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.