Impact in Practice: Lessons from schools in supporting pupil learning and wellbeing
Impact in Practice is a research series sharing real-time data on pupil learning and wellbeing in England, providing practical insights on how schools can make a difference.

Download the first report in our series here.

Download a recording of our launch webinar here.

This series will publish reports in each term of the 21/22 academic year, sharing data on the real-time experience of pupils in England, and how school leaders might best support them.

The core of this data will be gathered via our Learning and Wellbeing Diagnostic, which was deployed in our Lockdown Lessons research and has been updated for the new academic year.

Autumn 2021's report focuses on how disadvantage interacts with pupil learning and wellbeing, with future reports exploring the relative impact of literacy and staff wellbeing.



ImpactEd helps schools and education organisations to evaluate the impact of their support for pupils and understand where they can make the biggest difference.

If you would like to:

1. Use the learning and wellbeing diagnostic with your pupils

2. Find out how we can support you to evaluate your impact

3. Be part of our next Impact in Practice publication

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Further details on our Impact in Practice series

You can also access a mobile-friendly version of the report.

Finally, we have committed to sharing insights from ImpactEd's research with the sector on an ongoing basis. If you are from an education organisation interested in working with us to assess your impact, or a potential research partner looking to use our wider dataset, please contact us at
hello@impacted.org.uk.