Learning to Teach
Welcome to the partnership website for the PGCE (Primary) programme at the University of Southampton. The site provides information to all those who work within our partnership so that our trainees benefit from a fully integrated training experience as they learn to teach.
The site provides information for Class Mentors to help support them in their role whilst our trainees are on school placement. The necessary paperwork can also be downloaded from the forms section and every week during the time our trainees are in school, update posts will ba made to guide Class Mentors and trainees through the activities of the week ahead.
Updated: 09 January 2023
Meet the PGCE (Primary) Team
Ian also supports some foundation subjects, including music and history.
Tiffany CawthorneEnglish and Phonics
Tiffany is also the partnership lead tutor and supports SMSC and Culture & Diversity
Julie also supports Design Technology.
Alex Woodgate-JonesTeaching & Learning
Alex also leads on assignment writing and supports PSHE.
Jo WrightTeaching & Learning
Jo also leads on SEND, supports PSHE and co-ordinates our additional activities.
Research of Interest
Alderton, Julie, Ineson, Gwen, Donaldson, Gina, Rowland, Tim, Voutsina, Chronoula and Wilson, Kirsty (2022) “You see things that you wouldn’t have seen otherwise”: enabling elementary preservice teachers to share different ways of seeing mathematics. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 1-23. (doi:10.1007/s13394-022-00423-z).
George, Lois and Voutsina, Chronoula (2021) Variations in partitive quotient strategy use by children who have been taught the part-whole fraction sub-construct. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 21 (2), 400-423. (doi:10.1007/s42330-021-00147-5).
Messiou, Kyriaki and Ainscow, Mel (2021) Inclusive Inquiry: an innovative approach for promoting inclusion in schools. Revista Latinoamericana Educacion Inclusiva. (doi:10.4067/S0718-73782021000200023).
Bokhove, Christian and Campbell, Ryan (2020) Reviving Bloom’s taxonomy. Impact, 8.
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