Upcoming Events

Westminster Education Forum Seminar: Priorities for teacher retention and development – support quality and leadership
26 April 2018, Central London
NFER Senior Economist Jack Worth will be contributing to the discussion during this seminar which will assess the next steps for improving teacher retention and development in England.
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NAHT Annual Conference 2018
3 – 5 May 2018, the ACC Liverpool
The NAHT conference will involve debate and policy-making, and delegates will have the chance to hear addresses from the general secretary, incoming national president and guest speakers. There will also be the opportunity to network with various groups within the education sector during the exhibition viewing. NFER exhibit on May 4 and 5 May so come visit our stand and speak with one of our assessment experts. Free NFER Tests sample materials will also be available to take away. We look forward to meeting you.
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What relevance do international assessments have for understanding England's education system?
8 May 2018, London
Seminar on ‘What do international studies tell us about the performance of England’s education system?’ Organised by the
Centre for Education Economics (CfEE) and sponsored by The National Foundation for Education Research.
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Raising Standards and Attainment Through Evidence Informed Teaching
12 June 2018, London
This Inside Government Forum presents attendees with an opportunity to explore the latest education research and examine how evidence informed teaching is an essential method for improving teaching standards and in turn pupil attainment.
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National Pupil Premium Conference 2018
5 July 2018, London
Chief Executive Carole Willis will be chairing The Pupil Premium Conference on July 5. The event will provide a vital opportunity to explore the latest updates and strategies in implementing an outstanding Pupil Premium strategy which maximises educational outcomes and closes the attainment gap for all disadvantaged pupils.
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Past Events