Research School Network: News The latest in news and evidence from the East London Research School
The latest in news and evidence from the East London Research School
Unlocking the Power of Language to Support Schematic Development: Bridging the Primary Science Attainment Gap
Taking time to talk: prioritising communication and language in the early years
Supporting children to become better communicators is one of the most powerful things we do as early years educators.
Metacognition in primary history
Polly Crowther and Megan Pretious explore how graphic organisers can be used as a tool for mastering historical concepts.
Working with parents. What would I do differently?
Siobhan Campbell reflects on what she would do differently as a school leader when working to engage all parents.
Readers Theatre: A Powerful Tool for Developing Reading Fluency and Metacognition
Polly Crowther looks at the strategies expert readers rely on to be successful
Using picture books to promote high-quality learning in maths
Professor Herb Ginsburg explores the research behind using picture books to promote high-quality learning in EYFS maths
Seeing, feeling, understanding
Allison Carvalho discusses the use of concrete and visual resources in mathematics by older learners in key stages 2 and 3
A brighter start: East London’s Early Years Stronger Practice Hub
Catch up on free, evidence-based professional development for early years practitioners
Mind the gap: understanding multiple disadvantage and helping children to succeed against the odds
LondonEY: London’s Research Conference for the Early Years 2022
Write all about it
In the third and final part of this series, Allison Carvalho explores recommendation six from Improving Literacy in KS1.