Tag / education
Press releases • Oct 19, 2020 10:29 BST
Northumbria University, Newcastle, has joined The Employ Autism Higher Education Network, a ground-breaking higher education employability programme, which aims to unlock the potential of autistic students and graduates and help them into full-time work.
Press releases • Dec 20, 2016 16:34 GMT
A Northumbria University-led project to improve patient safety education has been awarded €431,996 in European funding.
Press releases • Dec 12, 2016 16:07 GMT
Michael Jopling, Professor in Education at Northumbria University, writes about diversity within the private education sector in the United Kingdom.
Press releases • Oct 27, 2016 12:22 BST
Four Northumbria colleagues have raised more than £2,600 to build an earthquake-proof classroom in Nepal as part of Childreach International’s One Classroom at a Time and Taught Not Trafficked campaigns.
Press releases • Aug 25, 2016 10:46 BST
Michael Jopling, Professor in Education in the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning at Northumbria, writes about A Levels for The Conversation.
EXPERT COMMENT: Vocational education still has an esteem problem: tweaking the system won’t solve that
Press releases • May 26, 2016 13:52 BST
Liz Atkins, Reader in Education, Department of Education and Lifelong Learning, at Northumbria University, discusses vocational education for The Conversation.
Press releases • Apr 27, 2016 14:55 BST
Michael Jopling, Professor in Education, Department of Education and Lifelong Learning at Northumbria University, discusses academies for The Conversation.
Press releases • Apr 11, 2016 15:54 BST
Almost 1,800 further education and sixth form college students will be heading to Northumbria University this weekend to take part in the AoC Sport National Championships 2016.
Press releases • Jan 20, 2016 16:47 GMT
An Ofsted inspection of teacher training provided by Northumbria University has been rated as ‘outstanding’ – meaning the University has now held this rating for 14 years.
Press releases • Dec 02, 2015 16:33 GMT
Michael Jopling, Professor in Education, Department of Education and Lifelong Learning at Northumbria University, discusses the north-south divide affecting secondary schools for The Conversation.
Press releases • Jul 31, 2015 11:10 BST
Michael Jopling, Professor in Education, Department of Education and Lifelong Learning, Northumbria University, comments on the risk of extremism in school children for The Conversation.
Press releases • Jul 20, 2015 00:00 BST
More than six out of 10 parents with household incomes of less than £25,000 are struggling to feed their children outside of term time according to crucial new research by Northumbria University.
Press releases • Jul 09, 2015 00:00 BST
Around 2,000 students from schools across the North East paid a visit to Northumbria University, Newcastle, to take part in one of the largest science events of its kind.
Press releases • Apr 09, 2015 00:00 BST
Pam L Graham, Senior Research Assistant in Health and Life Sciences, discusses how a good breakfast influences how we think and learn.
Press releases • Feb 03, 2015 00:00 GMT
Dr Michael Jopling, examines whether the Department of Education really can effectively take on schools formerly run by local government.
Press releases • Jan 05, 2015 00:00 GMT
Professor Michael Jopling, Professor in Education for Health and Life Sciences examines the issues around 'Islamising' children's education in the UK.
Press releases • Feb 03, 2014 00:00 GMT
The Government’s regulator for assessing teaching standards across the UK has given Northumbria University’s Teacher Training programmes a resounding thumbs up for the twelfth year running – the only university to sustain this record in the UK.
Press releases • Sep 09, 2013 00:00 BST
Children with autism might be missing “crucial” non-verbal gestures because they typically look away more than others when listening to parents, teachers and other professionals.