Education studies and teaching news at Brighton

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Decolonising the Curriculum Issue 3

A new issue of Decolonising the Curriculum, teaching and learning about race equality, is out now. Content is written by University of Brighton staff, students and alumni. Features in the July issue include: Black Lives Matter in Education, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning The ‘N’ Word: Are Trainee Teachers prepared to teach about race and inequality?…

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Join us for our online open days

Q+A sessions, virtual talks and tours, we’ve got it all covered as we move online for our summer Open Days! Taking place between 7-9 July, get to know us from wherever you happen to be – find out what the University of Brighton has to offer. Find out more and book your place on the…

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Placement opportunities for education students

The wide variety of placement opportunities available is a distinctive feature of our Early Childhood Education and Care BA which allows students to explore potential career paths and build their CVs. Kyira Liston, who has just completed her second year, tells us about her recent experience on a children’s hospital ward.

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Join our education and teaching online Q&A event: Wednesday 3 June, 1-3pm

Got any questions about studying education and teaching at Brighton? If you’re an applicant or thinking of applying to study a degree in education or teaching at the university of Brighton, our online Q&A is the perfect opportunity to chat with friendly staff and students who can answer any questions. Find out about things such…

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Trainees embark on exciting Glyndebourne opportunity

Two of our (Secondary) Art and Design PGCE trainees have been selected by world-leading opera house Glyndebourne to take part in the 2019 Visual Artist teacher residency this summer.

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Mental wellbeing – how can the university help?

As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2019, Kimberley Georgiou, Wellbeing Coordinator in Operations and Support explains what the University of Brighton does to boost student wellbeing – and how easy it is to seek help if needed.

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Primary Education BA Art Show Success!

Eleven of our Primary BA with QTS students have been displaying their impressive work in the Checkland Building this month. 

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Mental Health Awareness Week at Falmer

Next week is Mental Health Awareness Week (13 – 19 May) and to support our students, the team at Falmer are offering a wide range of events that have been designed to promote health, wellbeing and provide an opportunity to have fun!

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Professional Skills Tests Preparation Day 2019

Have you applied or are thinking about applying for one of our teacher training courses? If you are yet to take the Professional Skills Tests and would like to be guided through the common mistakes that people make, make sure to come and benefit from our Professional Skills Tests Day this April! Before starting a…

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Another successful Family Fun Day!

On Saturday 9 March, thanks to our Student Support and Guidance Tutors (SSGTs), staff and students enjoyed a day full of fun and activities with their families at our Falmer campus. This year’s free Family Fun Day ran from 11am-2pm and provided endless entertainment for all the family, from reptile handling and circus free play…

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