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ASPE Presenting at the European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) conference, Glasgow

ASPE Executive Member Funding is funded to attend and present at the European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) conference, Glasgow. As an organisation, ASPE is very active in supporting all kinds of research related to enhancing primary education. This… Continue reading ASPE Presenting at the European Early Childhood Education Research Association (EECERA) conference, Glasgow

Children’s Agency and the Curriculum Conference

To what extent can young children express their own views and make independent choices in their education? This event was held virtually on Friday 18th June 2021. It was attended by over 200 delegates both from the UK and from… Continue reading Children’s Agency and the Curriculum Conference

ASPE: A research conference for London schools

The Dialogical Teaching research project involved six teachers from five schools in Lewisham and Southwark working together on a school-based enquiry project about dialogic teaching. The project was a joint project between London South Teaching School Alliance (LSTSA) and Rathfern… Continue reading ASPE: A research conference for London schools

ASPE Funding: to attend BELMAS conference

Malini Mistry (University of Bedfordshire) One of the many facets of the Association of the Study of Primary Education (ASPE) is that it recognises and encourages professional development for all those who work in primary education. In that respect, my… Continue reading ASPE Funding: to attend BELMAS conference

Humanities in Primary Schools in the UK

The humanities in primary schools in the UK -where now and where next? A report for the Association for the Study of Primary Education This one day seminar was held on 13th November 2017 in the beautiful surroundings of Lady Margaret… Continue reading Humanities in Primary Schools in the UK

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Our previous ASPE bulletins, are available to access for all. Short, accessible articles promoting close-to-practice research written by practitioners who care about primary education.

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