The Faculty of Education is comprised of two schools, inspiring and developing the knowledge of the Education professionals of the future

Our teaching staff have specialist experience in their respective academic and professional fields. However, we also recognise the importance of close collaboration between departments to ensure that students benefit from a multi-disciplinary approach. Our core values of learner aspiration, attainment and equality and commitment to success, are shared across the Faculty, with each school retaining its own identity in terms of student experience.

School of Childhood, Youth and Education Studies

The School is highly regarded regionally, nationally and internationally for the calibre and range of our programmes, teaching and research, which focus on children, young people, families and communities.

We have been at the forefront of development in Early Years and Childhood Studies for over 20 years. Over the past 10 years we have also established a strong reputation in Education Studies.

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School of Teacher Education and Professional Development

The School has a long history of delivering training to teachers and education professionals.  From our origins 100 years ago at our predecessor colleges in Crewe and Didsbury, we are now located at an impressive £139 million development in Hulme, Manchester and a rural campus in Cheshire which recently benefited from a £70 million refurbishment.

We are proud to work in close partnership with over 1,500 regional schools, colleges and other organisations across the education, community, charity, arts and business sectors, giving our students truly diverse placement and learning opportunities.

The school is home to the departments of Primary and Secondary Teacher Education and is also responsible for the Faculty’s Professional Development Awards and short courses, alongside our pioneering work in diverse spheres of Education. 

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