Hillary Place Papers is the outward facing journal of the School of Education, University of Leeds, through which we communicate and share our research activities and our unique identity as a School of Education to the wider educational community.
The Journal will serve as an internal mechanism to facilitate collaborative working, provide opportunities for joint writing and grow an inclusive and dynamic research environment.
The journal is published annually and provides a forum for the publication of original articles, reporting and reviewing scholarly research and professional developments in work associated with the School of Education staff and students, its partners in schools, collaborators, and our wider research community.
It also serves as an external link to former students and colleagues world wide. It is a vehicle for shared writing with colleagues that will develop and expand our research culture and promote the co-production of knowledge within and without our research community.