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Francis Close Hall (St Paul’s) dorms

The University of Gloucestershire has a long history as a teacher training college, stretching back to 1847 when it was first established as Cheltenham Training College in St Paul’s. In a series of blog posts, we explore our […]

  Our history 9 October 2018  

Skitch app for annotating

Skitch is a free app that allows you to annotate images and maps – it’s ideal if you are going on a field trip or school visit. It doesn’t take a lot to get your head around the app. […]

  Technology 5 October 2018  

Final EUMOSCHOOL newsletter

Read the final EUMOSCHOOL newsletter, a European project funded by ERASMUS+

  Educational interest 4 September 2018  

EUMOSCHOOL Newsletter #5

Read the latest EUMOSCHOOL newsletter which discusses didactics of emotions.

  Educational interest 4 September 2018  

Sticky Note Google Chrome Extensions

If you are looking for an alternative to Padlet, then there are some sticky note extensions in Google Chrome that may fit the bill.

  Technology 17 July 2018  

Create interactive content with Genially

Are you looking for a tool to help students show their learning in an engaging and interactive way? Try Genially.

  Technology 4 July 2018  

Maths Matters 2018

On June 15th the Primary Maths Team held their third successful annual conference for early career teachers at the University of Gloucestershire’s Park campus.

  Staff blogs 19 June 2018  

Early Education Conference 2018

Some of our Early Childhood Studies students and staff attended the 2018 Early Education Conference in Birmingham. Here are their reflections on the day.

  Educational interest 14 June 2018  

Teacher training students at Wychwood Festival

Our teacher training students helped out at Wychwood Festival 2018 to co-ordinate authors and illustrators in the Story Box tent.

  Student blogs 7 June 2018  

Anyone for tennis at Francis Close Hall?

Tennis once played a big part of life on campus at Francis Close Hall.

  Our history 5 June 2018