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A sporting chance

With the Olympics looming large on the nation's horizon, what better time to explore young people's attitudes towards food and fitness - taking a look at what schools can do to encourage healthier habits along the way.

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The great divide
Splitting key stage 4 boys up from girls for English proved positive for one Carmarthenshire school.

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inGenious idea
Futurelab at NFER is calling for dynamic teachers to join the multinational inGenious project team.

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Track to the future
How do careers professionals help youngsters make successful transitions? NFER investigates.

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Ready, SSET, go
There's more to iPads than Fruit Ninja! You can now update information about your school's performance and plans on the go with the tablet version of our online self-evaluation tool.

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Measuring up
NFER's new generation of optional tests are currently being standardised with just under 6500 pupils in England, ready for delivery on February 2013.

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Video star
Our new online demonstration of NFER's formative assessment service is proving hugely popular, with more than 300 views of the video to date. Take a look to find out why.

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Lightbulb moments
Find out how City Academy Norwich is getting on as it takes its first of seven steps towards enquiry-based enlightenment with Futurelab at NFER.

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Expert advice

Practical guidance for headteachers on using careers resources to help support youngsters at risk of becoming NEET.

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Research insights

What difference does mentoring make to trainee teachers? Plenty, reports NFER's evaluation of the Starting Out pilot scheme.

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School forums play a crucial role in shaping the amount of funding going to different educational providers, finds this NFER study for the LGA.

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