The Centre for Teacher Education is celebrating 75 years of training teachers. This milestone symbolises the passion, ambition and commitment the department has towards training generations of teachers in the past, present and future, helping them to become the teachers they want to be with the expertise and support of CTE staff.
Over the summer, CTE colleagues have been working with Bo Kelestyn and Gwen Van Der Velden from Warwick Business School to create a ‘recognition of prior learning’ Postgraduate Certificate for a Ukrainian Educational Leadership Summer School. The module received course approval from EPQ over the summer and will enable a progression route to the CTE MA in Professional Education for attendees.
Showcase 2023 is the fourth annual Art and Design online exhibition that celebrates the work of Art and Design trainees in the Centre for Teacher Education at Warwick. Trainees have made huge steps towards recontextualising art education, driven by the Warwick Teacher Values and a passionate commitment to maintaining and promoting the arts in schools.
Joshua Piggott, science subject leader and Year 3 (age 8) teacher at St. Nicholas CE First School, Codsall, Staffordshire talks with his ITE tutor, Sally Spicer, Associate Professor at the University of Warwick’s Centre for Teacher Education, about his experiences as a trainee and as a new teacher and science subject leader.
Last Friday saw the return of CTE’s annual Inclusion Conference. Inclusion is at the heart of everything we do as teachers and this significantly important day sits at the heart of our spring term curriculum, with its focus on adaptive teaching. This year the event welcomed trainees from all our courses. Primary, Secondary, PGCEi and iQTS trainees joined together to consider the importance of inclusion in our school environments.
The University of Warwick awarded honorary degrees to a number of outstanding individuals in January 2023 as part of its winter graduation ceremonies. One of the recipients of the honorary degrees is Dr. Peter Kent. As the former headteacher of Rugby’s Lawrence Sheriff school, he worked in close partnership with the Warwick Centre for Teacher Education in all of its teaching school roles.