Teaching focus: School Direct Trainee (Fee or salaried route)
RLE focus: Sharing their PhD through an evidence-informed intervention, helping pupils with their understanding of university and high-level academic study
Teaching focus: First year NQT
RLE focus: Increasing pupil impact by conducting an education research project
The way Tom works is powerful. He is changing the culture of his school and working on high tariff projects – literacy, the power of the outdoors and pedagogical innovation.
In the second year of the programme, participants will create and pilot an intervention or improvement project with a group of pupils tailored to the context of your school.
Participants will align their research with departmental and school priorities in one of the following focus areas:
The majority of our participants stay teaching in non-selective state schools after completing the programme, many with leadership roles in their subject department or across the whole school, including leading extra-curricular activities or improvement initiatives. Our alumni network provides them with access to opportunities to continue achieving the RIS aims.
94% of those who complete the programme remain in teaching
45% of RIS alumni have a leadership role in their school
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