The Centre for Research & Innovation in Childhood, Education and Society is an inclusive and expanding hub which supports all collaborative ventures leading to the creation, interpretation and dissemination of new knowledge and the sharing of expertise in related areas across the University and the wider communities it serves. We also operate the Carnegie Research Pathway for Teachers that aims to develop practitioners who can research and evaluate practice within educational settings to find out what really works for students and help to improve teaching standards in their school.
30:30 Wristband ChallengeThe 30:30 Wristband Challenge in partnership with Leeds Beckett University and Leeds Active Schools is set to help schools and pupils boost their activity levels and change their habits towards exercise.
The Carnegie Education Evaluation UnitAs one of the leading providers of teacher education, school improvement and evidence-informed practice is central to our mission and our dedicated Education Evaluation Unit has been created to support schools, colleges and other organisations.
Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools
The Carnegie Centre of Excellence for Mental Health in Schools exists to strengthen the mental health of the next generation by supporting schools to make a positive change at all levels of the UK's education system, thereby improving outcomes and life chances.
Carnegie Great Outdoors is a leading provider of outdoor education, adventure activities and leadership development.
CPD: Carnegie Leaders in Learning
Carnegie Leaders in Learning has a strong track record of delivering professional development to schools across the Yorkshire and Humber region and beyond. We have worked with schools for more than 14 years and core to our approach is a commitment to delivering a service that is personalised, flexible and reliable.