November 2016 Research Publications Schools About
Tackle bullying at your school

NFER's Safety and Bullying Pupil Surveys are a great way to gain valuable insight into bullying issues at school. They also provide comparison to national trends so that you can benchmark your results to help your school with improvement planning.

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Our new webinars page is here!
We have launched a new webinars page featuring a series of free webinars for teachers, headteachers and senior leaders on topics such as assessment and research engagement. Click on the link below to register for any of our upcoming webinars or to view previous ones. 

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Track progress with our Tests Suite 2
Aligned to the 2014 national curriculum, NFER Tests Suite 2 can help your school measure pupil progress by providing two sets of reading, mathematics, and grammar and punctuation tests, and one set of spelling tests for use across the year. Read our FAQs document which appeared in Teach Primary magazine to know more.

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The power of music
Participating in In Harmony (a music programme for children from deprived communities funded by the Department for Education) was found to have a positive impact on children's attitudes towards music. It reportedly enhanced children's enjoyment of music, and benefited their social and emotional wellbeing.

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How prepared are apprenticeship providers for reform?
New research featuring interviews with 15 senior leaders of apprentice providers found that they remain uncertain about the detail of the government's reform plans, hindering their ability to deliver by the May 2017 deadline.

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Sign up here for our latest webinar

The benefits and advantages of age-standarised and standardised scores
NFER Researcher Oliver Stacey will present on this subject on 23 November at 4 pm.

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Journey to the Research Mark
Product Manager David Joshi, offers a tailored approach to achieve your school's objectives by being more research-engaged.

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