May 2017 Research Publications Schools About
General Election - Is education a priority?

Following Theresa May's call for a snap General Election, NFER has created an election website looking at the burning issues facing schools and pupils' learning. In our series of election blog posts our researchers address the key issues and questions on education policies. Working with Full Fact, we have also produced factsheets on topics high on the agenda including teacher retention. For more on this, visit our GE2017 website.

Election website
Primary assessment in England - Government consultation
Anybody with an interest in primary education and the way that pupils are assessed in school can respond to this primary consultation. The deadline is 22 June 2017 and the results of the consultation will be published on GOV.UK in September 2017.

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Key insights podcast: election special
Prior to the launch of the major parties' manifestos, NFER's Head of Impact, Karen Wespieser joined The Key insights panel to discuss what the 2017 General Election could mean for education. Listen to the podcast via our election website below.

Election website
A series of General Election blogs
In this blog series, NFER Chief Executive, Carole Willis looks at the importance of embedding evidence into the heart of policy making and following the first televised election debate, Karen Wespieser looks at the facts behind the policies.

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End of Year planning with School Surveys
A complete survey, results, benchmarking and analysis service for parents, pupils and staff. Find out how School Surveys can help you identify school improvement objectives and conduct your end of year review.

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Order our Analysis and Marking Service by 9 June
Our Analysis and Marking Service is an independent marking and analysis service for schools using NFER Tests summer set of tests. You can order this service until 9 June and save 7.5% on NFER Tests summer if you order them at the same time. 

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Festival of Education 
22-23 June 2017, Wellington College, Crowthorne, RG45 7PU 
NFER's Ben Durbin will be among those presenting at the Festival of Education on 23 June 2017. Over two days the festival brings together the very best of education’s most forward thinking advocates, practitioners of change, policy makers and educators in workshops, speaking sessions and activities.

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ResearchED Rugby
1 July 2017, Ashlawn School, Rugby, CV22 5ET 
Head of Impact Karen Wespieser will be contributing to a panel debate on the biggest issues facing education. 

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