On 9th May the IoE joined with partner colleges to share knowledge about working with Early Years children

At the Institute of Education, we believe that the ‘children’s workforce’ should be spearheaded by a cadre of highly creative, analytical and experienced graduate leaders. We invited current potential early years teachers to a free event devoted to discussing the concept, rewards and training around a career working with children. There was a programme of talks, […]

Complete University Guide 2018: IoE 10th nationally; leaps up league table again; celebrates “sky-high score for Student Satisfaction”. 

The Institute of Education (IoE) is once again ranked in the top ten UK Universities in the field of Education, according to the Complete University Guide 2018 league table, just published. The IoE has leapt up four places to 10th from 14th last year, confirming the Institute’s national and international standing. This is credited in part to “a […]

Soulful play, anyone? Parents and practitioners collaborate in fun and research at the IoE

The Early Years team at the University of Reading’s Institute of Education (IoE) is leading a study on collaboration and partnership in early years, funded by The Froebel Trust (Nov. 2016 – Jan. 2018). Dr Maria Kambouri-Danos, Director of BA in Children’s Development and Learning at the IoE, is the Principal Investigator of the study, which brings together […]

Improving mental health in schools – what does the research tell us?

Mental health disorders are extremely common in children and young people. They often persist into adulthood and are associated with serious long-term consequences. Yet only a minority of young people ever receive professional help for these problems, although there are clinically proven and cost-effective treatments. This is where schools can play a vital part: by preventing children from […]

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