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Research and Practice Event 2021

Research and Practice Event 2021

  • Date09 July 2021

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 event aims to bring together researchers and practitioners to promote dialogue so that we can work together to improve outcomes for children and young people.



Ricketts - Vocabulary and reading in adolescence

Krishnan - How do enjoyment and curiosity influence learning?

Hayes - Children’s use of social networking sites: Impacts upon mental health and wellbeing

Crowley - How testing can benefit past and future learning

Pile - School based interventions for depression

March - The importance of adolescent sleep

McCormick - Early listening and reading skills

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