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Volume 14


Title Author Pages
Editorial: Becoming ‘real utopian’ teachers in a ‘post-pandemic’ world: lessons from our Cambridge PGCE trainees Haira Gandolfi ooo
A study of Year 6 pupil perspectives on home learning following the COVID-19 lockdowns Hannah Lyden 001-026
Rule Britannia?: An insight into pupils’ perspectives on the fundamental British values Catrin Osborne 027-054
Dandelion Children: Year 6 pupils’ perspectives of the impact of transferring schools on learning Bryony Parkinson 055-082
“Inclusion of all to the detriment of some?”: a study of Year 5/6 pupils’ perspectives on the inclusive classroom Jenny Kennedy 083-104
Singing in School: A Study of Year 4 Pupils’ Perspectives on Singing for Pleasure and Learning Henrietta Lucy Shaw 105-132
Seeing the kaleidoscope: Investigating whether Year 12 understandings of Christianity’s internal diversity can be enhanced through an ethnographic approach Zoë Grainger 133-160

A critical investigation, using approaches drawn from action research, into how Year 9 students' learning about unseen poetry can be developed through a focus on accent and dialect in writing
Emily Jade Thomas 161-192
Art-based games: An action resvolume14/193-220jonesm/index.htmlearch study exploring Year 10 students’ perspectives on short ‘warm up’ interventions and their potential effects on the classroom learning environment
Megan Jones 193-220
A critical analysis of the impact of implementing feminist teaching pedagogies on Y10 girls’ attitudes towards mathematics Rachel Burns 221-248
“I have no clue how to pronounce that”: The impact of introducing a systematic phonics teaching initiative on Year 8 Italian students’ reading aloud skills and attitudes Hannah Crossman 249-280
“How do my feelings affect my learning?” – A study into Year 4 pupils’ views on the relationship between their emotions and their academic success Grace Hinton 281-304