Ensuring that Oxford University Press’s educational products and services meet the high quality standards that you expect
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Whenever you see the ‘Oxford Impact Evaluated’ badge, you can be confident that those educational products and services have been rigorously evaluated using the Oxford Impact Framework to meet the high quality standards that you have come to expect from us.
By carefully evaluating the impact of our educational products and services, we are able to provide you with the evidence-based information you need to make the right choice.
You will see us sharing findings from impact studies on our evaluated products and services in the form of key findings, statements and testimonials through a wide range of marketing channels such as our educational products and services website, catalogues and social media.
Read our impact study summary reports
Here are some links to summary reports available for you to download, read at your leisure and share with other colleagues.They include information around how the impact study was undertaken along with the key evaluation findings.
Impact study objective
Link to the summary report
Family and Friends
To gain an in-depth understanding of how teachers feel that Family and Friends contribute to their students’ exam success.
To evaluate to what extent and how has the training on Changing Classrooms to Activity-based Learning Centres at the Foundational Level improved the pedagogical knowledge and skills of teachers.
To gain an in-depth understanding of how teachers feel that Insight encourages their students to think deeply about language and the wider world.
My Learning Train
To understand whether My Learning Train helps pre-primary students to develop skills for practical lessons.
Online Teacher Training
To what extent does Online Teacher Training help teachers improve their pedagogical knowledge and skills so that they can use them effectively in the classroom?
To understand whether Oxford Advantage enables better skill development and helps students to transfer skills and knowledge more effectively across disciplines.
Oxford International Curriculum
The extent to which, and how, the Oxford International Curriculum supports the development of students’ metacognitive skills and self-regulation, helping them to become independent learners.
To evaluate the extent to which the Oxford Star report helps school leaders improve their diagnosis of the learner’s needs.
To gain an in-depth understanding of the extent to which and how using Project helps Primary students develop the core skills needed to successfully transition to secondary school.
Q Skills for Success
To find out if Q: Skills for Success is perceived to improve the metacognitive skills students need for academic study, including core skills, softer skills, and critical thinking skills.
To understand the impact of promoting student wellbeing on student academic and non-academic outcomes.
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Wellbeing impact study
Find out what we discovered in our international evidence analysis study looking at the impact of promoting wellbeing on student academic and non-academic outcomes.