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Te School of Education


The School of Education has over 40 years of successful experience in teacher training, education and research and is passionate about inspiring change which transforms the lives of children and young people.


With a national and international reputation for excellence in teaching and research in education and training, the School provides a range of postgraduate programmes for those wishing to develop and enhance their career in education.


Across all subject areas within the School international activity is strong, particularly Special Educational Needs, which has made a highly-regarded and positive impact in many international contexts.


Forging strong partnerships with over 350 schools and educational organisations in England, the School of Education provides continuing professional development programmes, research and consultancy designed to meet the educational needs of schools, national agencies, educational organisations and their staff.


The School is proud of the collaborative arrangements and long established links it has with international, national and regional bodies and professional associations. These are designed to enhance the career development of those working in education


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and services for children as well as to assist in policy developments at a national level. Students on our MA Education programme, in addition to attending lectures, seminars and tutorials, have the opportunity to engage in practical school placements.


Teaching and research are interdependent in the School. Staff with a wide range of experience and backgrounds, which include teaching, advising, consulting and researching, provide a depth of both practitioner and academic expertise. This serves to underpin teaching, research and consultancy activity. Particular strengths of the School include:


• Special Educational Needs and Inclusive Education


• Early Childhood Education • Mathematics Education • Behaviour for Learning • Educational Policy • Classroom Practice • Childhood and Youth


The School has a thriving PhD student community researching diverse aspects of education, and its MA programme provides an opportunity for students to secure appropriate research experience and skills to proceed towards Doctoral study.


Tutors involved directly with international students have a long-standing and current commitment to international consultancy and teaching collaboration. This includes working with institutions in Finland, Estonia, India, Singapore, Greece, Sweden, USA, Republic of Macedonia, Ireland, Iceland, China, Malaysia, Australia, Hong Kong, Kazakhstan and Hungary.


T +44 1604 892546 E international@northampton.ac.uk W www.northampton.ac.uk


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