The Centre for Curriculum, Pedagogy and Policy is a leading research centre studying the overlapping themes of curriculum and pedagogy, and the development and enactment of education policy.

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Improving the educational experiences of all young people is crucial to addressing a range of societal challenges e.g. reducing social inequalities, improving well-being of young people, enhancing career opportunities. Our research informs the development and enactment of curriculum, pedagogy and policy that improves educational experiences for all. Research within the Centre explores the development and enactment of educational policy, the relationship between policy, research and practice, and the evidence-informed design and evaluation of learning and teaching, with a particular focus on science and mathematics education.

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The Director of the Centre for Curriculum, Pedagogy and Policy is Professor Michalis Kontopodis.

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The Collective for Curriculum, Pedagogy and Policy Research invites you to learn about our current research activities and future plans....

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The European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (ERME) Topic Thematic Working Group 02 ‘Arithmetic and Number Systems’ is pleased...

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The next ICY-CCPP Reading Group meeting will be discussing the work by Roger Slee, who has recently been appointed Diamond Jubilee...

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In this webinar, Dr. Hannah Nash (School of Psychology) will present the preliminary findings from the UKRI-funded ICKLE project, which...

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Dr Matt Homer and Dr Rachel Mathieson have worked with external partners to produce a range of briefings and videos...

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Dear colleagues, As we are approaching the summer break, and given that this has been a particularly challenging year for...

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The 9th Topic Conference of the European Society for Research in Mathematics Education (ERME) will be hosted by the Centre...

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Dr Rachel Mathieson, Dr Judith Hanks and Professor Chris Forde have co-authored the latest blog post entitled ‘What difference a...

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