• Your school identifies a challenge
    • Your school identifies a challenge
    • EdYou design a bespoke project to meet that challenge
    • We undertake the work, deliver and disseminate the report
    • Outcomes focus on practical recommendations and interventions specific to your school’s circumstances
    • Projects can be run with a group / family of schools
    Bespoke Action Research
  • Your school identifies a challenge
    • Your school identifies a challenge
    • EdYou trains and supports designated staff members to carry out bespoke research to meet the challenge
    • Outcomes include a report with practical recommendations and interventions specific to your school’s circumstances
    • Staff members involved are trained to carry out research in your school to address other challenges – a sustainable model
    Research Support
  • Research Support
    • EdYou evaluate the efficacy of an existing intervention, helping to assess value for money and to justify further expenditure
    • Focus on practical recommendations to improve efficacy
    • Evaluations include attainment, but also social and whole-student criteria
    Project Evaluation
EdYou understand that large, national research projects, such as those run by the Educational Endowment Foundation, must be complemented by small scale studies where local context is at the heart of each project.
The result was a bespoke report which gave us a fascinating insight into the issues that act as a barrier to some boys achieving their full potential at our academy. This report has effectively set the agenda for how we will tackle this issue.
Andrew Milford, Assistant Principal, Sarum Academy

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Make research work for your school and address local challenges

 

The DfE state that “Academic research is likely to be relatively robust, but cannot take into account the particular contexts of particular schools.  Schools’ own evidence is likely to be less robust, but much more context-sensitive and familiar to them.  The implication is that both forms of evidence are necessary, but schools may need, and should seek out, support in making appropriate use of both” (DfE: July 2103)

  • EdYou will ensure that schools’ own evidence is no less rigourous, but is embedded in the local contexts and challenges of each school we work with.

 

Find out how, here: What we offer