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11th October 2019
  LOSING a loved one is a traumatic life event, but for those with dementia it can be devastating, confusing and have the potential to complicate their condition. The University of Chichester, in association with St Wilfrid’s Hospice, are hosting a conference on Wednesday 16 October entitled...
23rd September 2019
  A SHORT guide aimed at helping primary teachers plan engaging spelling lessons that encourage schoolchildren to become confident writers has gone on sale. The minibook, which draws on a range of theory and research, provides clear principles for designing a spelling curriculum and describes...
9th September 2019
  THE University of Chichester has crowned its 180-year anniversary celebrations by unveiling a new, modern logo to take it through its next phase of development. ​The logo has taken elements of the University’s crest to create an image which is forward-thinking but which also celebrates the...
15th August 2019
  A MASTERCLASS hosted by the University of Chichester in Beijing has taught more than 200 teachers on how to develop high-quality education in classrooms with diverse student communities. The teachers, in groups of 50, spent more than two days learning about improving teaching quality with James...
25th July 2019
Shows for the first time that complex, mixed simultaneous emotions in adolescents could be assessed using an Analogue Emotion Scale Potential to supplement traditional emotional assessments where emotions are complex and people 'may not have the words' Next step: trials to test the findings in...
28th May 2019
  DANCE is both transformative, sparks curiosity, and has the capacity to shape lives, says Jo Hodson-Prior, PGCE dance tutor at University of Chichester For many students, she says, it is the reason that they get out of bed and go into school in the morning. Yet, according to a recent BBC survey...
26th April 2019
  A TEACHER from a University of Chichester Academy Trust school has been nominated for the prestigious TES awards. Sally Doughty, from Frogmore Junior School, was named on the shortlisted for the TES school awards 2019 as an “outstanding individual” in the education sector. News of her award-...
8th March 2019
  THE University of Chichester has been championing the role of women in society since it first opened its doors as a training college in 1839. Now, 180-years later, those principles remain a fundamental part of the University and its community - as it bids to develop a new generation of female...
6th December 2018
UK universities have been at the forefront of the most significant discoveries and pioneering changes of the last century - and the University of Chichester is centre stage of these developments. We’re celebrating the many ways in which Chichester has made a real difference to everyday lives with...
30th October 2018
STAFF, parents, and pupils are celebrating at Frogmore Junior School in Camberley following a recent glowing Ofsted report. The school was the first academy sponsored by the University of Chichester Academy Trust. It was inspected at the beginning of October and received a ‘good’ judgement overall...

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