This new, part-time course is for teachers that want to develop their expertise in English as an Additional Language.
This ESRC-funded study will focus on children's engagement with television in the digital age. Information and application details.
We are delighted to be working with a number of partners delivering, or planning to deliver, School Direct.
Our school has been named as one of the best places to be a student in the UK. The latest edition of the Times Higher Education's Good University Guide ranks our School in the top ten nationwide.
Childhood Studies student Ruth Spillman has been awarded third prize in the RSA Edward Boyle Competition. The Prize rewards vacation scholarship students that have shown progression and development during their placements.
If you are an alumni of the University of Leeds and wish to study for a postgraduate course here, apply for our Alumni Bursary. As a graduate, the University will pay ten percent of your tuition fees.
Teachers and special educational needs (SEN) support staff will be able to bid for funds to deepen their subject knowledge and develop their skills.
The University of Leeds is holding Open Day events in June for prospective students interested in finding out more about our courses and campus.
Professor Simon Borg from Leeds University highlighted the crucial role of CPD in allowing teachers, teacher trainers and teacher supervisors to better serve English language education.
Emeritus Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Leeds, Dennis Child, has been honoured by the British Psychological Society with a lifetime achievement award.
The United Kingdom Literacy Association's shortlist for the 2013 Author Award includes Dr Jean Conteh's latest book, 'Teaching bilingual and EAL learners in primary classrooms'