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  • Maths’ first lady inspires at the University of Reading

    27 November 2014 | England

    Maths figurehead Professor Dame Celia Hoyles entertained a full lecture theatre on Tuesday 11 November at the CfBT-sponsored public lecture at the University of Reading.

  • How educational blogs can improve pupils’ writing


    CfBT’s Sarah Horrocks talks educational blogs at the Institute of Education on 28 November.

  • Research partner wanted

    19 November 2014 | United Kingdom

    CfBT Education Trust and the British Council wish to partner with a research organisation or a university department interested in the development of English medium-instruction (EMI) in non-anglophone contexts.


  • Action research at St Mark's Academy 2014

    12 November 2014 | England

    The fourth edition of action research at St Mark's Church of England Academy, this research report represents a significant contributor to the academy's improvement journey.

  • The quantitative impact of armed conflict on education

    04 November 2014 | Asia, Democratic Republic of Congo, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sub-Saharan Africa

    Commissioned by PEIC, this research sheds fresh light on the numbers of children affected by conflict and estimates the impact of conflict and insecurity on education in terms of direct and indirect costs.

  • Inspiring teachers: perspectives and practices

    06 September 2014 | England

    This study investigates the notion of 'inspiring' teaching. Conducted in partnership with researchers from the University of Oxford and the University of Worcester it studies the practice of teachers in CfBT's own school...

Case studies

  • Working with UNICEF in Somalia

    CfBT has worked with UNICEF to deliver the Integrated Capacity Development for Somali Education Administrations Programme. Students, teachers and parents share how the programme has changed their lives.

  • Boston West Academy

    Boston West Academy is a primary school that is embracing its new status as part of a multi-academy trust and has been quick to adopt the trust's underlying principles of autonomy and collaboration.

  • Education reform in Libya

    CfBT has worked with the Ministry of Education in Libya as well as the Teacher Development Centre (TDC) to achieve better education outcomes through efficient and effective use of the teaching workforce.