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This rapid evidence review looks at lessons from other quality assurance systems, and how they could be applied to teachers’ continuing professional development in England.
[Summary] This rapid evidence review looks at lessons from other quality assurance systems, and how they could be applied to teachers’ continuing professional development (CPD) in England.
'Curiosity' provides funding to help youth organisations develop and deliver inspiring science activities for disadvantaged children and young people. This report looks at the key findings from the 32 projects funded during the first round.
We look at pupils’ views of science and how these link to the practice and experience of their science leaders.
We conduct deeper interviews with teachers to explore the findings of our 'State of the nation' report.
A review of how often Ofsted school inspection reports commented on science between September 2017 and July 2018.
[Summary] A review of how often Ofsted school inspection reports commented on science between September 2017 and July 2018.
Our guide is designed to help governing boards decide their values and vision, create their strategy and measure progress.
A report about how the questionnaire for the Global Monitor was developed to collect people's views about science and key health challenges.
A key finding of our report is that teachers are less likely to participate in subject-specific CPD than generic pedagogic CPD, even though it is more beneficial.
As part of our work to transform primary science education, we commissioned research to look at how supported new teachers feel to teach science in primary schools.
We explore how access to continuing professional development helps to keep more teachers in the classroom.
Facts and figures on UK primary science education across the UK – from how science is taught, to what pupils think of it.
A review of the nature and frequency of science reporting in Ofsted inspection reports in the school year 2016-17.
[Summary] Facts and figures on UK primary science education across the UK – from how science is taught, to what pupils think of it.
Our report assesses the impact of informal science activities on young people when delivered by youth workers.
A guide for science communicators to use if they want to engage with the youth sector to develop or run informal science learning activities for disadvantaged young people.
Our report looks at what motivates youth workers, what their priorities are, and some of the challenges they face.
Part of our Science Education Tracker, this report explores awareness of, and attitudes towards, machine learning among young people aged 14-19.
Part of our Science Education Tracker, this report explores young people’s attitudes towards biomedical research.