The School of Education is a vibrant and intellectually stimulating environment in which staff have developed national and international reputations in their areas of expertise and are committed to the advancement of knowledge and its application in all fields of education.
The School of Education offers two undergraduate courses: Education (BA) and Education and Psychology (BSc). Exploring the four pillars of education (philosophy, history, psychology and sociology), these courses are designed to provide a foundation for future study or work in the field of education.
We are fully committed to developing outstanding teachers who, as soon as they enter the classroom, are able to make a positive impact on pupils’ learning and attainment. To achieve this, we work with the Lincolnshire Teaching School Alliance and the St George’s Academy Partnership, to offer primary and secondary PGCE School Centred Initial Teacher Training (SCITT) programmes which combine professional practice with cutting-edge educational research.
Professor Ian Abrahams - Head of School of Education
The ULERN Journal provides a forum for the publication of educational research that is taking place within the School of Education and aims to encourage, celebrate, and disseminate research, scholarly activity, and pedagogical practice that is in keeping with and aligns with the School’s and College’s commitment to excellence in education and student experience.
The journal includes papers that originated as action research projects undertaken by graduate PGCE primary and secondary trainee teachers and report on issues relating to teaching and their development as reflective practitioners and educational researchers. The second edition of the ULERN Journal was published in August 2018.