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- 16th Jun 2022
Common ground: helping tutors and pupils find similarities boosts session attendance
Tutoring is one of the most effective ways to accelerate pupil progress. Indeed, its potential galvanised the creation of the National Tutoring Programme (NTP) - the UK Government’s flagship response to learning loss caused by school closures during the pandemic. However, pupils are only able to benefit from tutoring if…
- 30th Sep 2021
Improving people’s risk perception of coronavirus
What factors affect how people perceive risk? And can we design interventions that help to make risk perception more accurate?
- 29th Sep 2021
The public has a good understanding of coronavirus risk, but there are still big misconceptions
On ‘Freedom Day’ (July 19th 2021) England entered a new phase in its approach to managing coronavirus. Instead of legislation mandating behaviours, guidance will help people use their own judgement to make risk-based decisions. This change means it is especially important for policymakers to understand how people think about coronavirus risk.…
- 12th Jan 2021
Supporting students through the pandemic
What can schools and colleges actually do to support student wellbeing? Over the past six months, we’ve teamed up with the Sixth Form Colleges Association to answer this question. Our new guide for mental wellbeing in sixth form colleges suggests 12 strategies that colleges could try.
- 12th Jan 2021
What schools and colleges can do for their students’ mental wellbeing during the pandemic
With time and resources stretched, and a new lockdown moving us back to remote learning, what can schools and colleges actually do to support student wellbeing? Over the past six months, we’ve teamed up with the Sixth Form Colleges Association to answer this question. Our new guide for mental wellbeing in…