An EEF supported project designed to promote the awareness, understanding and use of research in the classroom. We are working with the EEF to pilot a project which is designed to help teachers and senior leaders to make evidence-based decisions and improvements to their practice.

The Core Aspects of the Project

  • Three annual symposia which bring together educational researchers and teachers to consider how research can be used to improve teacher's practice
  • Six twilight sessions designed to help teachers explore the implications of research for their own school contexts
  • A bespoke research brokering service designed to help schools make use of research insights to improve specific aspects of their teaching and learning

Our Partner Schools

  • The Towers School
  • The March Academy
  • Brockhill Park Performing Arts College
  • Highworth Grammar School
  • Phoenix Community Primary School

Coming Up...

Twilight - 3 February 2015 at The Towers School

Symposium - 19 March 2015 at The Marsh Academy

Further Information

If you would like further information or are interested in the brokering process, please contact Ben White b.white@highworth.kent.sch.uk

For a more detailed summary of the project and its part in the EEF's (Education Endowment Foundation) work in promoting research use please click here: http://educationendowmentfoundation.org.uk/projects/research-champion/