Mike Hayler and Jess Moriarty are editors of the newly published book: Self-Narrative and Pedagogy: Stories of experience within teaching and learning.
The wide variety of placement opportunities available is a distinctive feature of the Early Childhood Education and Care BA which allows students to explore potential career paths and build their CVs.
This year, during semester 2, 20 second year students will embark on their placements as part of the module ‘Understanding Young Children and Young Children’s Services’.
Students will attend placement for 160 hours over a five to ten week period and will be based in organisations such as schools, local authorities, charities and community-led organisations in both the UK and overseas. Continue reading
The employability programme is an annual event organised for second year students prior to going on their eight week placement.
The aim of the event is to ensure students are fully prepared for employment and life after graduation, that they have the skills and knowledge to secure a job, and that they are confident and ready for work. Continue reading
One of the key aspects of the Education BA (Hons) is the wide variety of placement opportunities available to help students develop key skills and gain experience in potential career areas.
During their second year, students have the opportunity to go on placement and spend time in organisations such as school settings, child and young person’s services, local authorities, charities and community-led organisations in both the UK and overseas. Continue reading
Now in its sixth year, the Education BA conference is an annual event held for all three years of the degree programme.
The day celebrates students as researchers and provides an opportunity to share the outcomes of student-led enquiry and research that has been conducted over the course of the year. Continue reading