Mark Brenchley works on the Growth in Grammar project, which aims to provide a better understanding of what grammatical development in writing actually looks like.
Anyone interested in the project, and especially anyone who may be interested in participating, is welcome to contact him via email at email@example.com.
Part of Ian Cushing’s role involves working on Englicious, a project designed to support teachers with grammatical knowledge and pedagogical principles for teaching grammar. His doctoral research at Aston University is on the teaching of stylistics and contextualised grammar in secondary schools. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The authors thank Professor Bas Aarts at University College London and Professor Debbie Myhill at the University of Exeter for their helpful comments in writing this article. All views, together with any accompanying errors, remain, of course, the authors’ own.