At the University of Brighton, we offer a range of mentoring opportunities to help you get the most out of your time with us. Our mentoring programmes pair you with a professional mentor and provide an opportunity to boost your confidence and gain extra employability skills. Read More
Early Childhood Practice BA(Hons) alumni Tina Lambert had plenty to celebrate at this year’s summer graduation ceremony.
During her final year, Tina was invited to a prestigious launch on outdoor learning alongside some early childhood ‘greats’ and also contributed a student paper to TACTYC based on her final research. Read More
A School of Education online peer-to-peer mentoring project has reached the end of a successful pilot.
The project was set up for students studying on our part-time work-based learning courses to support them through their first year of study. Students in the final year of the same programmes volunteered to provide support using their own knowledge and experience of the course, and being a student at Brighton. They were supported by the school’s Student Support and Guidance Tutors (SSGTs). Read More
A whistleblower who exposed Britain’s worst child sex scandal has called for more education and training to spot early signs of abuse during a student lecture.
Youth worker Jayne Senior who revealed how 1,400 children had been abused in Rotherham said: “We must all work together to ensure nothing like this ever happens again. We need more education and training…to look for the signs.”
Everyone in schools, she said, should receive more training “from teachers to dinner ladies”. Read More
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.