School of Education

Welcome to our intranet Home Page

The School of Education intranet contains a variety of information about the school as well as links to documents specifically for staff working in and with the school.

Quick Links:

Most of the frequently used areas below require a staff log-in.

School - Forms - Contacts - Key People - SMT - DISN - DTE - ESJ  

 Learning & Teaching - Research & Knowledge Transfer - e-mail log-in 

College - Room Bookings - Key Staff - Services - Jargon Buster 

Key Dates 2015-16

School of Education Web Site

If you are looking for information on what the School of Education is about; its many research centres, programmes of study, its staff, facilities and much more - please visit the School of Education web site.


Current students please see our own Students area and you will find plenty of information via the Student Home Page of the University Intranet.


Please see the new Staff Home Page of the University Intranet containing many useful links especially for academic and professional services staff.


For staff working
in or with the
School of Education

School of Education building reception glass

Staff Handbook

Online version only.
(a staff log-in is required)

The School of Education building

Staff Contacts - 2015 [PDF]

* Last updated 20/08/2015

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...we want to hear from you

Tell us about your experience of using our new intranet pages. Did you find what you were looking for? Have you learnt something new today? Or do you wish we could improve your intranet experience?

Developing these intranet pages will be ongoing and, if you share your view and ideas, it will help us to continue to improve this important resource for the benefit of the entire University community.

We also welcome your comments on university internal communications in general. Email the team or pick up the phone 0121 414 6680. You can also tweet us. Whichever way you decide to get in touch we look forward to hearing what you have to say.

If you have a technical question you can contact our IT colleagues as they are much better at that stuff than we are!