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Unique Opportunities for Teachers

Explore below to discover talks, events, research and other oportunities to get involved with the School of Education. If you would like any more information or have any questions, please get in touch.

Talks and events

SEND seminar programmes

These twilight sessions on Tuesdays and Wednesdays are open to all students in the School of Education and staff in partner schools.

Forthcoming seminars

There are no forthcoming events.

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NQT networking meetings

We are keen to keep in touch with our graduates and hold an event each term to give NQTs an opportunity to reconnect with the school.

Secondary NQT events

Dates will be listed here when available

Primary NQT events

Dates will be listed here when available

Other events

Keynote speakers

The school regularly invites keynote speakers to discuss their area of expertise. Details of events will be advertised in our events listing

Events in academic departments

Other academic departments in the University regularly hold events that are open to the public. Please visit the University's events listing for details.

 

Subject interest groups

The subject interest groups provide a space to discuss your subject, share ideas, research etc. as part of a safe, supportive community of inquiry. These are free for all teachers in partnership schools.

 
 

Other opportunities

  • Our research activity is organised through six research centres which regularly run events and seminars, and are committed to improving social justice and equality in education
  • We offer a number of higher level degrees in education and you can benefit from discounted fees as well as the opportunity to study as a school cohort if more than 10 teachers wish to enrol
  • Our Subject Advisory Groups help develop Initial Teacher Education provision at a subject level; they meet once a term and invitations to join these groups are sent out early in the academic year.
  • You can get involved in the recruitment and selection process for teacher training candidates and School Direct partners can meet prospective candidates at our open days
  • Teaching opportunities are available on all our routes and a supply contribution is paid to schools; if you have a particular area of expertise that trainee teachers could benefit from please get in touch

 

School of Education

University of Nottingham
Jubilee Campus
Wollaton Road
Nottingham, NG8 1BB

+44 (0)115 951 4543
uonschoolpartner@nottingham.ac.uk