Making sense of metacognition

Alex Quigley, Director of Huntington Research School, explores how schools can use the latest guidance report from the EEF to understand not just metacognition and self-regulation, but how pupils best learn. […]

Posted on 27 April 2018
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Is context king in school improvement?

The EEF’s Families of Schools database provides a wealth of information to help schools learn from each other. In this blog post, James Richardson discusses how it can help schools understand and overcome their common challenges. […]

Posted on 24 April 2018
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Effective Use and Evaluation of the Pupil Premium – a 3 day programme for £595

Develop, implement and review an evidence based high impact Pupil Premium strategy and framework. Developed by the Education Endowment Foundation and Research Schools Network, this three-day programme draws upon the most recent and robust evidence of impact, and is designed to help Pupil Premium Reviewers and school leaders responsible for Pupil Premium funding. […]

Posted on 26 March 2018
Posted in: Events, Training/CPD

ABRA- Guest blog by Janet Vousden, Coventry University

Decades of literacy research have shown us the core skills required to become a good reader: children need firstly to be able to decode the print on the page, but then also move on to a more fluent... […]

Posted on 12 March 2018
Posted in: Blog, Evidence

From the shallows, depth

In this blog post. Jude Hunton, Deputy Head at Ashlawn School in Rugby, describes the basis of his Vocabulary Intervention which he aims to further explore the impact of through disciplined inquiry. […]

Posted on 12 March 2018
Posted in: Blog, Evidence

EEF Blog: A lasting impact – 6 lessons from the evaluation of ABRA

The EEF's Thomas Martell and Prof. Jonathan Sharples on six lessons to draw from the updated independent evaluation of our trial of ABRA […]

Posted on 9 March 2018
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