Category: News

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Blog from Norway!

**Editor: Troy is currently studying abroad in Norway for this semester – here is his blog about his adventures!** On the first day of the Primary Education course, no one (myself included) would ever...

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Supporting you in your NQT year.

One thing which we believe very strongly in Primary Education is that support is important not only while you are at university studying but also before you arrive and after when you are completing...

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We have returned!

No, we are still here! The last few weeks have been very busy at YSJ. The first years have started their final placement, the second years are out on their Settings Other than Schools...

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Why choose YSJ and Primary Education?

As our students all return from their Easter holidays, the third years have finished they final placement and are about to submit their research projects. The second years are still on placement – finishing...

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Why not join a society?

University is not only about lectures, reading and assignments. There is also time to make new friends and socialise and one of the best ways to do this is to join a sports club...

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Coming to YSJ? Let us help you…

Coming to university is a very big step for everyone. Not only is there all the aspects of living away from home to get to grips with but there is all the aspects of...

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Ofsted praise for York uni’s teacher training

The Press – a local York newspaper reported on our recent OFSTED inspection. “A UNIVERSITY department responsible for training the next generation of teachers has been given a glowing report by inspectors. Ofsted rated...

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Facebook Live!

This week we had a LIVE facebook webinar. The purpose of this was to bring our NQTs up to date with news and documentation as well as answering their questions live. The panel consisted of Peter Raymond, Louise Whitfield and Keither Parker with Ian Wilson dealing with the technical side of things.

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