Education Endowment Foundation
An independent charity, their aim is increase the educational achievement of disadvantaged children ensuring the all pupils can fulfil their potential. The website contains evaluations of innovative projects which aim to raise pupils’ attainment. Information is given about their effectiveness and cost-effectiveness in order for schools to use information to make informed decisions about school improvements.
The Education Endowment Foundation partnered with Suffolk County Council to provide £600,000 for the ‘Raising the Bar’ Programme. This encouraged local schools to increase evidence-based practice through participation in projects such as ‘Saphere: Philosophy for Children’ and ‘Talking, Doing, Talking Science’.
The National Education Trust was created in 2006 as an independent charitable foundation which aims to bring about improvements for learners, from early years to university entrance by assisting education leaders and practitioners in sustaining success and tackling underperformance.
An on-going priority for the Trust is addressing the needs of vulnerable learners, including challenging ‘the achievement gap’, a stubborn feature of our education system.
Recently we have had the pleasure of working with Marc Rowland around pupil premium reviews in Suffolk schools. Find school improvement resources from Marc and his NET colleagues through the link below: