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The impact of promoting student wellbeing on student academic and non-academic outcomes: An analysis of the evidence

Read about our impact study undertaken to better understand any potential links between wellbeing and academic attainment as well as other educational outcomes.

In recent years, policymakers and practitioners have increasingly focused their attention on the importance of student wellbeing. We undertook an impact study to better understand any potential links between wellbeing and academic attainment as well as other educational outcomes. The impact study was conducted by Dr. Ariel Lindorff, Departmental Lecturer in Research Methods, Department of Education, University of Oxford.

Read about the key findings from the research here.

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