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2015 marks the 800th anniversary of the sealing of the Magna Carta; to celebrate the university launched a ‘Modern Magna Carta Challenge” in which primary and secondary school pupils were challenged to create a physical response to the
Magna Carta by creating their own idea of what a modern charter might look like.
Mathew Tobin, Senior Lecturer in English and Children’s Literature at Oxford Brookes University’s School of Education recently spoke at The Guardian’s ‘Reading for Pleasure’ conference.
16 Primary Education students following the Year 3 Health and Wellbeing pathway have been awarded the ‘Chartered Teacher of PSHE’ certificate after successfully completing the PSHE Association’s Chartered Teacher Programme, a course that has been developed to give student teachers comprehensive training in PSHE teaching.
The School of Education recently celebrated the launch of several new publications across various subjects.
The Centre for Educational Consultancy and Development recently welcomed 10 teachers from the Hefei Province of China to visit local schools and take part in an onsite programme of teaching and learning.
Over 100 teachers and students recently attended a ‘Perspectives on Behaviour’ conference at the School of Education.
Education Secretary Nicky Morgan will announce at the BETT educational technology show today (21st January) that alongside companies such as Google and O2, Oxford Brookes will be supporting a project to teach computing in primary schools