Archived news items from 2013-14 Archived news items from 2013-14

Opportunities for school visits with the National Trust

The National Trust have launched some new opportunities for primary schools to visit their sites at Felbrigg Hall and Sheringham Park . Please select read more and then click on the venue...

RE Conference

REALISING THE POTENTIAL: SHARING AND DEVELOPING BEST PRACTICE IN RE ACROSS EAST ANGLIA Julian Study Centre UEA : 24th April 2014 Hosted by:Centre for Spirituality and...

Student Impact: Batik

Student Teachers Jonathan Wheater and Marie Bartlett have been making an impact at Forncett St. Peter Primary School by introducing the children, teachers and parents to a new technique in...

Computing: A Free Online Course for Teachers

This week the School of Education at UEA launched its first free open online course for teachers. It focuses on the new computing curriculum and the teaching skills and subject knowledge teachers...

Student Impact: Allotments

Student Teachers Tom Hadley and Rachael Finney have made an impact at Horsford Junior School by  planning and building 5 raised beds on the school field to be used by the pupils as an...

Student Impact: Ancient History Club

One of our students, Poppy Savage, has been given the opportunity to run an ancient history club at her placement school - Horsford Junior. 23 children have attended and she has been supported by...

Norfolk CAS (Computing at School) Meeting

Norfolk CAS Hub Meeting D'Arcy Thomson Room - UEA School of Computer Science 13 Nov 2013 4:30pm - 6pm  Refreshments available   Agenda: Sue Gray - Report...

The Primary Education Debate: Maths in FOCUS

The Primary Education Debate: Maths in FOCUS Conference at UEA: Saturday November 30 th . You are warmly invited to attend Keynote speakers will include: Tony Cotton (Association of...

Student Impact: Musical help at Harvest Festival

Lee Mayes, a current student teacher on the primary PGCE course, has made the most of an opportunity provided by his placement school to use his musical skills. Mr Mayes played the...

Primary English Focus Group

Primary English Teaching a focus group for local teachers This is a group for all those of you who are passionate about teaching English in the primary years. It is a chance for us to...

Developing Reflective Practitioners

Developing their own Reflective Practice is a vital, yet often new, way of working for students on the course. Tutors model, support and encourage reflective writing to take place regularly...

Welcome to our New Cohort

On 9 September 2013 we welcomed our new cohort of students to the PGCE. The course started with an introductory lecture from Dr Jenifer Smith and Gillian Preece the co-directors of the course. The...

2012/13 Graduation

Thursday 18 July marked the end of their training for the 2012/13 cohort. More than 100 of the 180 students who successfully completed their training walked across the stage to be...

Congratulations to Eleanor Cockerton

Congratulations to Eleanor Cockerton, one of our PGCE maths tutors, for completing her Masters in Advanced Educational Practice in 2013.

Partnership Post

July marks the launch of our new correspondence between the UEA primary PGCE team and our partner schools - The Partnership Post. The first issue contains articles on Writing...