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School of Education


  • Amy Buchan, University of Strathclyde Graduate, Wins Prestigious GTCS Prize

    Amy Buchan, University of Strathclyde graduate and teacher at Callander Primary School, is the 2016 winner of the George D Gray Award presented annually by the General Teaching Council for Scotland (GTCS). 

  • Rising in the Rankings

    The School of Education has risen two places in the Complete University Guide for 2016 from 7th to 5th place among UK teacher education institutions.

  • School of Education Seminar Series
    The School of Education Seminar Series takes place on Wednesdays (see 2016-2017 dates below) from 16.30-18.00. The Series allows presentation and discussion of key educational urgencies, theories, debates and policies. 
    All welcome! Come and join in the conversation.


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Contemporary Childhood Conference 2016

Strathclyde's School of Education is pleased to host its second Contemporary Childhood Conference, which will take place on 2-3 September 2016. Find out all you need to know about the conference, including speakers, registration details, and information on submitting papers/symposia.

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Innovation in Primary Education: Developing Innovative Practice as a Student Teacher

If you're interested in leading innovation at primary school level, this is the place for you.

This site explores innovative, alternative and creative forms of education so we can learn from them, taking the key ideas, and exploring how to apply them in a mainstream context.

It's also an opportunity to reflect on ideas that work, and those that don’t. 

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West Partnership

West Partnership is a unique, enhanced partnership agreement between the University of Glasgow, the University of Strathclyde and nine partner local authorities in Scotland. The partnership was formed to progress the main recommendations of Teaching Scotland’s Future (2011). Find out more.
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