As part of their first year of studies, students on the Early Childhood Education and Care BA (hons) take part in an observational study visit during the second semester.
Students will spend around 12 hours, spread over a minimum of three visits in an early years setting. During the visit they will observe children’s physical, social and emotional development as well as explore how settings work with parents and carers. Continue reading
Now in its fifth year, the School of Education will host its Employability day on 13 February 2018.
The annual event, usually held for students in their second year studying Education BA(Hons), has also this year been opened to students in their final year of the Early Childhood Education and Care BA(Hons) course. Continue reading
Join us on Wednesday 28 February 2018 for the Falmer Campus Masters Open Evening.
This is a great opportunity to find out more about our postgraduate routes in education studies and teacher training, talk to staff and current students, and take a look around the campus.
For full details and to book your place go to the University of Brighton website.
The Education Research Centre and School of Education present:
‘The Datafication of Primary and Early Years Education’
With Dr Alice Bradbury and Dr Guy Roberts-Holmes, Senior Lecturers, UCL Institute of Education
Thursday 8 February 2018, 4-5:30pm,
Asa Briggs, Checkland Building, Falmer
For full details and to register please click here
Second year students studying the Education BA (Hons) are set to embark on their eight-week placements this February.
Placement learning is a key aspect of the course and students have two separate opportunities to deepen their understanding in different educational settings. The course prides itself on the freedom it offers and students are encouraged to pursue their own pathway in an area they are most passionate about. Continue reading
The School of Education NQT conference will take place on Monday 19 February 2018 from 1pm – 6pm at the university’s Falmer campus.
Second year Primary Education BA(Hons) with QTS students recently completed their poster presentations as part of the Enhancing Learning and Teaching in Mathematics module.
The module supports students to develop a deep understanding of children’s learning of calculation and practical approaches to teaching. They include analysis of subject knowledge, justification of their choice of mathematical resources and a reasoning task related to the chosen strategy.
The posters are the final assessment of the students’ learning about how to teach mental and written calculation strategies in the primary setting before they embark on their second phase of school-based training with one of our partnership schools.
Find out more about our initial teaching education courses on the University of Brighton website.
We will be hosting two open evenings for our part-time work based education degrees on the following dates:
- Saturday 3 February 2018, 2pm–5pm
- Wednesday 21 March 2018, 5.30pm–7.30pm
These events are a great opportunity for non-qualified teaching staff to find out about our flexible undergraduate education degrees, ideal for studying alongside work commitments.
Find out more and book your place here.
Come and visit us this winter…
It might be cold outside but don’t let that stop you visiting us this winter!
If you’re considering starting an undergraduate course here in 2018, why not sign up to one of our campus tours taking place during December and January and find out more about what it’s like study at Brighton?
The tours will give you the chance to explore the campus where your course of interest is based, view our facilities and talk to our staff and students.
Falmer campus tours will take place on the following dates:
6 December 2017
13 December 2017
17 January 2018
Find out more and book onto a tour here
A brand new society has recently been set up by a group of second year students on the Education BA(hons) course to offer a place to share thoughts, ideas and for students to get to know each other across all courses.
Kallan Thomas, society president said “we wanted to find a way of being able to connect with other cohorts from all undergraduate and postgraduate routes within the School of Education and thought a society would be a great way of building a community.
The society is open to everyone, where you will be able to meet with new people who share a common interest in Education. We are organising social events, movie nights, interesting talks by influential speakers in the Education field and much more”.
The Education Society recently hosted their first event, which was a bowling tournament and the turn out was great!
If you are interested in becoming a member, head over to the Brighton Student Union
You can also follow the society via their Facebook group