A research project funded by the Education Endowment Foundation is looking for 50 schools

The Success for All Foundation in partnership with the Institute for Effective Education at the University of York is currently recruiting 50 primary schools to take part in a National Research Project funded by the Education Endowment Foundation.

All the schools will have results in English and Maths which are below 70% for Level 4 and be experiencing challenging circumstances.

If selected, Success for All will work with your school to implement the SFA programme over a two year period. All training and resources will be provided free of charge.

Using a pedagogy based on co-operative learning, Success for All has been particularly effective in schools serving large proportions of disadvantaged children or where there is underachievement.

The programme places the development and implementation of high quality teaching, learning and support at the heart of what it does, embedding literacy across the curriculum with reading as the cornerstone. This research will provide valuable information to educators and policy makers about effective teaching and learning practices in England.

There is more information on this exciting project at: www.successforall.org.uk/researchprojects.shtml

If you would like to apply or have any questions please email your name, school and contact number to