Our partners Research Centre for Children, Schools and Families

We work with a range of partners nationally and internationally.

Barnardos

Children's charity that presented and participated in the launch of the Research centre for Children, Schools and Families (RCCSF), partners on well-being and materialism research in young people in Britain and Spain.

Behaviour and Attendance Partnership, Greenwich Council

Partners on increasing research capabilities of their staff and assisting them in conducting an evaluation survey of their services.

Bromley Children's Project

Children's charity that employed us to conduct an evaluation of their services.

Canterbury Christ Church University

Lead partner on Thanet Interreg Inclusion Project which aimed to help school children studying in Thanet who are at risk of drop-out, exclusion and under-achievement.

Charles de Gaulle University, Lille

French University we worked in partnership with to deliver theThanet Interreg Inclusion Project.

Charlton Athletic Community Trust

British-based charity, partners on the CROIS research project and research into behaviour improvements conducted by Greenwich Psychology students. CACT also participated in the launch of the RCCSF.

Centre for Psychological Research on At Risk Populations

Based at Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, we worked on the BJEP Current Trends Conference on antisocial behaviour in schools. We are now working together to investigate the cross cultural differences in pro and anti-social behaviour in schools.

The Communities Empowerment Network

CEN are a national charity supporting families by providing support and advocacy. The RCCSF worked on a KTP with CEN, providing the knowledge base for researching into exclusion in schools. There are resources available on our website which arose from this research. (link to resources page)

Connexions

Charity, partners in the Thanet Interreg Inclusion Project.

Greenwich Mencap

Greenwich-based charity that we are working with to conduct an evaluation of their Green Lights programme, a uniquely designed programme for families of children with learning disabilities aimed to provide parents with techniques to manage their children's behaviour.

Institute of Psychology - Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing

Partners on the BJEP Current Trends Conference on antisocial behaviour in schools. In 2009, we conducted some research on social identity and social, emotional and behavioural difficulties (SEBDs) in Chinese and British schools which is currently in press. We are now working together to develop some research to investigate the cross cultural differences in pro and anti-social behaviour in schools.

The Isle of Sheppey Academy

Secondary school, partners with us on the CROIS research project.

Kent Children's University

Charity, partners on Thanet Interreg Inclusion Project.

Kent County Council: Educational Psychology Services

Partners on the CROIS research project.

Kent County Council: Kent Safe Schools

A country wide initiative that delivers services both in school and the wider community to ensure the well-being of children and young people, partners on Thanet Interreg Inclusion Project, particularly researching the use of peer mentoring in schools.

Kent Police

We worked together to deliver theThanet Interreg Inclusion Project.

Lewisham Refugee and Migrants Network

Partners on several projects looking to improve inclusivity of vulnerable groups in London and Kent.

Lewisham Services for ASD

As well as developing research links with the centre, Dr Hinchcliffe also presented and participated in the launch of the RCCSF.

Sittingbourne Community College

Secondary school, partners on the CROIS research project.

Swale Borough Council Economic Development and Community Services

Partners on the CROIS research project.

Thanet Community Development Trust

Charity, partners on the Thanet Interreg Inclusion Project.

Thanet Youth Offending Service

Partners on the Thanet Interreg Inclusion Project.

The University of Reading, School of Psychology & Clinical Language Studies

We are partnering in environmental attitude and behaviour intention and staff at Greenwich in sustainability using visualisation techniques to investigate the effect of using visualisation on adolescent pro-environmental behaviour.