Category: Educational interest

Shared Parental Responsibility for Children’s Education

On 8th and 9th March 2019, Dr Alex Masardo was an invited speaker at the 8th International Conference on Equal Parenting in 21st Century, which explored the theme of Parentalidades cuidadoras or Caring Parenthood. The invitation comes on…

Members of our Primary ITE team share some children’s literature with us in their new blog series

Welcome to the first in a new series of blog posts with primary ITE lecturers, Rachel Eperjesi and Tracey Wire. Rachel and Tracey both lecture in English on the undergraduate and postgraduate primary teacher training courses. In this…

Artefacts That Tell Stories

In December, Dr Benjamin Screech took his English specialists to both the Pitt Rivers Museum and Oxford University Museum of Natural History. The objective was to see how many ideas they could get from the artefacts on show there for creatively-inspired…

The School of Education Seminar Series Returns

Dr Graham Nutbrown from the University of Bath kicks off this year’s Seminar Series on Wednesday 30th January with his talk entitled ‘Forms of Epistemic Injustice in Education’. Further details are available on the event listing. We look…

Beanstalk Story Starter training

We are partnering with Beanstalk Charity who are training our Level 4 and Level 5 Early Childhood Studies students to become Story starter volunteers. Read all about it in this blog post.

RENYO E+ Project launches

Colleagues from the Early Years and Education team have launched a new Erasmus+ project: Re-Engaging Young Offenders with Education & Learning.

Final EUMOSCHOOL newsletter

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

EUMOSCHOOL Newsletter #5

Read the latest EUMOSCHOOL newsletter which discusses didactics of emotions.

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.

Former PGCE student publishes book

Former University of Gloucestershire PGCE student Greg Bottrill tells us all about his new book titled Go and Play Now?: Rethinking the Early Years