EEF & Royal Society partner to improve science results for disadvantaged pupils

EEF & Royal Society partner to improve science results for disadvantaged pupils

The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) - in partnership with the Royal Society - will be investigating ways to improve science results for disadvantaged pupils in primary and secondary schools across England, it was announced today.The organisations are jointly commissioning a review of the current evidence about science education in formal education settings for young people. The review will identify the most promising approaches and programmes which can support young people to achieve key educational outcomes…

EEF Recruiting 920 schools for six promising projects

EEF Recruiting 920 schools for six promising projects

Online programme that encourages a love of reading is one of six to be tested on large scale across England An online programme that encourages a love of reading in children is one of six promising projects that will be tested on a large scale in 920 primary schools…

EEF publishes Annual Report for 2014-15

EEF publishes Annual Report for 2014-15

The Education Endowment Foundation has published its fourth Annual Report, covering the year August 2014 to July 2015. Highlights include:Our first year’s work on Early Years, supporting projects with evidence of promise which aim to boost the learning of 3-4 year-oldsUpdates to our Teaching and Learning Toolkit, used…

Sir Kevan Collins comments on today’s primary school results

Sir Kevan Collins comments on today’s primary school results

Responding to today’s primary school results, Sir Kevan Collins, Chief Executive of the Education Endowment Foundation, said: The fact that many more disadvantaged primary school pupils are achieving good results is testament to the hard work and dedication of teachers and school leaders across the country. It…

Response to Ofsted annual report

Response to Ofsted annual report

Responding to the North South divide highlighted in Ofsted’s Annual Report today, Sir Peter Lampl, Chairman of the Sutton Trust and the Education Endowment Foundation, said:Sir Michael Wilshaw is absolutely right to highlight England’s North South divide. Today’s report confirms our own research which…