The educational potential of the Harmony Project

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Kemp, N., Pagden, A. and J. Marshall. 2019. The educational potential of the Harmony Project. Canterbury Christ Church University.
AuthorsKemp, N., Pagden, A. and J. Marshall.
TypeResearch report
Abstract

This research, funded by Canterbury Christ Church
University, involved semi-structured interviews with
senior leaders from ten schools in England who are
engaging with principles of Harmony. Interviews
were conducted between May and July 2019 by
research intern Julie Marshall and the project was
led by Nicola Kemp and Alan Pagden. The aim was
to explore the educational potential of the Harmony
approach in different school contexts.

Year2019
PublisherCanterbury Christ Church University
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