What Works?
  • What is What Works?

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  • Who is What Works for?

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  • Why should I use What Works?

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  • How do I use What Works?

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  • How do I submit an intervention?

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  • Get involved in What Works

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  • Understanding the evidence base

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  • The SEND Code of Practice

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  • Glossary of terms

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  • What Works Training Database

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Get involved in What Works

Practitioners play an essential role in helping to keep What Works a relevant and useful tool. We have received helpful feedback from users which has prompted some important changes to the site, so please do let us know about your experience of using What Works and anything you think we can do to improve it via e-mail at enquiries@thecommunicationtrust.org.uk


Your experiences 

We want to hear from practitioners who have used interventions on What Works. How have they worked in practice? How is your team using What Works to support evidence informed practice locally? Your experience of an intervention can provide useful information for other practitioners and help create a much fuller picture of how things work in practice. If you'd like to share your experience, we would love to hear from you. Click here to find out how.  


Suggesting new interventions

If you have a recommendation for a new intervention for What Works, please email us at enquiries@thecommunicationtrust.org.uk.

 

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Inclusion on What Works does not constitute an endorsement from the Moderating Group or The Communication Trust either for individual interventions or the organisations that produced them.

Please click  here to read a disclaimer from The Communication Trust, which includes some important things to be aware of when using What Works