April 2015 Research Publications Schools About
Last call for Baseline: Order by 30 April

For a practical, child-friendly assessment for pupils entering Reception, order our Reception Baseline Assessment by 30 April, to have yours ready for use in September. Look at our five key questions to ask when choosing a baseline assessment.

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Primary school places
A new report on parents' views of school choice presents findings on whether parents feel like they do have a choice when choosing a school. Our new blog posts take a closer look at factors which influence parents' choice of school for their child. Read it here.

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Effective work experience
Looking to implement a successful work experience programme in your school? Our new top tips guide based on six case studies, offers advice to schools and colleges wishing to implement and deliver new work experience opportunities. 

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Methods of research
For a good introduction to running your own enquiries, you can use our free online guides. Click here for advice on how to get started with research in your school.

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NFER Election Update
Election 2015 is just a couple of weeks away. Our series of election blogs capture the essence of the key debates and their emphasis (or lack of) on education policy.

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PISA-Based Test for your school
Using the PISA-Based Test for Schools, based on OECD's triennial PISA study, will reveal how your school compares with international peers in reading, mathematics and science.  

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Latest blog

Marian Sainsbury, assessment expert and research associate, explores the ideas underlying the validation of an assessment.

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30 April 2015
Work experience seminar for school leaders
NFER are hosting a free seminar for senior leaders with responsibility for 16 to 19 programmes to attend, with an interactive panel discussion featuring schools, employers and learners. 

Register now

29 April 2015 
We are at the Academies Show at ExCel, London from 9 am to 4:40 pm. Come visit us at stand 648.

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