School of Education

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Sharing good practice

The School of Education Inclusion Steering Group meets three times a year. The group is formed of academics, students and education professionals with a view to sharing good practice and new initiatives in relation to a broader conception of inclusive practice, and create a reflective space to engage with new ideas and share research.

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Schools Art Competition

We are delighted to have launched an art competition for our ITE Partnership schools. All art mediums can be used and there will be prizes awarded in four age range categories: 0-5 years 6-11 years 12-16 years 17-19 years Find out more and see how to enter.

A celebratory partnership

Our staff at the School of Education have been working with the Mauritius Institute of Education for over 25 years and the partnership is going from strength to strength.

Graduates offered paid apprenticeships

Graduates are being offered paid apprenticeships to work with people who have special educational needs and disabilities. Downs View SEN Specialist School in Brighton is one of the first in the country to advertise externally for the Post Graduate Teacher Degree apprenticeship posts. The school is offering the four posts in conjunction with the University…

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Win funding for your idea

The Santander University of Brighton Ideas Competition is your chance to make it happen if you have an idea for a new product, service or community project! There are top prizes of £1500, £1000 and £750 available to win. As well as the cash prizes, the three winners will also receive a free package of support…

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Exciting research opportunity!

The University of Brighton is currently offering schools the opportunity to engage in beneficial research. A small-scale study is being conducted by the School of Education to develop understanding of the role of textbooks within mathematics teaching. Through a combination of observation and interviews, this research seeks to explore how teachers make sense of textbook…

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The Really Useful PE Book

Two University of Brighton academics have published their fourth edited book with Routledge. Dr Gary Stidder and Sid Hayes have released The Really Useful Physical Education Book: Learning and Teaching across the 11 – 16 age range with contributions from 16 other University of Brighton PE, dance, sport science and sport coaching staff members. Fully updated…

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Offering trainee placements at school for 2016/17

Partner Schools who wish to offer placements for school-based training can now access electronic versions of our Primary and Secondary brochures.

Celebrating a partnership

Lorraine Harrison, head of the University of Brighton’s School of Education and assistant head,  Mark Price, travelled to Guernsey last week to celebrate the partnership with the States of Guernsey Education Department. As part of the celebrations plaques were unveiled during the trip at the Education Department and the College of Further Education.

Troops to Teachers programme extended

We’re delighted that Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has today announced that the University of Brighton has been chosen to lead the expansion of the Troops to Teachers programme. Read the full story.

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