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Research and Practice Event 2019

Research and Practice Event 2019

  • Date05 July 2019

The annual South East Research Network for Schools (SERNS) Research and Practice Meeting will take place at Royal Holloway, University of London on 5th July, 2019.

The South East Research Network for Schools (SERNS) aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to maximise the impact of research on practice within schools and improve outcomes for children and young people.

This year’s event will include a number of talks and workshops from researchers educational and practitioners to discuss key topics such as reading and vocabulary, language disorders, sleep, and mental health. 

The event took place on 5th July 2019, at 9:00 am – 4.30 pm in the Shilling Building, Royal Holloway, University of London.

All conference materials are currently being collated and will be available via the website shortly.

If you were unable to fill out a feedback form on the day and wish to give some feedback please use this link or download this form and send to Natalie Starkey.



Chloe Newbury - Effects of sleep deprivation on learning

Jessie Ricketts - VaRiSS

Saloni Krishnan - Neurological basis of language disorders

Sanne van der Kleij - RAV

Beatrice Hayes - Children on Social Media: Risks, Benefits and Filters

Workshop - Using technology to promote adolescent reading and vocabulary

Workshop - Coping with adolescents: The challenge for schools

Using technology to promote adolescent reading and vocabulary - Video

Coping with adolescence: The challenge for schools - Video

2019 talks - Full video

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