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Capitalising on cultural opportunities

London schools are pretty active in broadening their pupils' horizons when it comes to arts and culture, but would benefit further from a more pro-active approach from cultural groups themselves.

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A team effort
Innovation and a commitment to developing a more inclusive learning experience through action research has earned Liverpool Community College an NFER Research Engaged Award.

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Credit where it's due
Research undertaken as part of the Enquiring Schools programme will now count towards two awards in Advanced Education Practice from the Institute of Education (IOE), London.

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Helping hands
The Olympics made heroes of the volunteers who contributed to their success, and schools - particularly secondaries - could benefit from such public spiritedness to help in areas such as sports coaching.

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Producing the Goods
Following the recent publication of Ofsted's Getting to Good report on best practice in school improvement, we look at how NFER's expertise can help your own school towards success.

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Ticking all the right boxes
Around 95 per cent of schools involved in the standardisation of our new generation of optional tests felt the materials reflected the National Curriculum descriptors for both reading and mathematics.

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Support for every style of learner
Find out why our approach to formative assessment is particularly suitable for gauging the progress of children with SEN, helping you structure a learning programme that supports each pupil’s learning style.

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Expert advice

Education on the web is a free tool-kit for anyone using the internet to search for information on education, drawing on NFER expertise to help readers carry out their own research.

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CPD workshops

16 November 2012
Developing enquiry using iPads and other mobile devices
20 November 2012
Independent learners
23 November 2012
Designing a creative curriculum
5 December 2012
21st century skills across the curriculum

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