Sarah is currently a Senior Lecturer in Initial Teacher Training on both the BA Primary Education (with QTS) and PGCE courses, teaching on a range of curricula areas at both undergraduate and post graduate levels. She currently designs and delivers modules at levels four, five and six as well as being a dissertation supervisor. Sarah studied for her degree in Psychology at Loughborough University and was awarded a BSc (Hons). Following on from this, she completed a PGCE in Primary Education at the University of Northampton and went on to teach in a range of primary schools across Northamptonshire, for 17 years. Sarah had many roles within primary education including Science Lead, Mathematics Lead, coaching and supporting with inter-school sports competitions and Phase leader across upper KS2. Sarah’s last post was as an Assistant Head before joining the Initial Teacher Training team at the University of Northampton in 2018. She is also currently a School Governor for a Northamptonshire primary school and has previously completed Governance at a different primary school.
Sarah is currently completing her Masters in Education with her research interests predominantly focusing on teacher identity and how this may impact on recruitment and attrition rates in early career teachers.
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