- Amanda Nuttall
Here at Leeds Trinity University we have a rich history in providing exception initial teacher education (ITE).
Here at Leeds Trinity University we have a rich history in providing exception initial teacher education (ITE).
Hundo's Virtual Careers Fair allowed students to explore information on careers, skills, apprenticeships, resources, culture and more.
Ann Marie Mealey, Director of Catholic Mission, reflects on connecting with other Catholic Universities during her recent trip to India.
Nicky Danino, Head of School of Computer Science, explains her role in one of the biggest events in the technology industry calendar.
Sarah Jacques recounts a fulfilling afternoon volunteering with the Information Systems team in the Hunger Hills Woods.
Dr Chris Dlamini blogs about hosting a partner and community event in the new Health and Life Sciences facilities.
Nicky Danino talks about tackling online misogyny ahead of the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.
Dr Elizabeth Nassem discusses the impact of bullying in schools and some key measures to tackle it for Anti-Bullying Week.
Leeds Trinity University worked with LegalTech in Leeds to host an event on avoiding burnout in the legal industry.
Dr Ann Marie Mealey, Director of Catholic Mission, writes about her new book which aims to help others succeed in Higher Education settings.
Professor David Best discusses his recent trip to the USA to train court staff to use the REC-CAP recovery measures he has developed.
Andi Brierley, Head of Access, Participation and Outcomes, reflects on a recent trip to Leeds Playhouse to watch 'I, Daniel Blake'.
I moved to Leeds Trinity University in September 2019 from my home in Devon, and I never thought it would lead me to Malawi.
Dr Clarrie Smith reflects on the value of being inspired during your degree and after graduation
Dr Ann Marie Mealey, Director of Catholic Mission, reflects on a though-provoking leadership event she held at Leeds Trinity recently.
Ahead of the new academic year, Vanessa Napolitano, Student Support Manager at Leeds Trinity, outlines the support available to students.
Visiting Research Fellow and chartered psychologist Dr Pam Jarvis reflects on the current early years education curriculum in England.
On the International Day of University Sport, Sarah Todd explains how Leeds Trinity helps its students balance education and sporting goals.
Teah Renton, a Leeds Trinity graduate turned member of staff, reflects on making friends at university and offers advice to new students.
As Ofsted's new draft framework for school inspections is published today (16 January 2019), Alex Ford – Senior Lecturer within the Inst...
Early Career Researchers are often navigating the challenges of building and progressing their work.
Sarah Jacques reflects on the Information Systems team's day in a woodland close to Leeds Trinity's Main Campus in Horsforth
Leeds Trinity recently hosted an event to explore how the differing viewpoints of SEND Officers might create a more effective system.
The award enables students in the School of Children, Young People and Families at Leeds Trinity to enhance their professional development.
The COVID-19 pandemic is still very much with us and there are still hospital admissions and deaths linked to infection with the SARS-CoV-2
Champions of Childhood conference focussing on reducing social inequalities.
Muslims around the world will be celebrating Eid al Adha this week as it's one of the most significant holidays in the Islamic calendar.
A blog on how Leeds Trinity University has adapted its Virtual Learning Environment since the sudden move to online teaching in 2020.
Darren Worsnop explains how the University is supporting staff during the cost of living crisis.
Globalizer is an app aimed at educators and is designed to facilitate international collaboration.
The University's new BSc (Hons) Biomedical Science course will start in September 2023.
Leeds Trinity student Asim Mahmood writes about his experience of his internship with the University's Alumni Office
Professor Oz Hardwick reflects on 'his Yorkshire' and the upcoming Saudha International Literature Festival.
The theme for Mental Health Awareness Week this year is anxiety, a topic I have studied and supported people with during my experience as a
In these unprecedented times, we are all learning to get used to a new normal. Parents are reporting that (unsurprisingly) transposing mo...
As a stubborn and tunnel-visioned 19-year-old, I thought I had it all figured out.
An ally is a person who uses their time, resources, privilege and power to support marginalised communities.
There will have been a lot written about stress in this month, but in psychology, the concept is hard to pin down.
James Corah reflects on the Assessment team's day of volunteering in a woodland near the University's Horsforth campus.
Broadcast Journalism Programme Leader Katherine Blair discusses the Voices of Windrush project with Unity Enterprise.
Published poet and Leeds Trinity alumna Hannah Stone on how the Creative Writing MA helped her career.
On the eve of Wednesday 5 April, my family and I will sit around our table together and retell the story of the Jews Exodus from Egypt.
Dr Katie Lupton explores the theme of the upcoming Association of Commonwealth Universities Summer School, being held at Leeds Trinity
Operational Lead for the Race Equality Charter Shames Maskeen discusses the name and key theme of our upcoming conference
To mark the beginning of World Autism Acceptance Week, Oz Hardwick explains the importance of acceptance to people with autism.
I can honestly say that in one way or another I use the skills I picked up every day at work.
We know that if people aren’t feeling their best then they aren’t going to be able to do their best.
Before I started studying at Leeds Trinity University back in September 2020, living and studying abroad was something I always wanted to do
Did you know that approximately one child in every 30 children has clinically significant tinnitus?
Emily Timson reflects on the pledges the University has made to support talent and skills in Leeds.
Senior Lecturer in Psychology, Mark Allen, looks back at a recent exchange funded by the Erasmus+ teaching mobility agreement.
Dr James Jackson considers the best time to make those resolutions.
Dr Stephen Campbell blogs on UK Disability History Month.
Blog post by David Best, a Professor in Criminology at Leeds Trinity University’s Faculty of Social and Health Sciences.
Lecturer in Philosophy, Ethics and Religion, David Ellis, reflects on his personal experience of ADHD.
Jo Hynes looks back on her first term at Leeds Trinity and ambitions for sustainability at the University
Professor Jane de Gay discusses her favourite book for World Book Day
Postgraduate researcher at Leeds Trinity University, Natalie Smith, discusses the effect of in-game substitutes
Dr James Jackson discusses the relationship between stress and performance
Associate Professor Katherine Blair shares her perspective on the benefits of international collaboration for students
Dr Elizabeth Nassem discusses anti-bullying interventions, the behaviours which constitute bullying and educating the public.
We’re highlighting some of our inspirational alumni who have graduated from Leeds Trinity and are making an impact in their careers.
I realised there is an appetite to talk about mental health and wellbeing in the workplace and what a good employer looks like.
Toby Chelms reflects on how Leeds Trinity is supporting student and staff mental health
I brought my daughter to Leeds Trinity University in September 2012 for Open Day for her Psychology degree course. Whilst having a wander...
Steve Bravery discusses how the School of Law is supporting its students
The LGBT+ Staff Network respond to a letter sent to the editor of the Sunday Times.
Primary Education graduate Zoe Hawkswell discusses how Leeds Trinity helped her to achieve her potential
Counselling Psychology graduate Eilidh Masson-Walker reflects on her time at Leeds Trinity University
Physical Education and Sports Coaching student Hamza Khizar discusses why he applied for the ACU Summer School 2022
Student Support Manager, Yvonne Burton, discusses how Leeds Trinity University is tackling period poverty with its latest initiative
Forensic Psychology student Aimee Wakeham describes how online learning during Covid-19 increased her confidence in her academic abilities
Professor Oz Hardwick reflects on the relationship between poetry and dance after the RadhaRaman International Dance Festival
Graduate Employment Manager, Tim Feather, tests out new Virtual Reality software to help students prepare for their future careers
Shames Maskeen, Postgraduate Researcher (PhD) and Operational Lead for the Race Equality Charter, reflects on our Black Lives Matter event.
International Placement and Study Abroad Officer Maia Sule discusses the importance of international staff training visits
Professor Catherine O'Connor discusses how Leeds Trinity is addressing the digital skills gap by improving opportunities for students
PhD student Dhimoyee Banerjee discusses her research into the intergenerational vulnerability of Urdu-speaking Bangladeshi children
PhD student Hamza Mohammed discusses his research into the relationship of people from ethnic minorities with natural green spaces
PhD student Tom Hall-Say reflects on his naval experiences and how he's using this to help with his research
Leeds Trinity University’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor Malcolm Todd reflects on the impact these changes, if introduced, could have.
PhD student Michelle Nattrass discusses her research into special guardianship
Senior Lecturer in English Dr Richard Storer celebrates Shakespeare Week
Jordan Beaumont is a PhD candidate and Visiting Lecturer at Leeds Trinity University
Dr Suzanne Owen discusses the recent rise in Paganism
Mia Lofthouse and Amy Wilkinson discuss how they're developing their Creative Writing skills by co-editing the Leeds Trinity anthology
The Psychology behind finding a match
For National Storytelling Week Dr Stefano Odorico talks about digital storytelling and its educational value
Graduate Maria Brown reflects on how a return to education has empowered her
Physical Education student Leanne Yeomans discusses how practical learning is broadening her perspective.
Dr Clarrie Smith reflects on how work-based learning can help students realise their dreams.
Professor Oz Hardwick reflects on how music from the 1980s has influenced his latest poetic and academic works.
Lecturer in Early Childhood Studies Hannah Crooks discusses how her experience as a student at Leeds Trinity shaped her career today.
Reverend Professor Jane de Gay pays tribute to Rev Prof Rosemary Mitchell and the impact she had at Leeds Trinity University over 20 years.
Teachers in training are very rarely exposed to resources for diversity and cutting-edge work in diversity because it is often seen as a...
As pupils return to school, lecturer and expert in school bullying Dr Elizabeth Nassem shares her tips for parents on resolving bullying.
Sports Journalism Student Samuel Wright discusses his experience reporting at the Euro 2020 Final
PhD researcher Shames Maskeen reflects on the University's Black Lives Matter event.
Dr Madeline-Sophie Abbas discusses the terror and dynamism of Islamophobia in Britain in light of recent racist abuse of Black footballers.
Leeds Trinity University graduate Aylish Griffiths talks about how her time at Leeds Trinity prepared her for launching her own business
PGCE graduate Tasmin Ivory-Connor reflects on her experience training to be a teacher and building support networks.
PhD researcher Shames Maskeen reflects on the University's Black Lives Matter event.
Richard Prudhoe discusses the positive impact since working with Leeds Trinity to introduce Chartered Manager degree apprentices.
Second Year Photography student Grace Fletcher shares her experience on her placement with the University's Corporate Communications team.
PhD researcher and RECSAT Operational Lead Shames Maskeen reflects on the University's Black Lives Matter event.
Brett Arnall discusses how the best advice new students can receive is from someone who has been there and done it — our alumni.
PGCE Primary Education student Shazia Sheraz reflects on her experience training to be a teacher during the pandemic with Leeds Trinity.
Kalvin Brookes shares his experience so far on the PhD studentship programme and his aspirations to become an expert in sports nutrition.
Second year student Reagen Kirkpatrick reflects on her paid work placement through the University’s Graduate Outcomes Scheme.
Karen Sayer, Professor of Cultural and Social History, discusses the University’s work on the Wellcome Trust’s FIELD project.
Senior Lecturer in Education Dr Jonathan Doherty reflects on how technology is changing approaches to learning and teaching.
Professor Oz Hardwick reflects on translating poetry, the pandemic and ongoing periods of uncertainty, loss, lockdown and disruption.
Nicola Johnston shares her experience so far on the PhD studentship programme and her aspirations to become a leader in drowning research.
As we approach one year since the first national lockdown, the Executive team reflect on working remotely and supporting their wellbeing.
Head of Human Resources at High Street TV Lisa Dallas discusses the employer benefits of degree apprenticeships.
Student Advisor Emma Quirke discusses how the University is helping students to manage their finances during the pandemic.
Ideas to help you maintain or even improve your relationships and connections during lockdown.
With recent changes in the world meaning that we’re spending more time in our homes, we need to think about looking after our mental health.
Student Achievement Advisor Dr Sara Brio discusses how the Learning Hub can support students during their degree.
Dr Lauren Padgett discusses the controversy surrounding the opening of a Jack the Ripper museum
Lauren Padgett revisits the reports a murder that took place in Bradford in 1888,
Historian Andreas Sommer reflects on the Science and Spiritualism Conference at Leeds Trinity University in May 2019.
Dr Sorrel Harriet reflects on her experiences of online teaching during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Valentine's Day largely appears to be an exercise in marketing: ads online and offline prompting us to prove our love and devotion and...
Hannah Freya-Blake reviews the theatre production of Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities.
Matthew Stanford discusses the challenges of COVID-19 and how they enhanced the SHP's online community at the first-ever virtual conference.
Dr Kate Lister discusses the centrality of Victorian objects in the 21st century, as well as their practical and symbolic functions.
Stephen Basdeo discusses the work of American reporter, social reformer, and photographer Jacob A. Riis.
Alumnus Adam Kenyon shares his top tips for trainee teachers to feel confident in the classroom.
As lockdown restrictions continue to lift, Professor Mark Russell discusses the impact of lockdown when returning to fitness routines.
The International Staff Network discuss how COVID-19 has changed their plans to visit family and friends in their home countries.
Tom Breckin examines condolence letters in the context of Victorian mourning culture.
Emma Butcher explores the historical significance of the Brontës in light of the Bicentenary of the Battle of Waterloo.
Professor Rosemary Mitchell considers how Victorian literature can offer us an important glimpse into the past before moving forward.
Dyslexia and Disability Coordinator Dr Stephen Campbell discusses disability, disablement, and the services available at Leeds Trinity.
Despite limitations from lockdown, the Leeds Centre for Victorian Studies has embraced the digital world to remain engaged with audiences.
How an online community of academic colleagues have supported each other with the transition to blended learning and teaching for 2020/21.
Media Services Senior Media Technician Mark Willett explains how Leeds Trinity Students’ Union brought you the 2020 election results live.
Dr Nicola Arjomandkhah shares some ideas for managing our nutrition and hydration as we continue to work remotely and social distance.
Photographic artist and lecturer Verity Adriana shares how she has documented her experience of lockdown through the medium of photography.
Student Counsellor Marie Varney shares some mindfulness techniques we can use to support our mental health and wellbeing.
The closure of churches during the COVID-19 pandemic has provoked much questioning as to where it is appropriate to conduct worship.
Working from home brings about new challenges and it is important that we learn to manage our physical, time and behavioural boundaries.
Identifying high-risk students early and communicating what support is available will be essential, says Toby Chelms.
An introductory blog from the LGBT+ Staff Network at Leeds Trinity University and the launch of the Leeds Trinity rainbow logo.
Epilepsy, with its dramatic and obvious symptoms but complex array of different neurological causes, has been known of and written about...
Divorce as we know it was not permitted until the 1857 Matrimonial Causes Act which allowed newly formed civil Divorce Courts to litigate...
It is clear we are in the midst of a really scary and unprecedented time. COVID-19 has managed to shake the travel, tourism and hospitali...
On 4 February 1915, one of the most prolific Victorian writers died. For a quarter of the previous century, Mary Elizabeth Braddon had be...
A Victorian pocket watch is on display at the Museum of London. A fairly typical museum object, it often would not merit a second glance...
It might feel that as soon as you mention that you're thinking about teaching as a career everyone tries to put you off: social media...
I came to study at Leeds Trinity University because it is one of the best teaching schools in West Yorkshire. It was my first choice due...
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