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‘100 years of educating the educators 1917-2017'
In October 2017, the School of Education (established in 1917 as Gipsy Hill Training College in Upper Norwood, South-East London) will be celebrating 100 years of training teachers.
Speaker: Dr Irene Tuffrey - Wijne
The event is run jointly by Vanguard Consulting and the Department of Social Work and Social Care
Special three-hour workshop based on Professor David Shemmings groundbreaking work in the field
Speakers: Professor Annette Boaz and Dr Richard Boulton
'Giants, perilous seas and the yellow brick road'
An inaugural lecture by
Professor Jayne Price, School of Nursing
Faculty of Health, Social care and Education
Professor in Children's Nursing
If you are interested in becoming a teacher in early years, primary (5-11) or secondary or want to specialise in Early Years education, come along to our Education Open Day on Saturday 20 January, 10am – 1pm.
This conference will celebrate women's agency, examine what good care looks like from a woman's perspective and explore many of the different story mediums through which women's voices can be heard and actively listened to.
Our Postgraduate Drop-in Evenings are an excellent opportunity for you to meet our staff and talk to current students about postgraduate study at Kingston University.
ToWe International Trainers' Conference and Workshops
Department of Social Work and Social Care
School of Allied Health, Midwifery and Social Care
2018 Annual Conference
Empowering partnerships conference
Early Year Teachers Programme open evening (graduate entry mainstream)
Midwifery seminar: Delivered at home or call the midwife?
Research seminar: Care outside of hospitals – understanding the issues for the district nursing workforce
Learning Disability Nursing BSc(Hons) open day
Social work seminar: Challenging poor parenting – what can we do?
Faculty of Health, Social Care and Education graduation ceremony 2014
Research seminar: The work of the Faculty Research Ethics Committee – what we look for and what to put in your application
Research seminar: From maid to matron – the reconstruction of St George's first professional superintendent of nurses