2019 Oxford Review of Education Award

Wednesday, July 31, 2019

Category: News

Harry Copson receiving his Oxford Review of Education PGCE Prize

At the 2019 PGCE celebratory Garden Party, the ‘Oxford Review of Education’ prize for the highest mark for a Professional Development Programme assignment written during the course, was awarded to Harry Copson, Geography student, for his assignment entitled:

‘Hegemonic masculinity: an investigation into the perceptions and impacts of masculine gender expression in UK secondary schools’.

The presentation, made by Professor Ingrid Lunt, joint editor of the Oxford Review of Education was held at St Anne’s College. Harry will be starting his teaching career at one of the internship partnership schools, Bartholomew School, this September.

To discover more about the PGCE at Oxford see: http://www.education.ox.ac.uk/programmes/pgce/
To discover more about the Oxford Review of Education see: http://www.education.ox.ac.uk/our-research/oxford-review-of-education/