How collaboration at Leeds is making a difference to children’s lives

A new film showcases how the School of Education is working collaboratively across the University of Leeds to make a positive impact on children’s lives.

In the film, our students, alumni, staff and partners talk about how collaboration can help to improve the future for children. The film also features the visit of HRH Princess of Wales to the school, where she took part in an introductory session to a second-year module on the School of Education’s BA (Hons) Childhood Studies course. 

We’re interested in the sociology of childhood, we’re interested in child development and the psychology of childhood, and all sorts of different approaches to teaching and learning.

Lucy Taylor, a lecturer at the School of Education

Discover how our collaborative approach in the school offers students a transformative educational experience, while informing and shaping educational practices and policies in the UK with world-leading research.

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Read the full story here: Early Years: together we can do better.