Welcome to EdSoc!
EdSoc is a relaxed, friendly and enjoyable society for anyone who is interested in education and for people considering studying education. We aim to break down the barriers that separate education students at Reading and have a great time doing it. We are one of the fastest growing societies and it is clear to see why. We run a variety of society events once every two weeks, such as trips as well as socials.
- To unite people, across the University, who are interested in education.
- To create an enjoyable environment where connections and positive attitudes can be shared.
- To collaborate with societies and people who are not studying education
- To provide opportunities to continue professional development.
Societies Fayre- Come to our stall to have a chat with us about what we do, what will happened throughout the year and of course collect some freebies!
Freshers week- Team-building activity, cake meet and greet. This a good opportunity to connect with people who are interested in education.
- Our first social- 12/10/18. White t-shirt social! Meet at Park Bar at 7:30pm.
- Pizza night- Date to be confirmed but it is an ideal time to come meet more fellow members.
- Day in London with V&A Museum of Childhood included- Partial train subsidy included, Museum entry is free and free-time available too. 2018, Date to be confirmed.
- Education Ball- To celebrate those in the society. 2019, Date to be confirmed.
- Last but not least the return of the legendary Teacher Tuesday. Every other Tuesday.
If you have any comments or questions feel free to contact anyone on the committee or use the EdSoc email address to the right. Also, feel free to like and follow the EdSoc Facebook page on the right, and follow us on twitter: @ReadingUniEdsoc.
Meet the Committee
Laura Shaw - President
Amy Sugden - Vice President
Alice Holloway - Secretary
Caitlin Feehely - Treasurer
Katie Harvey - Welfare Rep
Beth Clay – Social Sec
A picture from one of our more academic and sharing socials. It was called Lost in the Jungle and we met up and exchanged some great ideas about teaching the topic of 'jungles' accross the curriculum including art, english, science and maths!