03 April 2017
As the University of Winchester launches its first Play and Creativity Festival (3-7 April 2017), Dr Alison James, Acting Director, Academic Quality and Development, explains why playis important for teaching and learning at all levels.
16 February 2017
Aneeta Prem is a human rights campaigner, magistrate and educational author. She recently presented a ‘Masterclass’ event at the University on dishonour-based crime and took time out to talk to us about her inspirational campaigning work.
14 February 2017
What impact might the new Institute for Apprenticeships have on the system? Its potential is explored by David Way, Visiting Professor at the University of Winchester and former CEO of the National Apprenticeship Service.
02 December 2016
Winning prestigious awards, hosting launch events and guest lectures and forging new partnerships: November has been another eventful month at the University of Winchester, with staff and students engaging in a wide range of initiatives and be...
01 December 2016
Sir Al Aynsley-Green was the first independent statutory Children's Commissioner for England 2005-2010 and he is recognised as one of the most innovative authorities and inspirational experts on children's services, child health and childhood today.
12 September 2016
The current debate on Grammar schools interests me for a number of reasons.Firstly, because I was in the first year of the comprehensive schooling system in my own town and, coming from a working class background this was intended to benefit me....