in International Baccalaureate schools, in diverse global contexts, foster curiosity and creativity in students.
Education is the key to future life outcomes. Success in education at age 16 strongly predicts later occupational, economic, health and well-being outcomes and future social mobility.
Exploring how local authorities are innovating in supporting attachment and trauma awareness in schools
This digital and remote ethnographic study explores the sense of ‘emptiness’ experienced by rural areas affected by demographic change after permanent school closures occurred.
This project will explore pathways into and through higher education for young people in England who have had a social worker
This project investigates the mobility of international academics to China and their engagement with Chinese higher education.
This project aims to study the importance of the research function in understanding the wider dynamics of higher education.
This project investigates the ethical issues and challenges in international and comparative education research during the COVID-19 pandemic.
LANGUAGES aims to systematically conduct comparative European classroom studies (in Norway, France and the UK) to gain new insights into current language instruction and promising initiatives.
The three-year project explores new understandings of education, purpose and human flourishing through an annual public seminar series, residential visiting fellowships, conferences and publications.
Identifying the social and ethical implications of the greater dependency on technology in the delivery of school education that has arisen from the COVID-19 pandemic.
A feasibility study of STrAWB, funded by NIHR, following on from pilot testing, STrAWB aims to support the well-being of looked-after children.