Discover your future at Train to Teach evening 21 February

Are you considering a career in teaching? Perhaps you are a teaching assistant, a career changer, or even a qualified teacher looking to return to teaching. Or you may be one of the many excellent teachers trained overseas, looking to enter the UK market – or indeed you may be graduating in Summer 2018. Whoever […]

Mathematics and stories? A transformative approach to teaching and learning mathematics

  The idea of using story-picture books in mathematics lessons may sound eccentric to some, and yet this is precisely what Dr. Natthapoj Vincent Trakulphadetkrai, Lecturer in Primary Mathematics Education at the University of Reading’s Institute of Education (IoE), has been advocating over the past few years. You can read more about Vincent’s research and […]

CONTINUING THE JOURNEY: A CONFERENCE FOR NEWLY QUALIFIED TEACHERS, Reading, 24 JANUARY 2018 | 13.00 – 18.00

Ready to recharge your batteries, meet other NQTs and receive some up-to-date training?  We would be delighted to see you at our seventh annual NQT conference, for primary and secondary NQTs. Alongside opportunities for professional contacts with peers, the conference will provide you with valuable subject-specific workshops, as well as addressing different educational themes.  You will […]

Considering a career in teaching? Come to the “Get into Teaching Information Evening”, hosted by the Bracknell Forest Partnership.

Do you want to train to teach in primary and secondary schools with the best in our profession? Whether you are changing career paths, a recent graduate, in a different role in education, or trained overseas, you can discover the excellent opportunities to train to teach in our secondary and primary school centred programmes. Train […]

“An inclusive education system at all levels” – what does this mean today? Dr Tim Williams examines the facts versus the declarations

The Salamanca declaration (UNESCO, 1994) is often thought to mark a turning point in the move towards inclusive education. It declared that education was right for all and that the education should take place in regular education settings. It has been reinforced by the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (aka CRPD – […]

Are you an early years practitioner or a TA working in KS1 or KS2? Come and hear about how you could progress your career and achieve a degree whilst working

Our Foundation Degree and BA in Children’s Development and Learning have been running for over 10 years and have helped 100’s of people like you to advance their job prospects. Available to practitioners working with children aged birth to eleven, the courses lead on to a range of postgraduate options, including our Ofsted-acclaimed Postgraduate Certificate […]

PGCE Primary and Secondary applicants – don’t delay as programmes may close as soon as places are filled

With a highly experienced community of academics, strong partnerships with local schools, and incredible facilities and resources, the nationally renowned Institute of Education is the place to gain your teaching qualification. QTS (Qualified Teacher Status) is the qualification required by those who wish to teach in state schools in England and Wales, and a PGCE […]

IoE academic hosts international workshop to discuss challenges and benefits that face the million children in UK schools for whom English is not the first language

On 26th and 27th September, Dr Holly Joseph hosted a workshop funded by the British Academy at St John’s College in Oxford, entitled, “Language, literacy and learning in children who speak English as an additional language (EAL)”. The workshop brought together senior academic and early career researchers from across the UK and Europe, united in […]

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