BLOG - My time in Turkana and Nairobi

Alexia di Marco reflects on her time in Turkana and Nairobi while working on the research report, Disadvantaged girls in Kenyan schools  

BLOG - Developing an inclusive approach to education in Rwanda

Principal Adviser, Jacqui Mattingly, reflects on her work in Rwanda  

BLOG - Studies on the right to education for children with disabilities

Principal advisor, Jacqui Mattingly, discusses her time in Rwanda, Madagascar and Comoros  

BLOG - Providing education for displaced children in North-East Nigeria

Chris Joynes, a Senior international advisor for Education Development Trust, visited Nigeria to review UNICEF's work in the North-Eastern states, providing education to children affected by the Boko Haram insurgency.  

BLOG - Why welcoming Syrian children is all in a day’s work at Gladstone Park

Many schools are willing to open their doors to young refugees, but how does this work in practice? One CfBT Schools Trust primary school has found some answers.  

The great outdoors at Boston West

Matt is an award-winning freelance portrait and documentary photographer based in London. In July, he travelled to Lincolnshire to photograph staff and pupils at CfBT Schools Trust school-with-a-difference, Boston West Academy.  

What it is like to carry out research in rural Tanzania

Laela is studying for a PhD, 'Language, literacy and learning to provide an ethnographic perspective on student language practices in two secondary schools in Tanzania', at University College London. In 2014, she was awarded the £2,000 Tim Morris ...