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Follow the arrow for a flash of recognition

As part of our charitable purpose to help schools do their own research and share their learning, we have set up the NFER Research Mark - a new quality mark to acknowledge, support and celebrate practioner-led enquiry.

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Essential guides to the new curriculum
With this new academic year has come the new primary National Curriculum, so our experts have been busy preparing practical guides to bring you quickly up to speed with the programmes of study and assessing writing at key stage 2.

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Schools site is better by design
On our schools web pages you can now browse NFER products and services by school phase to find the information most relevant to your school's needs; and check out our new section of resources to help you with your own research.

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Asking the right questions?
What are the burning research questions you would like answered? We invite you to give your views by using the online Powerleague tool. Login with your email address; the league password is ‘research’.

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Careers education: a call for collective thinking
With careers guidance very much in the news following last week's Ofsted report on the subject, the latest NFER Thinks paper calls for a collaborative approach to developing consistent, high-quality provision.

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Find the right method - for free!
We know a thing or two about research methods at NFER, so whether you’re starting out on the enquiry road, or looking for specialist techniques to use in your established research programme, take advantage of these free resources.

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Expert advice

Prioritise communication and don't forget fathers are two of the key messages in our new guide for primary school leaders on improving parental engagement in education among disadvantaged groups.

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Research insights

In our latest article in SecEd, NFER Head of Impact Ben Durbin looks at how the teaching profession can be enhanced, rather than defined, by the use of evidence in practice.

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