We are very excited that Ryedale School has been selected to be a part of The RISE Project.
The RISE Project – Research-leads Improving Students’ Education – looks to train a research-lead to help schools better access, interpret and use research evidence to help teachers improve teaching and learning and school leadership teams to base their decisions on good evidence. The RISE project involves schools from around the country, from Cirencester, in Gloucestershire, to Darlington, in County Durham. To find out more, take a look at the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) website.
The RISE project is funded by the EEF, and each school has a research-lead who undertakes training at Huntington School, in York, with the support of Durham University, with the renowned Professor Rob Coe and Stuart Kime. The aim of the project is to bring schools together to share the best evidence about what works.
Alex Quigley, RISE Project Leader