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The National Strategies 1997–2011: A brief summary of the impact and effectiveness of the National Strategies

Publication date:
Mar 2011


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The National Strategies represent one of the most ambitious change management programmes in education. They leave behind a legacy of high quality training materials, teaching and learning frameworks and well-trained teaching professionals and leaders of learning in schools, settings and more widely in the education sector.

There are a number of related reports listed in the annex that are available for download:

  • Evaluation of the Early Years programme
  • Evaluation of the CLLD programme
  • Evaluation of the Improving Schools programme (ISP)
  • The Impact of Literacy Plus on pupil engagement
  • Evaluation of National Strategies programmes to support schools in the National Challenge
  • Evaluation of the School Improvement Programme
  • Evaluation of Maximising Pupil Progress
  • Impact Evaluation: National Programme for Specialist Leaders in Behaviour and Attendance
  • Impact Evaluation: In-depth reviews for behaviour and attendance
  • Impact evaluation: SEN Progression Materials
  • Evaluation of the National Strategies Gifted and Talented project: final report
  • Evaluation of Support and Resources for Narrowing the Gaps
  • Initial Teacher Training: Leading Partners in Literacy.
  • Evaluation of the National Strategies' Primary Leading Teachers Programme

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