Lincolnshire Learning Lab

Bringing Research Into the Classroom

Lincolnshire Learning Lab is a group set up to help improve the learning of all children and the working environments for teachers within Lincolnshire. The purpose is to bring academic rigour and evidence-based research into the classroom by engaging the three key stakeholders – teachers, academics, and anyone involved or interested in the education system, such as parents and educational consultants.

The Lincolnshire Learning Lab is so called to enable research to be carried out in schools in a rigorous and innovative manner ensuring that time is spent productively on research that will benefit all staff, children, and families, while offering teachers the opportunity to work with academics to ensure that research is effective for all. The group was established by the School of Education at the University of Lincoln in February 2021 and will remain the founders and leads of the Lincolnshire Learning Lab. 

The research group is keen to work and involve anyone interested in carrying out research in their schools or education settings. If you are a teacher from a primary, secondary, specialist provision, or alternative education, or an academic or professional involved in the education system, then please do get in touch.

The first Lincolnshire Learning Lab event, which will bring together educational professionals from across the county to discuss research, consultancy, and exciting collaborative opportunities, will take place on Friday 19 November, from 3pm to 5pm. You can register here.

United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

Research at the University of Lincoln is supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, which are an urgent call for action to tackle some of the world's most pressing problems, now and into the future.

Good Health and Well-Being Quality Education Reduced Inequalities