The latest issue of our CfLaT Newsletter has arrived!
Date posted: 20th May 2016
Coming to the end of my undergraduate studies in 2015 I had an open mind about where I wanted to go. Was it into a job? Was it further studies? The truth is I didn’t know. Looking at further study I knew I had to choose a course that would challenge me because I have the habit of staying within my comfort zone.
Date posted: 18th May 2016
The EUROSOLE project led by SOLE Central at Newcastle University in collaboration with the Workers’ Educational Association North East invite staff and students to a free workshop taking place this Saturday 21st May.
Date posted: 17th May 2016
This is the second pedometer challenge after a very successful event in 2015. The aim is to promote getting fitter and healthier, while raising money for NETA and having fun with friends and colleagues.
Date posted: 16th May 2016
There are so many devilish temptations when offered an open brief for an educational blog post in May 2016. I could try to right some policy wrongs, perhaps by offering a critique of the hastily written and ill-informed White Paper. I could propose a more lucid and coherent approach for organising teacher training because, from where I am standing, it couldn’t get much more chaotic.
Date posted: 14th May 2016