Our vision of education values learning in its broadest sense as an interdisciplinary, personal, social, professional and lifelong endeavour. We are committed to excellent teaching and research within a scholarly, diverse, creative and safe environment. We seek to challenge existing thinking and orthodoxies in the field of education by stimulating debate and advancing both educational knowledge and practices via the interplay of theory, research, policy and practice.
Associate Professor Alexandra Allan, Head of the Graduate School of Education
More effective partnerships between medics and dance professionals needed to discover the benefits of dance to health, report finds
Atmosphere and caring teachers at special schools more important to parents of children with SEN than educational standards, study shows
Historical funding arrangements are the cause of significant inequities in special educational needs funding, study shows
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