Posted: 24 June 2013
Gone are the days of teaching young people to use office suites to make presentations and word process letters.
Computer programming is now being taught in secondary schools with a new curriculum, so it’s an exciting time to teach computing. With a 1st or 2:1, graduates could also get a tax-free bursary from the British Computing Society to train.*
The University of Roehampton’s secondary Computing PGCE programme is a new, bespoke postgraduate pathway to Qualified Teaching Status. Trainees will benefit from tutelage under Miles Berry, Senior Lecturer and Subject Leader - ICT Education at Roehampton and respected author, academic and consultant.
CS students who demonstrate not only great computing knowledge and skills but have what it takes to pass on this passion to others and inspire a new generation of coders and computer scientists can attend a PGCE Open Day to meet staff and see the campus - register today.
Furthermore, if you have any questions about the programme, please do not hesitate to contact Miles at M.Berry@roehampton.ac.uk or +44(0) 20 8392 3241 .
Roehampton announced as an official partner of new Early Years Hub
Through the provision of Early Childhood Studies CPD, the University of Roehampton has been selected as one of the official partners of the new Mayor of London’s Wandle Early Years Hub.
Posted: 12 January 2018
Roehampton’s BSc in Human Resource Management recognised with professional accreditation
The University's BSc in Human Resource Management (HRM) has been awarded a professional accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), the professional body for HR and people development.
Posted: 31 October 2017
Roehampton Business School Academic shortlisted for Global Equality & Diversity Award
Professor Carole Elliott’s research on Challenging Gendered Media Mis(s)representations of Women Professionals and Leaders has been nominated for the Global Equality & Diversity Awards (GED) Research Award.
Posted: 23 October 2017