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One sixth form has hired a researcher in residence to help teachers and support staff undertake projects

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Teachers at one sixth-form college are carrying out so much research work that it has appointed a researcher in residence to support them.

Dr Sue Sing began her work at Christ the King Sixth Form College, which has three campuses in south-east London, last month. “For me, the appeal is to work directly with staff in a school-based context,” she says. “The opportunity to do that research with teachers is completely different. That’s really exciting – the scene is shifting about who can do research and what research is.”

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