Theoretical and methodological innovation
We understand the need for theoretical and methodological innovation across a wide range of methodologies to improve educational research.
We use a range of approaches including randomised control trials, quasi-experimentation, theory of change and logic model designs usually in combination to evaluate programmes, interventions and initiatives for clients including the Department for Education, What Works Centres, especially the Education Endowment Foundation, and charitable bodies.
We develop original perspectives on communicative practices; analyse digital technologies in educational practice; build anti-oppressive methodologies and creative research practices; and advance randomised controlled trial, quasi-experimental and mixed methods methodology.
Children's Communities Evaluation
Improving the lives of children and young people in communities facing the most challenging circumstancesRead more
Evaluation of DfE Teaching and Leadership Innovation Fund
Evaluation of a major DfE fund to improve outcomes and social mobility for children and young peopleRead more
Evaluation of RETAIN: Early Career CPD for KS1 Teachers
Evaluation of pilot CPD programme for early career teachers to improve outcomes for disadvantaged pupilsRead more