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Prof Mark Brundrett

Prof Mark Brundrett

Telephone: 0151 231 5449

Biography

Mark Brundrett taught in secondary, middle and primary schools and was a headteacher for a number of years prior to entering Higher Education. Since then he has been, successively, Senior Lecturer in Education at the University of Northampton, Principal Lecturer in Education at De Montfort University and Deputy Centre Manager for the East Midlands NPQH Training and Development Centre, Director of the International MBA in Educational Management at the University of Leicester, Professor of Education at the University of Hull, and Senior Research Consultant at the University of Manchester. He is currently Professor of Educational Research and Director of the Centre for Educational Research (CERES) at Liverpool John Moores University.

He has published over 150 items, including 19 books for publishers in the UK and US, as well as book chapters, articles and review articles in major journals and the wider press. He has carried out over twenty funded research projects for organisations including the Teacher Training Agency, The British Educational Communications Technology Agency, Ultralab, The National College for School Leadership, The Department for Education, The Association for the Study of Primary Education, and individual Local Authorities and schools. His main research interests lie in the area of educational leadership and management and especially in leading primary schools. He sits on the boards of several leading journals and has been editor of the leading primary journal Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary Elementary and Early Years Education, which is published by Routledge.

Degrees

2014, University of Keele, UK, DLitt, Educational Leadership and Management
2003, University of Hertfordshire, UK, PhD, Educational Leadership and Management
1999, University of Leicester, UK, EdD, Educational Management
1987, University of Keele, UK, MEd, Education
1985, University of Keele, UK, MA, English
1979, CNAA, UK, BA, English and American Studies

Publications

Highlighted publications

Brundrett M, Duncan D, Rhodes C. 2010. Leading curriculum innovation in primary schools project: an interim report on school leaders’ roles in curriculum development in England Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 38 :403-420 >DOI

Rhodes C, Brundrett M. 2009. Leadership development and school improvement EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, 61 :361-374 >DOI >Link

Rhodes C, Brundrett M, Nevill A. 2009. Just the ticket? The National Professional Qualification and the transition to headship in the East Midlands of England 61, 61 :449-468 >DOI

Rhodes C, Brundrett M. 2009. Growing the leadership talent pool: perceptions of heads, middle leaders and classroom teachers about professional development and leadership succession planning within their own schools Professional Development in Education, 35 :381-398 >DOI

Rhodes C, Brundrett M. 2009. Leadership development and school improvement Educational Review, :361-374

Journal Articles

Saad KA, Walsh B, Mallaburn A, Brundrett M. 2017. EXPLORING THE IMPLEMENTATION OF A PROFESSIONAL LEARNING COMMUNITIES IN MALAYSIAN’S SCHOOLS International Journal of Eduction Psychology and Counselling, 2 :1-18 >Link

Brundrett M, Okeya EO. 2016. Knowledge of Diabetes Education Programmes and Support Systems on Type 2 Diabetes Self-Management among Black Africans in Liverpool IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science (IOSR-JNHS), 5 :32-38

Irvine P, Brundrett M. 2016. Middle leadership and its challenges: a case study in the secondary independent sector Management in Education, 30 :86-92 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2015. Policy on the primary curriculum since 2010: The demise of the expert view London Review of Education, 13 :49-59

Brundrett M, Duncan D. 2015. Leading curriculum innovation in primary schools project: a final report Education 3-13, 43 :756-765 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2015. The British government's proposals for a College of Teaching: the question of the role of Higher Education and research in Teacher Education in England Education 3-13, 43 :95-96 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2014. Teacher education and the primary curriculum: an Association for the Study of Primary Education seminar Education 3-13, 42 :569-571 >DOI

Brundrett M, Duncan D. 2014. Leading curriculum innovation in primary schools project: a final report Education 3-13, >DOI

Brundrett M. 2014. The role of higher education in preparing teachers Education 3-13, 42 :457-459 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2014. Labour proposals for the development of the education system in England: Too much, too little or just right? Education 3-13, 42 :351-356 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2014. Education for all: the challenges of achieving universal early childhood care and primary education Education 3-13, 42 :233-236 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2014. An evidence-informed view of the curriculum: The ASPE primary curriculum seminar series Education 3-13, 42 :121-124 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2014. Social justice and fairness in primary education: The case for a more ecological view Education 3-13, 42 :1-4 >DOI

Brundrett M, Rhodes C, Gkolia C. 2013. Planning for leadership succession: Creating a talent pool in primary schools :87-97 >DOI

Brundrett M, Bottery M, Silcock P, Webb R, Burton N, Duncan D, Zhang W. 2013. Education 3-13: 40 years of research on primary, elementary and early years education Education 3-13: 40 years of research on primary, elementary and early years education, :1-348 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2013. The importance of teachers, teaching and school leaders: the 'silver thread' of the reform agenda for English schools Education 3-13, 41 :459-461 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2013. Enhancing professionalism in primary education Education 3-13, 41 :251-253 >DOI

Brundrett M, Crawford M. 2012. Introduction: Educational leadership development in a global environment :1-6 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2012. Educational leadership development in the Czech Republic :58-68 >DOI

Gkolia C, Brundrett M. 2012. Educational leadership development in Greece :41-57 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2012. Educational leadership development in England :7-22 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2012. Who is E. D. Hirsch? Primary First, :18-18

Brundrett M. 2012. Understanding where you’re at now: evaluating for improvement Curriculum Briefing, 10 :14-14

Brundrett M. 2012. Hurdle jumping: overcoming creative blocks Curriculum Briefing, 10 :38-40

Brundrett M. 2012. Reforming primary education: The need for dialogue and consensus Education 3-13, 41 :121-124 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2012. The National Curriculum review and the importance of clear aims: The need for speed or a time for reflection and consideration? Education 3-13, 40 :445-450 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2012. The academisation of education: Are schools getting better, worse, or just changing names? Education 3-13, 40 :223-226 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2012. A year of change and a year of anniversaries: Ofsted, the National Curriculum, Education 3-13 and The Prince's Trust Education 3-13, 40 :113-116 >DOI

Brundrett M, Rhodes C. 2012. Retaining Leadership Talent in Schools International Studies in Educational Administration, 40 :19-34

Brundrett M, Radwan A. 2012. An Examination of the Ability of the Heads of Department to Make Decisions in Libyan Universities Innovation in Practice, :121-132

Brundrett M. 2011. The global challenge for primary schools: Education in a world of 7 billion people Education 3-13, 39 :451-453 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2011. How to be an outstanding manager of your curriculum Curriculum Briefing, 10 :3-8

Torstensson G, Brundrett M. 2011. The impact of HIV/AIDS on primary education in botswana: Educating children as agents of change Education 3-13, 39 :395-413 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2011. The implementation of government policy on primary education: From analysis to action Education 3-13, 39 :339-342 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2011. The National Curriculum review: Remit and response Education 3-13, 39 :217-220 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2011. The national curriculum review, access to schooling and early years education Education 3-13, 39 :103-105 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2011. Editorial Education 3-13, 39 :1-3 >DOI

Zhang W, Brundrett M. 2011. Developing primary leadership in England: an interpretivist perspective Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education,

Brundrett M, Duncan D. 2011. Leading curriculum innovation in primary schools Management in Education,

Brundrett M, Duncan D, Rhodes C. 2010. Leading curriculum innovation in primary schools project: an interim report on school leaders’ roles in curriculum development in England Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, 38 :403-420 >DOI

Zhang W, Brundrett M. 2010. School Leaders’ Perspectives on leadership learning: the case for informal and experiential learning Managementr in Education, :154-158

Brundrett M. 2010. Political sensitivity, quality and neo-colonialism in primary education Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, :113-116

Brundrett M. 2010. New government, new curriculum: times of change in primary education in the UK Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, :1-3

Rhodes C, Brundrett M, Nevill A. 2009. Just the ticket? The National Professional Qualification and the transition to headship in the East Midlands of England EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, 61 :449-468 >DOI >Link

Rhodes C, Brundrett M. 2009. Leadership development and school improvement EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, 61 :361-374 >DOI >Link

Rhodes C, Brundrett M, Nevill A. 2009. Just the ticket? The National Professional Qualification and the transition to headship in the East Midlands of England 61, 61 :449-468 >DOI

Rhodes C, Brundrett M. 2009. Growing the leadership talent pool: perceptions of heads, middle leaders and classroom teachers about professional development and leadership succession planning within their own schools Professional Development in Education, 35 :381-398 >DOI

Rhodes C, Brundrett M. 2009. Leadership development and school improvement Educational Review, :361-374

Gkolia C, Brundrett M, Switzer J. 2009. An Education Action Zone at work: primary teacher perceptions of the efficacy of a creative learning and collaborative leadership project Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, :131-144

Brundrett M. 2009. The testing of primary school pupils – time for a complete overhaul of the system? International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, :199-202

Brundrett M. 2009. The testing of primary school pupils – time for a complete overhaul of the system? International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, :199-202

Brundrett M. 2009. The testing of primary school pupils – time for a complete overhaul of the system? International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, :199-202

Brundrett M. 2009. The global challenges in primary school leadership International Studies in Educational Administration, :74-90

Rhodes C, Brundrett M. 2008. What makes my school a good training ground for leadership development?: Classroom teachers from 70 contextually different primary and secondary schools in England Management in Education, 22 :18-23 >DOI

Brundrett M, De Cuevas RA. 2008. Setting an agenda for the development of the next generation of school leaders: A commitment to social justice or simply making up the numbers? School Leadership and Management, 28 :247-260 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2008. Editorial School Leadership and Management, 28 :407-411 >DOI

Hammersley-Fletcher L, Brundrett M. 2008. Collaboration, collegiality and leadership from the head: The complexities of shared leadership in primary school settings Management in Education, 22 :11-16 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2008. Professional School Leadership: Dealing with Dilemmas Educational Review, :447-448

Brundrett M. 2008. International perspectives on primary and elementary school leadership School Leadership and Management, :407-411

Brundrett M. 2008. The legacy of Sir Alec Clegg: Are we witnessing a return to child-centredness in primary education? Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, :99-100

Brundrett M. 2008. Raising the profile of primary education Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, :310-313

Brundrett M. 2008. Raising the profile of primary education Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, :310-313

Brundrett M. 2008. Raising the profile of primary education Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, :310-313

Hammersley-Fletcher L, Brundrett M. 2008. Collaboration, collegiality and leadership from the headteacher : the complexities of shared leadership in primary school settings Management in Education, :11-16

Rhodes C, Brundrett M, Nevill A. 2008. Leadership and talent identification: perceptions of Heads, middle leaders and classroom teachers in 70 contextually different primary and secondary schools in England Educational Management Administration and Leadership, :311-336 >DOI

Brundrett M. 2008. Education in a new era: the ferment in our primary schools School Leadership and Management, :247-260

Brundrett M, Addison R. 2008. Motivation and demotivation of teachers in primary schools: the challenge of change Education 3-13, :79-94

Brundrett M. 2008. Education in a new era: the ferment in our primary schools Education 3-13, :1-2

Brundrett M, Rhodes C. 2008. What makes my school a good training ground for leadership development? Management in Education, :18-23

Brundrett M. 2008. Professional school leadership: dealing with dilemmas EDUCATIONAL REVIEW, 60 :447-448 >Link

Brundrett M. 2007. How Very Effective Primary Schools Work School Leadership and Management, :203-204

Brundrett M. 2007. Educational Leadership: Ambiguity, Professionals and Managerialism Educational Management, Administration and Leadership, :432-434

Brundrett M, Anderson de Cuevas R. 2007. Setting an agenda for social justice through leadership development Management in Education, :44-48

Brundrett M. 2007. Bringing creativity back into primary education Education 3-13, :105-108

Brundrett M, Gkolia C, Switzer J. 2007. St Helen’s EAZ: creative learning/ collaborative leadership project Management in Education, :25-29

Brundrett M, Isherwood M, Johnson H. 2007. Performance management – motivating and developing good teachers? The experiences of teachers in a small school Education 3-13, :71-82

Brundrett M. 2007. Two decades of reform in education: do we need a review of primary education? Education 3-13, :1-3

Brundrett M. 2006. The 21st Century Principal School Leadership and Management, :505-505

Brundrett M, Fitzgerald T, Sommefeldt D. 2006. The Creation of National Programmes of School Leadership Development in England and New Zealand: a comparative study International Studies in Educational Administration, :89-106

Brundrett M, Rhodes C. 2006. Planning for leadership succession: creating a talent pool in primary schools Education 3-13, :259-268

Brundrett M. 2006. Crisis, what crisis? Teacher satisfaction in times of change Education 3-13, :197-200

Brundrett M. 2006. Evaluating the individual and combined impact of national leadership programmes in England: perceptions ad practices Schgool Leadership and Management, :473-488

Brundrett M. 2006. The impact of leadership training: stories from a small school Education 3-13, :173-184

Brundrett M. 2006. Educational research and its implications for educational practice Education 3-13, :99-102

Brundrett M, Naylor P, Gkolia C. 2006. Leading from the Middle: an initial study of impact Management in Education,

Brundrett M, Rhodes C. 2006. The identification, development, succession and retention of leadership talent in contextually different primary schools: a case study located within the English West Midlands School Leadership and Management, :269-288

Brundrett M, Slavikova L, Karabac S, Dering A, Nicolaidou M. 2006. Educational leadership development in England and the Czech Republic: comparing perspectives School Leadership and Management, :93-106

Brundrett M, Dering A. 2006. The rise of leadership development programmes: a global phenomenon and a complex web School Leadership and Managment, :89-92

Brundrett M, Turner-Bisset R. 2006. Very different and very much the same: thirty years of Education 3-13 Education 3-13, :1-4

Brundrett M. 2006. Leading the small rural primary school: the challenges of headship Education 3-13, :44-48

Brundrett M. 2005. The Essentials of School Leadership School Leadership and Management, :315-316

Brundrett M. 2005. Theories of Educational Leadership and Management School Leadership and Management, :210-211

Brundrett M, Dering A, Slavikovs L, Karabac S, Murden B. 2005. Educational leadership development in Finland, the Netherlands and France: an initial comparative report Management in Education, :34-37

Brundrett M, Rhodes C. 2005. Leadership succession in schools: a cause for concern? Management in Education, :15-18

Brundrett M, Yeung J. 2005. The effective principal: a case study of Ying Wa College, Hong Kong Management in Education, :28-31

Brundrett M, Hammersley-Fletcher L. 2005. Leaders on leadership: the thoughts of primary school headteachers and subject leaders School Leadership and Management, :59-76

Brundrett M. 2004. Policy and Practice in Education 9: School Leadership School Leadership and Management, :361-362

Brundrett M. 2004. Policy and Practice in Education 9: School Leadership School Leadership and Management, :361-362

Brundrett M, Melini M, Burton N. 2004. Managing LSAs: and evaluation of the use of learning support assistants in an urban primary school School Leadership and Management, :125-138

Brundrett M. 2004. Leadership and Creativity Education 3-13, :64-70

Brundrett M. 2003. The Moral Imperative of School Leadership School Leadership and Management, :499-499

Brundrett M. 2003. International Perspectives on Educational Leadership International Studies in Educational Administration, :76-77

Brundrett M. 2002. Professional Leadership in Schools School Leadership and Management, :226-227

Brundrett M. 2002. Education for Values: Morals, Ethics and Citizenship in Contemporary Teaching School Leadership and Management, :226-226

Brundrett M. 2002. Extra Learning: new opportunities for the out of school hours School Leadership and Management, :96-96

Brundrett M. 2002. Mission, Faith and Management: Co-constructing Leadership in a Beacon School Education 3-13, :42-47

Brundrett M. 2001. Learning Schools: Learning Systems School Leadership and Management, :242-243

Brundrett M. 2001. The Politics of Professionalism: Teachers and the Curriculum School Leadership and Management, :240-241

Brundrett M. 2001. School leadership preparation in England and the USA: a comparative analysis Educational Management and Administration, :229-245

Brundrett M. 2001. Sharing success: the development of the First Beacon Schools in England International Studies in Educational Administration, :19-28

Brundrett M, Burton N. 2001. Beacon school leadership: nurturing success? Management in Education, :25-26

Brundrett M, Burton N. 2001. The first year of Beacon School status: maintaining excellence and sharing success School Leadership and Management, :489-498

Brundrett M. 2000. Reclaiming Education School Leadership and Management, :500-501

Brundrett M. 2000. If You Want to Lead, Not Just Manage: A Primer for Principals School Leadership and Management, :499-499

Brundrett M. 2000. The International Handbook of School Effectiveness Research The International Handbook of School Effectiveness Research, :394-395

Brundrett M. 2000. Bringing Out the Best in Teachers: What Effective Principals Do School Leadership and Management, :395-396

Brundrett M. 2000. Bringing Out the Best in Teachers: What Effective Principals Do School Leadership and Management, :395-396

Brundrett M. 2000. Hackney Downs: The School That Dared to Fight School Leadership and Management, :113-113

Brundrett M. 2000. The question of competence: the origins, strengths and inadequacies of an educational paradigm School Leadership and Management, :353-370

Brundrett M. 1999. The Educator’s Guide to Solutioning School Leadership and Management, :516-516

Brundrett M. 1999. Transforming Learning with Block Scheduling: A Guide for Principals School Leadership and Management, :390-391

Brundrett M. 1999. Whole Faculty Study Groups: a powerful way to enhance learning School Leadership and Management, :389-390

Brundrett M. 1999. The National Professional Qualification for Headship: perceptions of the providers of taught higher degrees in educational management in England and Wales School Leadership and Management, :497-510

Brundrett M. 1999. The range of provision of taught higher degrees in educational management in England and Wales International Studies in Educational Administration, :43-59

Brundrett M. 1998. What lies behind collegiality, legitimation or control?: An analysis of the purported benefits of collegial management in education Educational Management Administration and Leadership, 26 :305-316 >DOI

Brundrett M. 1998. The literacy hour: an end to the reading debate? Education Today, :3-6

Brundrett M. 1998. What lies behind collegiality, legitimation or control? Educational Management and Administration, :10-27

Brundrett M. 1997. Who should teach teachers? Political ideology and teacher education in England and Wales Education Today, :42-49

Brundrett M. 1994. Making Change Happen Education Today, :3-3

Brundrett M. 1991. The virtuous circle: creating a primary school language policy Education Today, :28-325

Brundrett M. 1990. Information technology in the classroom: a radical approach to implementation Education Today, :32-34

Brundrett M, Mai TTD. The challenge of ensuring gender equality in Vietnamese and English high schools: espoused and real commitments International Journal of Comparative Education and Development,

Brundrett M. Leading Schools in Times of Change: Are Collegiality and Distributed Leadership Suitable Approaches for Primary Schools Primary First, :20-26

Chapters

Brundrett M. 2016. ‘Planning’, in D. Wyse and S. Rogers, A Guide To Early Years and Primary Teaching Wyse D, Rogers S. A Guide To Early Years and Primary Teaching Sage. London

Brundrett M. 2012. Leading and managing change Principles of School Leadership Sage. London

Brundrett M. 2010. Developing your leadership team Davies B, Brundrett M. Developing Successful Leadership Springer. New York

Rhodes C, Brundrett M. 2010. Leadership for learning Bush T. Principles of Educational Leadership and Management (2nd Edition) Sage. London

Torstensson G, Brundrett M. 2008. The educational impact of HIV/ AIDS in Africa Kassem D. Educational Studies: A Reader Open University8 Press. Milton Keynes

Silcock P, Brundrett M. 2006. Co-constructing learning in primary schools: new perspectives on pedagogy Webb R. Changing Teaching and Learning in the Primary School Open University Press. Maidenhead

Silcock P, Brundrett M. 2006. Co-constructing learning in primary schools: new perspectives on pedagogy Webb R. Changing Teaching and Learning in the Primary School Open University Press. Maidenhead

Brundrett M, Burton N. 2003. Leading high performing schools Brundrett M, Burton N, Smith R. Leadership in Education Sage. London

Brundrett M. 2003. The role of the subject leader Brundrett M, Terrell I. Learning to Lead in the Secondary School Routledge Falmer. London

Brundrett M, Burton N. 2003. Leading high performing schools Brundrett M, Burton N, Smith R. Leadership in Education Sage. London

Brundrett M, Duncan D, Smith G. 2001. Re-creating the ‘Virtuous Circle’: new directions in the teaching of English Brundrett M, Duncan D, Silcock P. The Primary School Curriculum Peter Francis. King's Lynn

Silcock P, Brundrett M. 2001. Managing the Curriculum: Implications for Management Middlewood D, Burton N. Managing the Curriculum Paul Chapman. London

Brundrett M. 2000. The development of the Beacon Schools Scheme Brundrett M, Burton N. The Beacon School Experience: case studies in excellence Peter Francis. King’s Lynn

Brundrett M. 1999. Education Management Training and Development: lessons from the past Brundrett M. Principles of School Leadership Peter Francis. King’s Lynn

Books

Burton N, Brundrett M, Jones M. 2014. Doing Your Education Research Project SAGE 9781446293164

Brundrett M, Rhodes C. 2014. Researching Educational Leadership and Management Sage. London

Brundrett M, Bottery M, Silcock P, Webb R, Burton N, Duncan D, Zhang W. 2013. Education 3-13 Routledge 9781136156762

Brundrett M, Rhodes C. 2010. Leadership for Learning: Quality and Accountability in Education Routledge. London

Burton N, Brundrett M, Jones M. 2008. Doing Your Research Project: Research Skills for the Educational Practitioner Sage. London

Silcock P, Brundrett M. 2002. Competence, Success and Excellence in Teachin Routledge-Flamer. London

Brundrett M. 2000. Beyond Competence: The Challenge for Educational Management Peter Francis. King's Lynn

Brundrett M. 1995. Technology in the Classroom Norwood. Halifax

Other

Brundrett M. 2000. Manager or scholar for the top job? Times Educationa; Supplement, :30-30

Brundrett M, Burton N. 1999. Beacons should relax and enjoy their success Times Educational Supplement, :24-24

Engagement & Impact

Award:

Award title: Doctor of Letters (DLitt), Awarding body: University of Keele

Award title: BA, Awarding body: CNAA

Award title: PGCE, Awarding body: CNAA

Award title: MA, Awarding body: University of Keele

Award title: MEd, Awarding body: University of Keele

Award title: EdD, Awarding body: University of Leicester

Award title: PhD, Awarding body: University of Hertfordshire

Conference organisation:

Conference name: ‘Language, and literacy in the primary curriculum’, Position: Funding applicant and conference co-organiser

Conference name: ‘Assessment and accountability and the primary curriculum’, Position: Funding applicant and conference co-organiser

Conference name: ‘Creativity and the primary curriculum’, Position: Funding applicant and conference organiser

Conference name: Poverty, Inequality and Educational Attainment: what difference does local collaboration make?, Position: Funding acquisition and conference presentation, URL: https://www.keele.ac.uk/sspp/research/publicpolicy/researchprojects/raisingattainmentatks1/

Conference name: The future of Primary Teacher Education, Position: Conference organiser and co-Chair

Conference name: Listening to student voices: ITT seminar series, Position: Conference organiser and co-Chair

Conference name: The future of the National Curriculum, Position: Conference Organiser

Editorial boards:

Publication: International Studies in Educational Administration, Position: Member of the International Editorial Advisory Board

Publication: School Leadership and Management, Position: Member of the Editorial Board

Publication: Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, Position: Executive Editor

External collaboration:

Institution: University of Manchester, Durham University,. Open University, University of London Institute of Education, University of Cambridge, Collaborator: Prof Olwen McNamara, Prof Peter Tymms, Prof Teresa Cremin, Prof Dominic Wise, Prof Robin Alexander

Institution: Edge Hill University, UK and Yamaguchi University, Japan., Collaborator: Dr Gabriella Torstensson and Prof Marilyn Higgins

Institution: University of Bedfordshire, Collaborator: Dr Neil Burton

Institution: University of Manchester, Collaborator: Prof Olwen McNmara and Professor Rosemary Webb

Institution: University of Birmingham, Collaborator: Dr Christopher Rhodes

Institution: University of Birmingham, Collaborator: Dr Christopher Rhodes

External committees:

Committee name: Executive Committee, Organisation: Association for the Study of Primary Education, Position: Member

External PGR examinations performed:

Name of University: University of Hull, Award student examined for: PhD, Thesis title: Education

Name of University: University of Warwick, Award student examined for: PhD, Thesis title: Education

Name of University: University of Birmingham, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate, Thesis title: Education

Name of University: University of London, Institute of Education, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate, Thesis title: Education

Name of University: University of Western Australia, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate, Thesis title: Education

Name of University: University of Hull, Award student examined for: PhD, Thesis title: Education

Name of University: University of Warwick, Award student examined for: PhD, Thesis title: Education

Name of University: University of Manchester, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Lincoln, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Lincoln, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Lincoln, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Lincoln, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Lincoln, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Lincoln, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Lincoln, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Western Australia, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Western Australia, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of London Institute of Education, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of London Institute of Education, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Birmingham, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Birmingham, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Birmingham, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Birmingham, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: Open University, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: Open University, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: Open University, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: Open University, Award student examined for: Professional Doctorate

Name of University: University of Warwick, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Warwick, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Manchester, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Manchester, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Leeds, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Hull, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Hull, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Hull, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Hull, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Cambridge, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Birmingham, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Birmingham, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: University of Birmingham, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: Anglia Ruskin University, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: Anglia Ruskin University, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: Anglia Ruskin University, Award student examined for: PhD

Name of University: Alagappa University, Tamil Nadu, India, Award student examined for: PhD

External PGR Supervision - completed students:

Name of University: Open University, Award gained by the student: Addison, R.

Name of University: Open University, Award gained by the student: Worger, R.

Name of University: Open University, Award gained by the student: Jones, S.

Name of University: University of Edinburgh, Award gained by the student: Torrance, D.

Name of University: Zhang, W., Award gained by the student: Zhang, W.

Name of University: University of Leciester, Award gained by the student: Torstensson, G.

Name of University: University of Leciester, Award gained by the student: Ron, T.

Name of University: University of Leciester, Award gained by the student: Cohen, O.

Name of University: University of Leciester, Award gained by the student: Terrell, I.

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award gained by the student: Rantissi, G.

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award gained by the student: Heilweil, I.

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award gained by the student: Shlomo, T.

Name of University: University of Leicester, Award gained by the student: 1) Kovrigaro, R.

Fellowships:

Fellowship title: Fellow, Organisation: College of Teachers

Fellowship title: Fellow, Organisation: Higher Education Academy

Fellowship title: Winston Churchill Travelling Fellowship, Organisation: Winston Churchill Trust

Fellowship title: School Teacher Fellowship, Organisation: Sidney Sussex College Cambridge

Fellowship title: Member of the British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society, Organisation: British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Scoiety

Membership of professional bodies:

Member, Association for the Study of Primary Education

Member, Philosophy of Education ?Society of Great Britian

Member, British Educational Research Association

Fellow of the College of Teachers, College of Teachers/ College of Preceptors

Member of the British Educational Research Association, British Educational Researfch Association

Research Grants Awarded:

Cambridge Primary Review Trust, Cambridge Primary Review Regional Network, Rowley, A., De Sallis, C, Grant value (£): £1000

Association for the Study of Primary Education, Liverpool ResearchNet: Liverpool Primary School Research Network, Rowley, A., De Sallis, C., Stanley, G.,, Grant value (£): £2,921, Duration of research project: Three years

Association for the Study of Primary Education, Seminar series: The Primary Curriculum, Grant value (£): 20,000, Duration of research project: two years

The British Academy, The Effects of the National Student Survey on Higher Education: A close-up study, Frankham, J., Grant value (£): £10,000, Duration of research project: One year

Association for the Study of Primary Education, Administrative support and personal funding for the Executive Editorship of Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, Grant value (£): £54,000, Duration of research project: Three years

ASPE/ NAPE, Seminar on the future of the National Curriculum, Grant value (£): £2000, Duration of research project: Three months

Japanese Ministry of Education, Cross-cultural comparative research: children's sense of self-affirmation, Higgins, M. and Torstensson, G., Grant value (£): 1,300,000 Yen (£10,500.00), Duration of research project: Two years

National College for School Leadership, New model National Professional Qualification for Headship Curriculum Leadership module, Grant value (£): £25,000, Duration of research project: One year

Association for the Study of Primary Education, Listening to student voices: ITT seminar series, Burton, N., Grant value (£): £4000, Duration of research project: One year

Association for the Study of Primary Education, Administrative support and personal funding for the Executive Editorship of Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, Grant value (£): £37,501, Duration of research project: Three years

National College for the Leadership of Schools and Children’s Services, Curriculum Innovation in Primary Schools, Grant value (£): £33,421, Duration of research project: One year

Cambridge Primary Review/ Esmee Fairbairn Foundation, Primary teachers: initial teacher education, continuing professional development and school leadership development, McNamara, O. and Webb, R., Grant value (£): £1500, Duration of research project: Six months

Association for the Study of Primary Education, Administrative support for Education 3-13: International Journal of Primary, Elementary and Early Years Education, Grant value (£): £15,000, Duration of research project: Three years

East Midlands Leadership Centre, The journey into headship: an evaluation of the route from the National Professional Qualification for Headship (NPQH) to Headship in the East Midlands, Rhodes, C., Grant value (£): £15,000, Duration of research project: One year

Bolton Local Authority, Evaluation of the Bolton Career Development Centre for School Staff, Gkolia, C., Grant value (£): £10,000, Duration of research project: One year

St. Helen’s Education Action Zone, Evaluation of the St Helen’s Education Action Zone, Gkolia, C. and Switzer, J., Grant value (£): £5000, Duration of research project: Six months

National College for School Leadership, The Identification, Development, Succession and Retention of Leadership Talent in Schools: A Survey of Primary and Secondary Schools within Selected English Local Education Authorities, Rhodes, C., Grant value (£): £20,000, Duration of research project: One year

University of Manchester/ National College for School Leadership (NCSL), Evaluation of the Impact of Leadership Programmes Project (ILP Project), Grant value (£): £62,933, Duration of research project: One year

National College for School Leadership/ BECTa, Evaluation of the ‘Strategic Leadership of ICT’ Programme – National Rollout, Comber, C., Grant value (£): £20000, Duration of research project: Two years

Bedford Beacon Schools consortium, Research Advisor, Grant value (£): £1000, Duration of research project: One year

Anglia Polytechnic University, Advisor for the development of the PhD scheme, Grant value (£): £3000, Duration of research project: Two years

National College for School Leadership, Leadership in Multi-Ethnic Schools, Dimmock, C., Grant value (£): £20000, Duration of research project: One year

Nottinghamshire Local Education Authority, Evaluation of the Nottinghamshire Improving the Quality of Education for All Project, Watling, R., Busher, H., Harrison, J. and Wortley, A., Grant value (£): £10000, Duration of research project: One year

Bedford Beacon Schools consortium, Research advisor to Bedfordshire LEA, Bedford Beacon Schools consortium, Grant value (£): £1000, Duration of research project: One year

Teacher Training Agency, School Effectiveness and Improvement: A Review of the Literature, Research Report, Grant value (£): £1000, Duration of research project: 3 months

NCSL/ BECTa, Evaluation of the NCSL/ BECTa Strategic Leadership in ICT Programme (SLICT), Grant value (£): £20000, Duration of research project: One year

Ultralab, Advisor to the development of the ‘Think.Com’ online learning environment, Grant value (£): £1000, Duration of research project: One year

Winston Churchill Fund, Travelling Fellowship, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia; The Library of Congress, Washington D.C.; Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Grant value (£): £5000, Duration of research project: two months

Teaching qualification:

Title of qualification gained: Post Graduate Certificate in Education