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In a report published by Dr Marie-Pierre Moreau, a Reader in Education at the University of Roehampton, it has been revealed that university academic staff with caregiving responsibilities face a range of difficulties including time issues, emotional issues, ill-health and a feeling of not belonging.

A group of 175 pupils aged between 8-14 years from seven local schools attended the 'City of Tomorrow' event at University of Roehampton, where they were tasked with applying their knowledge of science, technology and engineering to create their own vision of a city.

On Monday 15th May, 2,140 alumni who have made significant contributions to education were awarded honorary degrees from the University of Roehampton at London Southbank's Royal Festival Hall.

Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT), Christopher Kinlan, has published an article in a Geographical Association journal, in which he discusses his approach to, and experiences of, teaching Geography to pupils on the autistic spectrum with SEN.

Andrew Nowak, a Roehampton PGCE Secondary alumnus, addressed the School of Education Research into Practice Conference, sharing his experience of working with children on the autistic spectrum, with education professionals, academics and current students.

London Southbank's Royal Festival Hall played host to Roehampton's Winter Graduation on Monday 23rd January, where 350 graduands celebrated the completion of their studies. Sharath Jeevan, founder and Chief Executive Office of STiR Education, was in attendance as he became an Honorary Doctor of the University.

175 years ago today, Whitelands College – now part of the University of Roehampton – enrolled its first student, Elizabeth Ransom.

Peter Kemp, Dr Billy Wong and Miles Berry from the University of Roehampton’s School of Education have conducted research to analyse the uptake of computing qualifications at GCSE and A level. The report urges there be an increase in the proportion of schools and colleges offering GCSE and A level computing following the figures. 

Peter Flew has been appointed the new Director of the School of Education at the University of Roehampton, taking over leadership effective immediately. 
This week more than 700 students graduated with qualifications in teaching at the University of Roehampton’s graduation event at Royal Festival Hall. They join the hundreds of thousands of graduates who have studied at Roehampton since the foundation of its Whitelands College 175 years ago.
Karin Doull, Principal Lecturer and Subject Co-ordinator for Primary History Education at Roehampton, has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship from the Historical Association. 
Children from schools across South West London gathered at the University of Roehampton to build and exhibit their own city made from recycled material.
The Festival of Computing will bring together primary and secondary teachers, students, researchers and University academics in a one day festival to celebrate computing in education. 
University of Roehampton has retained its position as the highest ranked modern university in London in the results of the Complete University Guide 2017.
The benefits of professional school-based counsellors in supporting young people experiencing emotional problems will be evaluated through an extensive three year £835,000 study, which will establish a dedicated counselling service in 18 English secondaries.
The former editor-in-chief of The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger, has been made an honorary Doctor of Letters by the University of Roehampton, at its annual Winter graduation ceremony. The award is in recognition of his significant contribution to the journalism industry.
Some of the earliest examples of Victorian work by past students from the University of Roehampton’s Whitelands College, from as far back as the 1840s, are currently on display in a major showcase event.
Two Roehampton researchers have carried out a study for the Department of Education (DfE) on the impact of funding linked to ‘additional needs’ on participation and attainment by 16-19 year olds in the education system.
A £105,000 grant has been secured by Adam Ockelford, Professor of Music at Roehampton’s School of Education, to fund the development and creation new musical learning resources for visually impaired children with learning difficulties, as part of the Sounds of Intent project.
A new 385,000 Euro project to help nurseries, schools and health workers better classify and understand children’s special educational needs and disabilities has been launched by academics, who say it is expected to provide greater detail and improve inter-agency co-ordination.