Seminar: Developing and Evaluating Early Years Interventions
03 April 2017
Do you have experience of designing, delivering, or evaluating interventions to improve childrens' learning in early years education? Has your intervention had some promising results but you need funding to develop it further?
The Nuffield Foundation and the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) are holding a seminar to discuss opportunities for funding the development and evaluation of interventions to improve the learning of children in early years education. The seminar will bring together people who have designed and delivered interventions and those with experience of evaluating them.
- Date and time: Friday 19 May 2017 between 11am and 1pm, followed by a networking lunch.
- Venue: Nuffield Foundation, 28 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3JS
The seminar will feature presentations from people with experience of developing and evaluating successful interventions, including:
- Professors Maggie Snowling and Charles Hulme, University of Oxford
- Professor Jane Hurry, Institute of Education, University College London
- Professor Kathy Sylva, University of Oxford
What we are looking for
We are looking to fund the development and early evaluation of interventions that currently have a limited evidence base so that they can be trialled on a larger scale by the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and potentially rolled out more widely.
The seminar will provide an opportunity to discuss the types of interventions that might be eligible, to find out how to apply for funding, and to facilitate partnerships between delivery designers/developers and evaluators.
To express your interest in attending this event, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org