Our aims

We are committed to sharing knowledge with, and between, people working in education policy and practice. We are also building support for evidence-based education, and providing expertise and practical tools wherever we can.

We:

  • help teachers and schools reflect on their practice to identify the challenges they face
  • commission and facilitate research where evidence is lacking
  • where research is available, help schools to develop and evaluate new approaches that build on that evidence
  • communicate the results of this and other research and its implications for practice with the education community
  • support schools in developing structures and approaches that enable them to embed the approaches that prove effective and efficient
  • campaign for the adoption of effective and efficient approaches
  • find new ways of connecting research with practice.

Latest news

  1. First keynote speakers confirmed

    Posted on 12 December 2019

    Lisa Whitworth from Sidmouth College and Emma Sutherland from Nesta are the first confirmed keynote …

  2. Learning from school-led evaluation projects

    Posted on 8 October 2019

    BOOK YOUR PLACE at our second Innovation Evaluation conference, on Thursday 23 January 2020