Our main research themes are childhood, cultural and creative learning, school leadership and improvement, religions and education research, life sciences education, special needs education and disability research and international development and education.
CES prides itself on being a hub of cross-disciplinary research and teaching, forming a central pillar in the University's ongoing commitment to interdisciplinary, being a coordinating hub of educational research, events and teaching that brings together staff and students from all four faculities of the University.
We are ranked 3rd in the UK by intensity-weighted GPA, in the Research Excellence Framework (2014). 76% of research was rated as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’.
- Academic Mobilities and Immobilities Network
- Ten leading schools: the spiritual influence of Christian-ethos secondary education
- Promoting Mathematical Resilience
- Cultural implications of, and responsible research and innovation in the field of synthetic biology (via Warwick Intergrative Synthetic Biology Centre)
- The Role of Religion in Families during times of Austerity
- Technologies for Learning Network
Francis, Leslie J., Ziebertz, Hans-Georg, Robbins, Mandy and Reindl, Marian. (2015) Mystical experience and psychopathology : a study among secular, Christian, and Muslim youth in Germany.
Jackson, Robert, 1945-. (2015) The politicisation and securitisation of Religious Education? A rejoinder. British Journal of Educational Studies, 63 (3).