We have developed a Knowledge Exchange (KE) programme in which researchers, practitioners and policy makers can work together in long-term, mutually beneficial partnerships.
This way of working has a direct and lasting impact on the lives of children and young people.
Our innovative KE models have brought real advances in knowledge and practice for practitioners and researchers:
- Back on Track for Vulnerable Learners
- Maximising the Impact of Teaching Assistants (MITA)
- Promoting the Achievement of Looked After Children (PALAC)
- Supporting Spoken Language in the Classroom (SSLiC)
- Supporting Wellbeing, Emotional Resilience and Learning (SWERL)
- Making Autism Research Accessible to Teachers (MARAT)
These programmes can be commissioned as part of a Teaching School, Multi-academy or local authority offer for school-to-school support embedded within the KE ethos.