Adam Fletcher, Chris Bonell, Diane Elbourne, Elizabeth Allen, Rosa Legood, Richard Grieve, Meg Wiggins, Deborah Christie, Stephen Scott
The randomised controlled trial involves 40 schools in England. Twenty of the schools will deliver the ‘Learning Together’ intervention and 20 will not. Researchers will follow a cohort of students at these schools for 3 years to examine if students in intervention schools report less bullying and aggression than those in schools not delivering ‘Learning Together’. Potential impacts on other outcomes (e.g. well-being and mental health, substance use and teacher stress and absenteeism) will also be examined.
The study is funded by the National Institute for Health ResearchPublic Health Research programme and the Education Endowment Foundation.
Mrs Anne Mathiot
More information on this project can be found by clicking the following link.