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12 March 2021

Moving away from home to go to university is a big decision for most people. For me, it worked better to stay home, and it could work for you. Read more…

8 July 2020

If you're studying for our Accelerated Primary Education Studies degree, volunteering in a primary school is an ideal way to practice your new skills. Course leader John Parkin offers his advice for finding volunteer work. Read more…

28 May 2020

As a Montessori nursery owner (open for key worker children) and Course Leader for the Early Childhood Studies course at Anglia Ruskin University, I spend much of my day listening to staff and their experiences educating and caring for key children in their settings… Read more…

5 March 2020

Starting a degree can be intimidating, especially with so many books out there to choose from. You will get free access to some core texts online via the university once you’ve joined… Read more…

22 October 2019

As I was rapidly approaching 'the big 40', I reflected back on what it was I wanted to learn in order to meet my goal of being a Primary School Teacher. I investigated my options and a colleague suggested looking for a Primary Education Studies degree. Read more…

30 January 2019

Working in Education is not an easy job. Every day is different because not all children are the same. Each child is an individual with different levels of needs and abilities and they require support in order for them to learn and progress. In this blog… Read more…

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