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Primary Education student shares why she loved the residential

Primary Education student, Hannah Keller shares with us how the opportunity to go on a residential trip at the start of the year, led her to chose her course at Leeds Beckett University.

 Hannah Keller

Calling All Primary School Children…

We need your help to create our map of mindfulness. Mental Health Awareness Week is 18th – 24th of May and we at the Carnegie School of Education could not think of a better time for us all to think about our mental health and take small steps to support our mental health.

The Alwoodley Reading Project - World Book Day

We have a saying in our office: ‘Keep it real!’ Keeping it real for our second year Primary Education 5-11 and final year Primary Education 3-7 trainees, (with QTS), includes the Alwoodley Reading Project, first established in 2013 and extended following our Ofsted Phonics Monitoring Visit in 2015. 

Making the most of the Spectrum of Mentoring and Coaching in Education

The CollectivED research and practice centre is working in partnership with Growth Coaching International (GCI), this partnership was celebrated at the CollectivED Knowledge Exchange Conference which took place this July.

Partnering with students and primary schools to raise future aspirations

The high levels of engagement from the pupils demonstrated the importance of sharing a love of learning with primary children.

Graduate in two years - accelerated degrees

In August 2017, the Carnegie School of Education opened its doors to a new cohort of students on a new accelerated degree in Primary Education.

 School Updates
Esther Cummins

Forty-one years in Primary Education 1978-2019

Dr Chris Ford, Course Director for Undergraduate Primary Teacher Education, looks back on his experiences in primary teaching.

 Dr Chris Ford