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School of Education

We have been educating educators for more than a century. Our graduates transform lives through their reflexive, inclusive and research-engaged practice.

Our supportive community is learner-centred, and you will have career-enhancing opportunities to collaborate with other students, educational settings, sector partners and health and social care professionals.

We are a top five London University for Education according to the Guardian (2019) and internationally we are in the top 150-200 of universities for education in the prestigious QS Top Universities league table.

Our courses

We have a range of educational courses, from initial teacher training to specialist teaching areas and postgraduate research. 

Why choose Kingston School of Education

Reputation

Reputation

We have a rich history of educating educators; providing a strong foundation for learning and teaching.

Putting you first

Putting you first

We recognise your needs and aspirations, personalise your learning experience and putting you at the heart of everything we do.

Expert educationalists

Expert educationalists

Our staff are research-engaged educationalists, making knowledge accessible for you to incorporate in your professional practice. 

Inter-professional collaboration

Inter-professional collaboration

Our shared faculty brings valuable experience and insight from other professionals that work with children and young people. 

Kingston Hill

The Kingston Hill campus features an outdoor learning environment where trainee teachers lead curriculum-linked natural sciences activities with children. It includes a specially built 'cubby house', outdoor pond, beehive and nature trail. It offers early years students the opportunity to simulate teaching and learning with natural materials.

There are a number of teaching rooms set up to replicate actual classrooms. Each classroom is subject based - such as an art room, science lab, and each is equipped with all the relevant facilities you will need to practise your lessons before taking them into school.

Our learning resources centre (the Nightingale Centre) has an excellent range of teaching resources to help you plan and teach your lessons, such as a range of children's topic books, music and nursery rhymes on CD, as well as artefacts and kits that can be used to illustrate historical periods, different religions, science, maths and music.

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