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Physical Education trainee, Lucy Harris publishes article on ‘This Girl…Can?’

A current PGCE physical education trainee, Lucy Harris is to be congratulated on the recent publication of an article (with Dr Rachel Sandford and Oliver Hooper) in the latest edition of Physical Education Matters focusing on engaging girls.

Issued on 16 April 2018

Dr Jo Harris makes the case for Physical Education to be a core subject in the National Curriculum

Dr Jo Harris, Director of Teacher Education and Reader in Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, has recently made a strong case for physical education to be a core subject in the National Curriculum.

Issued on 22 March 2018

New book provides guidance for teachers and educators on promoting active lifestyle in schools

Dr Jo Harris and Professor Lorraine Cale from the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences have published a new book on ‘Promoting Active Lifestyles in Schools’.

Issued on 9 February 2018

Dr Jo Harris advises on improving PE provision in schools at Westminster

Dr Jo Harris was invited to present at the Westminster Education Forum in November 2017 on improving PE provision in schools.

Issued on 12 December 2017

Dr Dave Hewitt on why 10 shouldn't necessarily follow 9

Mathematics educator and Director of Mathematics PGCE at Loughborough University argues that perhaps the number 10 should not be taught after the numbers from one to nine.

Issued on 16 May 2017

Teacher Education Conference at Loughborough on 26th June 2017

Loughborough University is holding a Teacher Education Conference for staff of partnership schools on Monday 26th June 2017.

Issued on 10 May 2017

Loughborough University placed 2nd in The Good Teacher Training Guide 2017

The recently published Good Teacher Training Guide 2017 has placed Loughborough 2nd best of all HE-led teacher training providers, cementing the University's reputation for high quality teacher education.

Issued on 24 April 2017

Dr Dave Hewitt invited to give plenary talk to Norwegian teachers and trainee teachers

Dr Dave Hewitt invited to give plenary talk to Norwegian teachers and trainee teachers

Issued on 28 October 2016

Dr Jo Harris recognised with award at Association for Physical Education celebration event

Congratulations to Dr Jo Harris who received an award at the Association for Physical Education’s 10 Year Celebration Event on 19th April 2016 at City Hall, London.

Issued on 22 April 2016

Loughborough Mathematics PGCE Director takes pride in trainees' success

Before joining Loughborough University in 2014, Dave Hewitt (the Director of Mathematics PGCE at Loughborough) trained mathematics teachers at the University of Birmingham. He has recently had the pleasure of seeing teachers he trained scoop "Maths Team of the Year" award at the 2015 TES Awards.

Issued on 23 October 2015

Dr Jo Harris presented with Research-Informed Teaching Award

Dr Jo Harris receives the prestigious award in recognition of her sustained and outstanding contribution to research-informed teaching.

Issued on 19 August 2015

Loughborough's Director of Teacher Education awarded HEA Principal Fellow status

Dr Jo Harris awarded Principal Fellow status by the Higher Education Academy.

Issued on 10 February 2015

2015 Newly Qualified Teacher Survey opens

The 2015 Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) Survey on the quality of initial teacher training opens on Monday 9 February 2015. It is aimed at NQTs who successfully completed their training in England during 2014.

Issued on 10 February 2015

Teaching students' once-in-a-lifetime experience

Five students from Teacher Education travelled to Uganda recently to share British teaching practice at schools in the country.

Issued on 11 March 2014

Teacher Education at Loughborough Newsletter

Introducing the Teacher Education at Loughborough Newsletter

Issued on 5 February 2014

New PGCE in Mathematics

Loughborough University will open a PGCE in Mathematics from September 2014.

Issued on 27 January 2014

Loughborough student wins national Teaching 'Oscar'

Sean Hardeley, who did his PGCE at Loughborough and is currently studying for a Masters in Education at Loughborough University, has been named Outstanding New Teacher of the Year at the prestigious Pearson Teaching Awards.

Issued on 27 January 2014

Scholarships

Mathematics trainees with a First class or a 2:1 degree are able to apply for an Institute of Mathematics scholarship worth £25,000.

Issued on 27 January 2014

Dr Jo Harris presents research on Physical Education to Westminster

A Loughborough lecturer has presented her research on physical education in schools at two Westminster events this month.

Issued on 28 November 2013

Ofstead Outstanding 2010-2011