Thank a Teacher Day 2021

Over the last year, teachers have worked tirelessly to adapt to the 'new normal' and have done a wonderful job supporting, teaching, and inspiring pupils.

Please join us this Thank A Teacher Day (23rd June) in celebrating the teachers who have certainly gone the extra mile this year. Follow @NFERClassroom on Twitter to receive regular updates and join in the conversation on #ThankATeacherDay.

Thank you for engaging with our research and resources. Your continued support helps us generate evidence and insights that can improve outcomes for future generations. Together our impact is even greater.

 

Free resources to support teachers this Thank a Teacher Day

 

Celebrating the remarkable impact of teachers

Celebrating the remarkable impact of teachers

Over the past year, teachers and school leaders have been under extraordinary pressure at work and at home, but have continued to take the time to participate in education research to enable evidence and insights to be developed.

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Join in the Thank a Teacher Day celebrations

Join in the Thank a Teacher Day celebrations

Visit the Thank a Teacher website to download an activity pack, send a free thank you e-card and enter the celebrity judged competitions.

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Assessment Hub

Assessment Hub

To help you feel confident in your assessment knowledge and practice, we’re delighted to share our expertise in the form of short-read introductory articles and an exclusive series of practical guides.

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Assessment Digest

Assessment Digest

Assessment Digest is one of our monthly e-newsletters, covering all the latest assessment news, guidance and resources from the NFER Assessment Hub. View previous editions and sign up now.

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