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Welcome to the first edition of our e-newsletter dedicated to bringing schools the latest news and developments from NFER - the UK's leading independent educational research charity. Subscribe today to keep in touch over the coming months.

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A thoroughly modern measure
NFER launches a new generation of optional tests with fresh, up-to-date content.

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Teaching outside
the box
Futurelab at NFER unveils a website to support and inspire 21st century educators.

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Surveying the
bigger picture
See how one school has used attitude surveys to inform its development plan.

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Judgement daze
A new framework, no more SEF - how can schools ensure they deliver what Ofsted expects of them? NFER can lend a hand...

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Watch and learn
Ever wondered about using formative assessments in your primary school? Take inspiration from our new formative asessment service (FAS) video.

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Question time
The clock is ticking on this year's attitude surveys, so order now for insights into what your pupils, parents and staff think of aspects of your school.

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Turning learning on its head
The flipped classroom is a new concept sweeping the country - find out how it can work for you at Futurelab's CPD workshop on 10 July.

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Coming soon: the gender gap and other matters
Read about the projects which secured Ysgol Tre-Gib in Carmarthenshire this year’s first NFER Research Engaged School Award.

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Expert advice

Practical guidance for headteachers on how to support young people at risk of becoming NEET, aligned to to the new Ofsted framework.

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Interested in engaging youngsters in action research? The Developing Young Researchers website has all you need to get started.

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NFER's team of experts share their insights into getting to grips with assessment.

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Research insights

Police officers working in or with schools can change young people’s attitudes and behaviour for the better, producing benefits for schools and communities, according to an NFER scoping study.

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