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‘Learning for All’

BERA is funding six new small grants in 2022/23 under the title “Learning for all”. These grants support projects which examine educational provision in its widest sense that seeks to provide or enhance learning opportunities for all. These include interventions, approaches including pedagogical or curriculum approaches and other alternative provision.

The reports from both the 2020/21 and 2021/22 award can be found on our website.

The projects awarded funding are as follows:

Alice Bradbury, UCL Institute of Education: Food banks in schools: exploring the impact on children’s learning

Anna Lise Gordon, St Mary’s University: Grief Matters – exploring the impact of bereavement and grief on learning for all

Emma Clarke, Bishop Grosseteste University:‘Images from the edge’: Examining girls’ experiences of being at risk of permanent exclusion

Johny Daniel, University of Durham:  Identifying Pupils with Reading Disabilities: A Practitioner Survey

Rebecca Berkley, University of Reading: Musicianship for Teachers: teaching general primary teachers to teach classroom music

Silke Zschomler, U C L Insitute of Education: Developing language learning opportunities for precarious migrant workers at HE institutions – charting possibilities, challenges, and recommendations for policy and practice

Food banks in schools: exploring the impact on children’s learning

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Alice Bradbury, Professor

Associate Professor in the Centre for Sociology of Education and Equity at the UCL Institute of Education at IOE, UCL's Faculty of Education and Society

Alice Bradbury is Associate Professor in the Centre for Sociology of Education and Equity at the UCL Institute of Education, University College London, and Co-Director of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy (0-11 years). Before moving into...

Grief Matters – exploring the impact of bereavement and grief on learning for all

‘Images from the edge’: Examining girls’ experiences of being at risk of permanent exclusion

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Emma Clarke

Senior Lecturer at York St. John University

Dr Emma Clarke teaches on a primary PGCE course, having taught in mainstream primary schools for almost 18 years. Her interests include research methodologies, approaches to managing behaviour, and challenging behaviour in primary schools. Her...

Identifying Pupils with Reading Disabilities: A Practitioner Survey

Johny Daniel, Dr

Assistant Professor at University of Durham

Johny Daniel is an assistant professor at the School of Education at Durham University. Dr. Daniel’s research focuses on developing and testing reading interventions and assessments for pupils, including those with and at-risk of learning...

Musicianship for Teachers: teaching general primary teachers to teach classroom music

Developing language learning opportunities for precarious migrant workers at HE institutions – charting possibilities, challenges, and recommendations for policy and practice

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