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The School of Education offers an education policy book called the Bristol Guide and a paid subscriber resource called the Education Policy and Research Service. The Bristol Guide offers a compact, comprehensive and credible guide to the English education system, outlining professionals’ duties, legal responsibilities and rights. The Education Policy and Research Service is a concise and effective way of keeping up to date with key research, policy, and developments in the fast-changing English

The School of Education offers an education policy book called the Bristol Guide and a paid subscriber resource called the Education Policy and Research Service. The Bristol Guide offers a compact, comprehensive and credible guide to the English education system, outlining professionals’ duties, legal responsibilities and rights. The Education Policy and Research Service is a concise and effective way of keeping up to date with key research, policy, and developments in the fast-changing English
Exploring the Relationship Between Teacher Workload and Target Setting
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Exploring the Relationship Between Teacher Workload and Target Setting

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The Document Summary Service is a subscriber resource from the School of Education at the University of Bristol. It is a selected monthly digest of key research, policy and influential developments in the world of education. It also provides links to further information, toolkits and resources. As a user of TES resources, claim your 10% discount when subscribing by using the promotional code TES10 https://edn.bris.ac.uk/dss/about This report from the DfE presents findings from research on the use and impact of pupil target setting on workload in schools across England.
Bristol Guide - Handbook for Education Professionals (Sample)
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Bristol Guide - Handbook for Education Professionals (Sample)

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The Bristol Guide Handbook for Educational Professionals is a useful and informative guide to the English education system produced at the School of Education, University of Bristol. Updated annually, it provides a succinct and practical overview of duties, legal responsibilities, and rights, including data protection, safeguarding, and equality. This download is the first chapter of the book.
Researchful Practice in Early Years Settings
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Researchful Practice in Early Years Settings

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The newly rebranded Education Policy and Research Service (originally Document Summary Service ) is a subscriber resource from the School of Education at the University of Bristol. It is a concise and effective way of keeping up to date with key research, policy, and developments in the fast-changing English education system. It includes recent research from a wide range of public bodies and education think tanks including the DfE, Ofsted, and Ofqual, summarised into a two-page report. Subscribers also have access to archived reports dating back 10 years. As a user of TES resources, claim your 10% discount when subscribing by using the promotional code TES10 https://edn.bris.ac.uk/eprs/ This article explored the project from Dr Frances Giampapa at the University of Bristol School of Education and Dr Claire Lee from Oxford Brookes University helps early years practitioners to engage with research.
The Relationship Between Taking a Formal Music Qualification and Overall Attainment at Key Stage 4
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The Relationship Between Taking a Formal Music Qualification and Overall Attainment at Key Stage 4

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The Education Policy and Research Service (formerly Document Summary Service) is a subscriber resource from the School of Education at the University of Bristol. It is a selected monthly digest of key research, policy and influential developments in the world of education. It also provides links to further information, toolkits and resources. You can subscribe on our website and claim a 10% discount using TES10. https://edn.bris.ac.uk/eprs/ This report from Cambridge Assessment investigates whether having formal music tuition is associated with better GCSE results.
The Views of Teachers in England on an Action-Oriented Climate Change Curriculum
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The Views of Teachers in England on an Action-Oriented Climate Change Curriculum

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The Education Policy and Research Service (formerly Document Summary Service) is a subscriber resource from the School of Education at the University of Bristol. It is a selected monthly digest of key research, policy and influential developments in the world of education. It also provides links to further information, toolkits and resources. You can subscribe on our website and claim a 10% discount using TES10. https://edn.bris.ac.uk/eprs/ This research by a team from the University of Bristol, the University of Exeter, and Oldfield School in Bath surveyed the views of 626 primary and secondary teachers about their attitudes and beliefs regarding Climate Change Education.