4 July 2014
A free, pioneering online initiative to help people develop basic research skills launches today at the University of Southampton.
1 July 2014
The University of Southampton welcomed HRH The Countess of Wessex to LifeLab on Friday 27 June to officially open the facility that aims to empower school students to take more control over their health.
30 June 2014
If you are interested in teaching Primary aged children but thought it was too late to start training in September 2014, the Primary PGCE programme has just been allocated some additional places.
18 June 2014
The European Policy Network on School Leadership is a consortium of policymakers, practitioners and academics drawing its membership from the majority of countries in Europe.
10 June 2014
Southampton Education School's Professor Lianghuo Fan has been awarded Distinguished Overseas Professor, a distinguished visiting professorship by East China Normal University (ECNU). Located in Shanghai, China, ECNU is a top Chinese university and one of the two best universities in educational science. According to ECNU, the award was given to Professor Fan in recognition of his “outstanding international reputation” in research and scholarship.
3 June 2014
Professor Muijs was invited to sit on a policy evaluation commission for the Flemish government, evaluating teacher education reforms.
30 May 2014
On June 10th 2014 Southampton Education School, supported by the University of Southampton Outreach will be providing an opportunity for local pupils to learn to computer programme at the Highfield campus.
21 May 2014
Following overwhelmingly positive feedback from the first group of PGCE trainees and Graduate Teacher Programme teachers on their trip to Africa in 2013, a second group made the trip in 2014 and caught up with projects previously visited.
20 May 2014
This student led conference was proposed by Chris Downey and Dr John Schulz as an opportunity for Postgraduate Research (PGR) students to strengthen their organisation skills, meet university quality standards, work with colleagues from different parts of the world and provide a conference platform for PGRs to present their work
14 May 2014
The University of Southampton has launched a Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) to help people improve their research project skills and share ideas.
9 May 2014
This conference is equally suitable to mathematics teachers and researchers alike and offers extensive opportunities for networking.
9 May 2014
Professor Jacky Lumby has been commissioned by the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education to investigate the kind of leadership activity in higher education organisations that is not often exposed, micro-politics.
3 March 2014
Final year undergraduate students on the University of Southampton’s BSc Education and BSc Education and Psychology praised for the quality of their posters summarising their research.
17 February 2014
Research by the University of Southampton suggests new teachers could be better trained to help them promote health and lifestyle issues to children in schools.
19 December 2013
Pupils from Southampton secondary schools will be able to discover how their diets and lifestyles lay the foundations for a healthier life … thanks to a grant from the University of Southampton’s Student Centeredness Fund. The award of £30,000 over three years will enable all Year 9 students (13-14 year olds) to take part in an activity day at LifeLab, in the new state of the art facilities based at Southampton General Hospital.
20 November 2013
Undergraduates on the University of Southampton’s new programmes in BSc Education and BSc Education and Psychology have received certificates of achievement at a ceremony at the Southampton Education School. The students were praised for their hard work and progress in their first and second years of study.
15 November 2013
Dr Kalwant Bhopal, Reader in Education, will discuss her research into the experience of Traveller children in schools next Wednesday, 20 November, during the BBC Radio 4 programme ‘Thinking Allowed’.
1 November 2013
Students from local schools seized their chance to find out more about issues that matter to them at the Southampton Youth Debate organised by postgraduate researchers in Education, Politics and Geography.
25 October 2013
How can primary teachers embed inquiry skills in science and across the curriculum during this time of curriculum change?
25 October 2013
To be ready for the challenges of teacher training and teaching the developing Computing curriculum, your subject knowledge and understanding of information technology and computer science has to be of a sufficient standard. If your degree subject is not close enough to the subject you want to teach, you can take additional training before your initial teacher training (ITT) through Subject Knowledge Enhancement programmes (SKE).