01 May 2019
17 May 2019
In April 2017, The Academy at Shotton Hall was named as a 'Research School', one of only 23 across England. Our appointment is the only such one in the region, making us a focal point for educational research in the north east.
Over the next three years, we will work to break down barriers between teachers and academics by developing a programme of support and events for north east schools. These will include a range of training programmes designed to make research more accessible for teachers and bringing, what can too often be dismissed as complex concepts and principles, to life for use in the classroom.
Visit our Research School website here to find out everything you need to know.
More reports coming soon:
Putting Evidence to Work
Metacognition and self-regulation
Improving Mathematics in Key Stage 2 and 3
Improving Literacy in Key Stage 1
Improving Literacy in Key Stage 2
Making Best Use of Teaching Assistants
Improving Secondary Science
Preparing for Literacy
Working with Parents to Support Children's Learning