The National Student Survey results have been released by the Office for Students and we are delighted that our students remain among happiest in the country.
Dr Susan Kenyon explains how a new method of teaching, adapted from Engineering education, enabled her Politics and International Relations students to achieve a 100% first-time pass rate, across three […]
Our PhD student, Jo Rothery, considers the fallout from the resignation of Boris Johnson
Dr Susan Kenyon considers the possible impact of the rail strikes for the post-pandemic public transport recovery and the effect that this may have on individuals, communities and the environment.
Our PhD student, Jo Rothery surveys the rapid fall from grace of Boris Johnson.
On the 5th of May 2022, young people from Astor College, Dover, Canterbury Academy, and Canterbury College, chanted ‘education is our right, freedom is our plight!’, while waving placards, and […]
Think assessment = essay? Think again!
Some days are harder than others. And while developing a keen understanding of how to conduct political research well is an important part of any politics curriculum, there are times […]
Dr Christopher Stevens considers what the future may hold for the Labour Party The right-wing press likes to celebrate Boris Johnson’s next general election victory, sneering at Sir Kier Starmer’s […]