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Invitation to participate in research survey investigating teacher trust in AI technologies in education:

The survey is part of an international research collaboration, investigating secondary school teachers' trust in Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies in education. This research is carried out in cooperation between universities in Sweden, Israel, USA, UK, Denmark, Spain, Japan and Norway. The UK strand of the project is conducted by Dr Judith Kleine Staarman and Dr Georgina Tarling at the University of Exeter’s School of Education.

Survey Link


Congratulations to our newly accredited schools

Westbrook Primary School (Level 1 accreditation)

Cumran Primary School (Level 2 accreditation)

Knights of Knowledge International School (Level 1 accreditation)

Plunge Kindergarten Pasaka (Level 1 accreditation)

Vilnius Engineering and Technology Lyceum (Level 1 accreditation)

Maidstone Grammar School for Girls (Level 2 re-accreditation)

Trakų Vytauto Didžiojo Gimnazija (Level 1 accreditation) 

Orley Farm School (Level 1 accreditation)

Jawatha Private Schools (Level 1 accreditation)


Read their accreditation report and other accredited schools



Thinking Schools @Exeter

Thinking Schools @Exeter (TS@Exeter) represents the long-standing engagement with research on teaching for thinking and creativity at the School of Education (SoE) at the University of Exeter.  We offer schools in the UK and internationally a route to accreditation through the Exeter Thinking School Award or the Exeter Advanced Thinking School Award. TS@Exeter collaborates with practitioner networks around the world, including networks of teachers and schools. We also work with organisations such as Thinking Matters, who facilitate and manage training for a whole-school approach to develop Thinking Skills. TS@Exeter has a strong record of research in Thinking Skills, Metacognition, Creativity and Dialogue in Education, pioneered by Professor Bob Burden and building on the work of current members of staff at the School of Education.  We are closely affiliated with research centres and networks within the School of Education, in particular the Centre for Research in STEM Education, the THINK Network, and the Creativity and Emergent Educational-Futures Network.

See the work of TS@Exeter to find out more.