School of Education

New publication from School of Education staff

Mike Hayler and Jess Moriarty are editors of the newly published book: Self-Narrative and Pedagogy: Stories of experience within teaching and learning.

The science behind sport

Tim Holtam, School of Education graduate, founder of Brighton Table Tennis Club and former Coach of the Year is featured in a Latest TV news item on the science behind sport. Watch it here.

Family Fun Day

A hugely successful Family Fun Day took place at the university’s Falmer campus on Saturday 11th March. Over 170 adults and children enjoyed this year’s Family Fun Day which took place in the Checkland building. It was open to students and staff who study or work on the Falmer campus and who have young children….

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The Assignment Support Team

The School of Education prides itself on the level of support that it offers students to help them achieve the best possible grades. First introduced in 2015, The Assignment Support Team (AST) was initially a pilot scheme set up by student support and guidance tutor, Melanie Gill to support students in advance of the cuts…

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Supporting our trainee teachers

Throughout the three years of their teacher training programme at the University of Brighton all students are tracked both academically and professionally. The final year of the course is an important one, so before teacher trainees embark on their final phase of school-based training, interventions are put in place for any students going into a…

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Education student inspires the SU Winter appeal

Education MA student Nadia Pashkevich received a donation plea from Samara’s Aid Appeal and felt compelled to get the University of Brighton Students’ Union (SU) on board. Samara’s Aid Appeal is a Brighton-based organisation that sends humanitarian and medical aid to Syria, Iraq and the Middle East. Nadia received an email from them saying they…

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Education BA Employability Programme

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…

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Education BA Placement Opportunities

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…

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On a winning run

A School of Education teaching student produced her personal best to help Great Britain to success in an international meet. Elise Lovell, a Hastings Athletic Club heptathlete, recorded PBs in four events to help GB’s senior women finish runners-up in the Combined Events International Indoor Match against the Czech Republic, France, Poland and Spain in Prague….

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The Routledge International Handbook on Narrative and Life History

Written by leading international scholars from the main contributing perspectives and disciplines, and edited by School of Education academic Ivor Goodson, The Routledge International Handbook on Narrative and Life History seeks to capture the range and scope as well as the considerable complexity of the field of narrative study and life history work by situating…

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