Education Endowment Foundation:Schools confirmed to continue Research Schools Network

Schools confirmed to continue Research Schools Network

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The EEF will continue to fund the Research Schools Network for a further three years. 

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Earlier this year, the EEF announced that it will fund the Research Schools Network (RSN) for a further three years, allowing it to continue its work supporting schools to translate evidence into practice until at least 2026.

Following an application process the schools that will form the Research Schools Network from September 2023 are:

  • Alexandra Park Research School
  • Aspirer Research School
  • Billesley Research School
  • Blackpool Research School
  • Bradford Research School
  • Charles Dickens Research School
  • Cornwall Research School
  • Derby Research School
  • Durrington Research School
  • East London Research School
  • Greenshaw Research School
  • Huntington Research School
  • Kingsbridge Research School
  • KYRA Research School
  • Lancashire Research School
  • Manchester Communication Research School
  • Newcastle Research School at Walkergate
  • North Yorkshire Coast Research School
  • Norwich Research School at Notre Dame High School
  • Oldham Research School
  • Oldham Sixth Form College Research School
  • Shotton Hall Research School
  • St Matthew’s Research School
  • Staffordshire Research School at John Taylor
  • Town End Research School
  • Unity Research School
  • West Somerset Research School

An open application process will also be held for new members of the network, this is expected to run in spring 2023.

For the past six years, Research Schools and Associate Research Schools in the RSN have worked with others in their region, providing evidence-based training and follow-on support with implementing lessons from research into teaching practice. The network has played a significant role in building connections between schools, supporting the use of evidence at scale.

We are extremely grateful to the schools who have been part of the network to date for their hard work and dedication to improving outcomes for all children.