This report presents findings and recommendations relating to experiences of students-as-partners (SaP) pedagogy. The research draws on the discipline of Psychology and represents a new approach to the scholarship of teaching and learning regarding partnership with students, through focusing on aspects of learning, feedback, and assessment. In particular, we investigated the impact of teaching and learning methods aimed at fostering partnership in undergraduate students, and estimated how these experiences are perceived by graduates as relating to their current roles. The findings illustrate the value of students-as-partners teaching and learning methods in relation to a range of outcome measures, most notably the development of graduate attributes. We highlight a range of considerations relevant for enabling greater partnership with students; through assessment, dialogue, and experiential learning.