February 6th, 2014

Digital communication can help maintain access to justice in a time of austerity

Websites, telephones, video communication and other means of digital communication can, if properly used, assist in maintaining access to justice in a time of austerity, according to new research funded by the Foundation.  

February 5th

IFS Green Budget - still not halfway on planned spending cuts

Policy on business rates, pensions taxation and childcare needs clearer sense of direction

The IFS Green Budget, funded by the Nuffield Foundation and produced in collaboration with Oxford Economics, is published today.

February 4th

Democracy in Britain: Essays in honour of James Conford

The Institute for Public Policy Research (IPPR), with support from the Nuffield Foundation, has published a collection of essays in honour of James Cornford. Together, they set out a democratic reform agenda for Britain in the 21st century. 

January 30th

Richest have seen biggest cash income squeeze but poorest have faced higher inflation

New modelling on household income undertaken by the IFS as part of its Green Budget shows that: 

January 28th

Counting them in: quantitative social science and the links between secondary and higher education

Counting them in: quantitative social science and the links between secondary and higher education

Monday 17 March 2014 at the Royal Society, London
(10.30 – 16.00)

January 24th

Effects of co-operative learning and embedded multimedia on mathematics learning in Key Stage 2

An evaluation of PowerTeaching Maths, a technology-enhanced teaching approach in primary schools in which pupils in Years 4 and 5 work in small groups to help each other learn has found that the approach had no effect on attainment.

January 21st

An Equal Start? Book launch on 19 February 2014

Findings from an international comparison of the provision of early education and care will be presented at the launch of a new book at the LSE on Wednesday 19 February.

January 20th

Nuffield Foundation calls for Ofqual to reconsider proposal to remove the assessment of practical work from science A levels

The Nuffield Foundation has called for Ofqual to reconsider its proposal to remove the assessment of practical work from the final grade awarded in physics, chemistry and biology A levels.

We believe that hands-on practical work is an integral part of school science which enhances the learning of scientific knowledge. The technical and investigative aspects of scientific inquiry complement students’ theoretical understanding, enabling them to make links between what they observe and scientific ideas.

January 3rd

Dr Colette Bowe and Baroness Onora O’Neill awarded New Year's Honours

Nuffield Foundation Trustee Dr Colette Bowe and former Chair Baroness Onora O’Neill have been awarded New Year's Honours.

December 19th, 2013

Christmas and New Year opening hours

The Nuffield Foundation will be closed from Monday 23 December until Thursday 2 January 2014.