Research School Network: Leeds/​Research School Network Partnership Project Leeds Partnership Project with the Research School network


Leeds/​Research School Network Partnership Project

Leeds Partnership Project with the Research School network

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Huntington Research School is working in partnership with the EEF and Leeds City Council to support an evidence-informed partnership programme. It will focus on improving outcomes for our disadvantaged young people across Leeds.

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The Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and Research Schools Network are delighted to work in partnership with Leeds City Council to provide a unique opportunity for schools and organisations in the city to work together to improve outcomes for our disadvantaged learners.

This partnership project builds on the successful Developing the Foundations for Literacy’ twilight series in summer 2021.

Leeds schools are invited to join the Partnership Project that will commence in late spring 2022.

This includes:

  • A Headteacher/​Principal launch event.
  • An evidence-informed modular training programme: Using Evidence to Make the Difference for Disadvantaged Learners.
  • You will then be supported to review, apply and implement your strategies in your school or organisation by one of the research school network’s local evidence leaders.

Who is this for?
We are looking to work with senior leaders in schools who want to explore the evidence base and use this to support a review of their school approach to supporting disadvantaged learners.

A small contribution per school; £100 for a primary school, £200 for a secondary school for up to two participants per school.


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