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Exploring Kent’s medieval animals project secures National Lottery support

An exciting new heritage project for families and young people exploring East Kent's real and imaginary medieval animals starts this month.

6 Sep 2021

Minding the generation gap.

A new book co-authored by Dr Jennie Bristow, Reader in Sociology, explores key questions on generational studies.

24 April 2024

Canterbury Christ Church University search for 1970s alumni

The University is looking to reconnect with students who attended from 1975 to 1979.

03 April 2024

Inspiring young readers through the joy of books

Pupils from a local primary school have been discovering the joy of reading in a novel collaboration with Canterbury Christ Church University lecturers, library staff, and teaching students.

07 March 2024

Creative young minds compete in First Lego League regional finals.

Creative young minds came together to take part in the First® Lego® League Challenge, hosted by the STEM Hub at Canterbury Christ Church University.

05 March 2024

Academic awarded Clinical Lecturer of the Year at the Radiography Awards

John Tidmas, Senior Lecturer in Diagnostic Imaging, in the School of Allied and Public Health Professions, has been awarded Clinical Lecturer of the Year at JCA’s Radiography Awards 2023.

10 November 2023

Discover the AI in your life

As AI transforms our lives Canterbury Christ Church University is launching its educative approach to AI, showcasing how it is being integrated across research, studies, and industry partnerships.

05 September 2023

Virtual school transforms international initial teacher training

The University has embarked on an innovative virtual school experience as part of a national pilot for International Qualified Teacher Status (iQTS) programme.

28 July 2023

A new way of learning for a new generation

The Epistemic Insight Future of Knowledge Initiative at Canterbury Christ Church University is reimagining how we teach students, learn and use knowledge to change the world.

24 July 2023

Sparking ambition and creativity through literacy for children across Kent

With a recent focus on ‘speaking skills’ being as important as literacy, a new programme in Kent is leading the way in changing how young people use their voices.

19 July 2023

Successful Ofsted inspection demonstrates University’s “unwavering commitment to improving educational outcomes” in the south east

Initial Teacher Education at Canterbury Christ Church University has received an Ofsted rating of ‘Good’ in the primary, secondary and further education and skills age phases.

10 July 2023

Igniting young voices for change

Community, support, and inclusivity were three key issues expressed by more than thirty young people who visited Canterbury Christ Church University’s Canterbury campus this month.

18 May 2023

Celebrating our research heritage

For six decades millions of people have benefited from research conducted by the University’s academics, research centres and research groups.

20 December 2022

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