Join us for a special concert with the University of Reading Choir and Symphony Orchestra plus local school children

On Saturday 4th June at 7pm, a special event will take place in the Reading Concert Hall. A choral gala will be staged by the talented performers of the University of Reading Chorus, Chamber Choir and Symphony Orchestra, along with our talented local school children. Join us at Reading Concert Hall, Blagrave Street, Reading, RG1 1QH and […]

Next IoE Public Lecture: Professor Becky Francis of King’s College, London: 19th May.

The Institute of Education is delighted to present its well regarded series of public lectures, given by visiting academics and University of Reading Professors on a range of topics that affect the world of education today. This thoughtful and inspirational lecture series aims to explore the important issues around teaching today. The next public lecture […]

Free event for teachers and local authority workers interested in language and literacy

Teachers and local authority staff are warmly welcomed to our first Literacy and Language “Research-into-Practice” event at the Institute of Education, University of Reading. The event presents a great chance to hear about what is going on at Reading, to reflect on research-informed teaching and to forge new research partnerships between the university and schools. What’s more, it’s […]

Dr Karen Jones, Director of MA Education (Leadership and Management) with Henley Business School, talks about exciting possibilities of this new programme

This programme is the culmination of an exciting collaboration between the Institute of Education (IoE) and Henley Business School. Henley is among an elite group of business schools – the top 1% in the world and the IoE is known for world-class research with excellence in teaching and learning. It is ranked 3rd for training […]

The Institute of Education’s Musical programme for the summer term has been announced. 

We have a fantastic array of concerts and other events lined up for the coming term. We hope you can join us! BA(Ed) final-year recital Wednesday 20 April, 12.30-1.45pm G01, L29 Music building, London Road campus Performances from four finalists on the music specialist BA(Ed) programme, including trombonist Cameron Purvis, singers Emily Freeman and Rachel Couch, […]

Dr Helen Bilton is Routledge’s Author of the Month

The Institute of Education is delighted to announce that Dr Helen Bilton, author of Exploring Outdoors Ages 3-11, has been nominated Routledge Education’s Author of the Month. Read about her extensive work and research in outdoor teaching and learning environments, and find out about her latest book here. Dr Bilton is Associate Professor of Education […]

Complete University Guide 2017: IoE consolidates its leap up league table

The Institute of Education has confirmed its national and international standing through its excellent results in the Complete University Guide 2017 league table, published on 26th April. The IoE retains its position from last year, being ranked 14th nationally, up 18 places from the 2015 table. Dr Cathy Tissot, Head of the IoE, commented: “This significant position […]

A career in early years teaching is very rewarding as Stephanie Drake, currently loving life in Bangkok, can attest.  

Excellent early years teachers make a lasting, positive impact on children’s well-being and development, opening young children’s minds to new concepts and ideas on a daily basis. But when Stephanie Drake (pictured) attained Early Years Teacher Status at the Institute of Education in 2014, she little dreamt that her career would offer the added attraction […]

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