Educational Engagement events 2017/18


Religion and Radicalisation: The Global Perspective

28 February 2018

Aimed at promoting the Politics and Religion degree programmes among A-level students, this event will consist of a series of workshops looking at radicalisation in Christianity, Judaism, Islam and Sikhism, and from different parts of the world. What do we mean my "radicalisation" and are radical forms of religious belief and practice necessarily problematic? This study day will explore these questions, encouraging students to develop a nuanced and critical understanding of the relation between religion and radicalisation. Please contact Lindsey Strachan for further information.

Audience: Year 12 Politics and Religious Studies Students

Experience History at University

13 March 2018

The programme for the day includes a keynote lecture which all students will attend, followed by a choice of seminars based on a variety of topics inspired by the A Level History curriculum. Attendees will explore the campus and see the types of facilities they can expect from a university as well as hearing from some of our undergraduates about their experiences of studying History and university life more broadly. Finally the History admissions team will provide some top tips to keep in mind when students prepare their UCAS applications. Please contact Lindsey Strachan for further information.

Audience: Year 12 History Students 

Teachers and Advisors' Conferences

Each year the University of Leeds hosts CPD conferences in Leeds and London. These events are designed to support staff in the post-16 sector who have specific responsibilities for progression and guidance to higher education. Our 2018 events will take place on the following dates:

Leeds: Wednesday 23 May, University House, University of Leeds

London: Thursday 14 June, CCT Venues-Barbican, London

Further details will be published shortly. If you wish to register your interest in attending either event, please contact the Education Outreach Team

Audience: Teachers

Linguastars Summer School

27 - 28 June 2018

A two-day summer school for Year 12 students of French, Spanish or German who are interested in studying a new language at university.  The summer school aims to provide young learners with with a taste of university life as a language student bother academically and socially.

For further information contact Alex Peel or download the flyer.  To book a place, please complete the application form.

Audience: Year 12 language students

Art Teachers Residential

9 - 11 July 2018

Following the success of our first Art Teacher Residential in 2017, the University and the Association of Art History are again offering a unique opportunity for teachers to join us on campus for this free, three day event, designed to improve professionals' delivery of both academic and practical Art Lessons. 

The event is open to teachers of Key Stages 3, 4 and 5. For more information download the flyer or to book a place, please contact Sarah Richardson. Please note places are limited so early booking is advised to avoid disappointment.