Research School Programmes.

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Charles Dickens Research School
Charles Dickens Research School works with schools in London and the South East to bring education research to life by joining up theory and practice.
Charles Dickens Research School has a track record of evidence informed practice and of working with schools to use research to secure the best outcomes for children, both academically and through their creative, social and emotional development. We do this through a number of channels, including:

1. Running training programmes based on EEF Guidance Reports and up-do-date evidence
2. Running Explore the Evidence, a free online journal club
3. Disseminating research through our newsletter
4. Publishing the Research into Practice summaries of our own research projects

Visit the main Research School website here, or explore the research-backed programmes below!
Exploring and applying the evidence to support pupils with SEND in mainstream schools.
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Supporting pupils with SEND in Mainstream Schools
Supporting pupils with SEND in Mainstream Schools
Exploring and implementing the evidence to plan professional development.
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Designing Effective Professional Development
Designing Effective Professional Development
Building knowledge and understanding across the Primary/Secondary divide.
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Improving Literacy at KS2 to KS3 Transition
 Improving Literacy at KS2 to KS3 Transition
Exploring how to develop a coherent and diverse curriculum for long-term learning.‍‍
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Evidence-informed Curriculum Development
Evidence-informed Curriculum Development
Helping teachers to support cognitive, social and emotional learning behaviours.
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Learning Behaviours Programme
Learning Behaviours Programme