Engaging teachers in research contributes to the quality of teaching and learning outcomes. How can we enable more teachers in the UK to engage in research and enquiry?
This is a case study of Bishop Creighton Academy partnering with Peterborough Cathedral to construct a programme of work which complemented and enhanced the National Curriculum.
This is a case study of West Town Primary School and Peterborough Cathedral piloting a new approach to curriculum development.
This is a case study of how junior school children helped re-brand Railworld in Peterborough
This report is part of a collection of publications on the area-based curriculum and offers an overview of the work.
An analysis of the impact of the Area Based Curriculum project in Peterborough, with questions for those seeking to develop and evaluate their own curricula.
This set of tools comprises Criteria for Projects, a Partnership Agreement and a Scoping Sessions Agenda for use by schools.
This report describes the approach and the process as the RSA worked with five schools in Peterborough to create engaging learning experiences that draw on the locality, as part of a wider programme called Citizen Power.
This report addresses the challenge of teachers not only being asked to design the curriculum, but to collaborate with local stakeholders to do so.
Many students don't realise that mathematics is necessary for success in a range of higher education subjects such as psychology, social sciences and human sciences.