Increased research into and understanding of cognitive neuroscience, new apps and changing technologies, and a desire to improve best teaching skills, are set to transform the way teachers teach and students learn in this country and around the world.
The Tony Little Centre has been created as a nerve centre to bring all of these exciting developments together under one roof, to develop the best ways of helping young people to learn and develop their skills.
This issue delves into the importance of partnerships, highlighting how research and innovation centres (CIRLs) can serve as catalysts for fostering closer ties between educational entities. By sharing resources and promoting professional development, these centres provide a blueprint for creating robust networks that benefit all parties.Download the Journal
Seemingly, Falinge Park School, a comprehensive school in Rochdale, might have little in common with Eton College, a selective public school in Windsor. This project aimed to uncover some of the commonalities between the two schools through discussions of wider social issues.Read the report