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News and Events

This page gives you information on Open Days, Teacher Training events, public lectures, concerts, art exhibitions and professional development events we host.

upcoming Events

Postgraduate teacher Training information  events

Our information events cover all routes into teaching for Early Years, Primary and Secondary Postgraduate programmes.
 
During COVID-19, we have placed the in person events on hold.  Instead, we will be having regular live webinars. Keep an eye on this page for more information.
 
We have also developed a range of online resources so that you can find out more about the Institute of Education, our programmes and have your questions answered.
 

Undergraduate Open Days

Come to our Undergraduate Open Days and explore our beautiful campus, meet students and lecturers from all our courses, see our accommodation, and enjoy talks and taster lectures. 

Spotlight Webinar

  • Wednesday 4 November, 17:00 - 18:00

Will Bailey-Watson  will talk through the teaching and wider educational options available to you within the Institute of Education at the University of Reading.  Topics covered by this webinar will include:

  • Introduction to BA Primary Education (QTS)
  • Studying a PGCE after completing a degree in a subject you love
  • More information on our BA Education Studies degree programme

masters events

  •  Friday 13 November, 10.30-14.30

Our virtual event will include presentations and Q&A sessions with academic staff on our different master's courses, as well as live chat with our current students.

NQT conference

  • 21 January 2021

This conference will focus on Becoming a Mindful Teacher. The Keynote talk 'Mental Health and Wellbeing as an NQT' will be given by Sam Twiselton, OBE . Other sessions include the inclusive curriculum through the lens of EAL, educating about race in the curriculum and behaviour management. 

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