Externally funded research projects

These research projects are currently funded and underway at the Graduate School of Education. We currently have £990,931 of externally funded research in progress.

You can also see a list of research projects where funding has ceased.

Awarded To

Project Title


Dr Alison Black, Dr Alexey Bessudnov, Professor Brahm Norwich DfE-Inclusion & the academisation of English secondary schools: trends in the placement of pupils with significant SEN & those permanently excluded Economic and Social Research Council
Dr Rob Freathy
Dr Jonathan Doney (University of Exeter); Dr Mark Freeman (University College London)
Exe Libris update 2015-16 History of Education Society
Dr Rob Freathy English Religious Education: A story of indoctrination, Instrumentalization and Ideology British Academy
Professor Karen Mattick ePIFFany@Exeter South West Academic Health Science Network (SWAHSN) / Pfizer Ltd
Dr Rob Freathy Identifying Principles and Big Ideas for Religious Education St Luke's College Foundation
Professor Debra Myhill, Ruth Flanagan, Dr Susan Jones, Dr Ruth Newman, Annabel Watson Choice and Control in Writing Education Endowment Fellowship
Dr Karen Walshe Bridging the Gaps: negotiating differing constructions of religion in RE in initial teacher education St Luke's College Foundation
Professor Brahm Norwich An innovative classroom reading intervention for Year 2 and 3 pupils who are struggling to learn to read: evaluating the Integrated Group Reading (IGR) programme Nuffield Foundation
Professor Debra Myhill, Dr Susan Jones Innovation Schools Youth Sport Trust
Professor Debra Myhill, Dr Anthony Wilson
ARVON Foundation (lead), The Open University
Teachers as Writers Arts Council England
Philip Durrant, Professor Debra Myhill Growth in Grammar: A multi-dimensional analysis of student writing between 5 and 16 Economic and Social Research Council
Dr Kerry Chappell, Dr Michael Addo
Siobhan Davies Dance (Lead Partner)
Next Choreography Paul Hamlyn Foundation
Professor Brahm Norwich
Professor T Ford (lead), University of Exeter Medical School
The effectiveness and cost effectiveness of the Incredible Years Teacher Classroom Management programme in primary school children: a cluster randomised controlled trial, with parallel economic and process evaluations. National Institute for Health Research