Iraqi teachers learn educational techniques in Berkshire

Wednesday, November 20th, 2013

OES Committee member Derek Peaple features in this BBC news report of his link with schools in Baghdad as part of the educational reconstruction programme in Iraq. Watch the report  

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First winner of the OES PGCE Prize

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013

Congratulations to Florence Brockway, recent PGCE Science graduate, who is the first winner of the Oxford Education Society PGCE prize. Florence is pictured above with Professor Ernesto Macaro, Director of the Department of Education (left) and OES committee member Mike Matejtschuk who presented the award on behalf of the committee at this year’s PGCE Garden […]

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OES member publication

Monday, March 11th, 2013

Saunders, L. (in press) ‘What can be learned about a Royal College of Teaching from the experience of the General Teaching Council for England?’, Education Today, Vol. 63, No. 1, pp 13 – 17. Dr Lesley Saunders is an OES member and an Honorary Research Fellow at the Department of Education. For further information, go to her profile page.

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OES member wins Youth Sports Trust award

Friday, February 15th, 2013

OES member and Oxford alumnus, Derek Peaple, has been awarded the prestigious Sir John Madejski Award for Outstanding Contribution to Sport in Berkshire. Derek received the award in recognition of his commitment to physical education in schools and in the Olympic year, his commitment to Olympic and Paralympic values in his own school and schools […]

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