School of Education news

It’s not too late to train to teach this September

Have you recently graduated in a STEM subject…? Ever considered a career in teaching?

Troops to Teachers students strike Gold at Invictus Games

Two School of Education students won gold at the Invictus Games – and one was reunited with Prince Harry, creator of the games, who he helped train.

New publication released from Kath Tayler and Deborah Price

Well done to Deborah Price and Kath Tayler on the release of their new publication ‘Gender Diversity and Inclusion in Early Years Education’.

Research Seminar: Mark Price, University of Brighton, 21 April 2016

All welcome. CLICK HERE to register your attendance. The Education Research Centre and School of Education present: Narrative co-constructions: methodology and pedagogy Mark Price, Principal Lecturer University of Brighton 21st April 2016, 4-5.30pm, E512, Checkland Building, Falmer Site

New Education Research Seminar, 24 March, 2016

To register please access:  Shaun Dellenty, Inclusion for All and Dr Joseph Hall, University of Brighton  Gender and Sexualities Education in English Primary Schools  Thursday 24th March, 4 – 5.30pm, Checkland, B502, Falmer Site

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.

Education research seminars in May

We are hosting two education research seminars in May: Assembling disadvantage-disorder: food, bodies, criminal justice, parenting, mental disorder, bio-science, special education, tests, work, TV, and money Professor Deborah Youdell, University of Birmingham The Future of Education as the Earth Warms Up Michael Bassey, Emeritus Professor, Nottingham Trent University We hope to see you there!

UKLA Book Awards 2014

The School of Education was delighted to be involved in this year’s UK Literacy Association (UKLA) Book Awards , the only book awards judged entirely by teachers.

School Direct information evenings for primary schools

The School Direct route into teaching is an exciting opportunity for schools to have a greater impact in preparing trainees to become outstanding teachers. We are looking to work in partnership with all primary and secondary schools, special schools, sixth form colleges and primary and secondary independent schools to develop our expanding School Direct Training…

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Primary Mathematics Specialist Teacher Programme

We are now recruiting for our 6th Cohort on the Primary Mathematics Specialist Teacher Programme (MaST).

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