We will provide an exceptional, challenging and fulfilling student experience founded on excellent programme design, which includes a strong grounding in the core disciplines of philosophy, sociology, history, and psychology of education. The learning environment and consequently teaching, learning and assessment opportunities will include first rate guidance and support systems.
To achieve this goal we will:
- Provide students with access to outstanding teachers, research-led learning and teaching experiences and opportunities for personal and professional growth;
- Listen to the full range of student voices and engage with students in a way that is supportive and developmental, including a respect for and a readiness to draw on, the expertise and experiences of our multilingual student body;
- Continue to improve our national and local student satisfaction rankings;
- Develop a relevant and forward looking portfolio of teaching programmes which address Internationalisation and globalisation of the curriculum through a repeating cycle of systematic School and Department-led evaluations and curriculum development;
- Nurture a truly student-centric approach to student service delivery and teaching support, engaging in comprehensive cycles of monitoring and evaluation in order that planned developments to the curriculum and the broader offer anticipate and address, needs/demands.