Tag: Huntington Research School

Training Programme: Leading Learning

09:00 on 4 December 2018–15:00 on 1 May 2019

Leading Learning is a 3 day course that was sold out the last two years and is back at Huntington Research School.  This course is about the quality of teaching and using important research as evidence to support your CPD programme. If you want to book your place for one of the few available places, […]

Posted on: 4 October 2018
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Research-led Sheffield: Conference Review

18 July 2018

The ‘Making Evidence Work in Schools’ conference on June 15th featured presentations from colleagues from across Sheffield schools and universities, as well as members of the Research Schools’ network. […]

Posted on: 18 July 2018
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Conference: Making Evidence Work in Schools

6 June 2018

Dr Jonathan Sharples, Senior Researcher at the EEF, will deliver his keynote with a focus on the effective use of evidence in school contexts, while John Tomsett will close the day by speaking about leading an evidence informed school. […]

Posted on: 6 June 2018
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‘Building Confident Research-leads’ – Reflections

6 June 2018

Aimee Hanson, Director of English – Leeds West Academy – has Kindly agreed to share her insights and reflections on attending our ‘Building Confident Research-leads Programme’.  […]

Author: Aimee Hanson, Director of English – Leeds West Academy
Posted on: 6 June 2018
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Who drives evidence-based education?

4 December 2017

When I was an NQT education felt like it was being driven by a class of 30 year 8 students who had me strapped onto the bonnet as they careered recklessly across multiple lanes of traffic. […]

Author: Marcus Jones: Research and Literacy lead, Huntington
Posted on: 4 December 2017
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An Interview with John Tomsett

6 November 2016

1. Why were you interested in your school applying to become a national EEF/IEE Research School? Well, over the past few years we have become increasingly engaged in developing evidence-informed teaching and learning. The Randomised Controlled Trial we had already undertaken with the EEF has been so beneficial to our school that becoming an EEF/IEE […]

Posted on: 6 November 2016
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