Our staff

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  • Karen McGrath

    Programme Director, PGCE Post-Compulsory Education and Training

    Karen has extensive experience of teaching and managing GCSE and A Level programmes in FE. She has been instrumental in setting up tutorial systems in FE, applying the concepts of Personal Development Planning (PDP) to these systems. She has assisted Professor Alex Kendall in co-writing I don’t think I’ve ever had discussions...

  • Imran Mogra

    Senior Lecturer in Religious Education and Professional Studies

    I am a senior lecturer in Religious Education and Professional Studies in the School of Education.

  • Albert Moylan

    Senior Lecturer/Programme Director - BSc (Hons) Social Work

    Born in the Republic of Ireland, Albert obtained a degree in Commerce and initially started out on a career in business. He discovered that his interest in people, social problems, inequality, deprivation and disadvantage far outweighed his interest in commerce. After moving to the UK in 1986 and settling in Birmingham,...

  • Caroline Mytton

    Senior Lecturer in Professional Studies

    My teaching career has encompassed working with children aged 5-13 years in Primary and Middle schools within Dudley and Worcestershire Education authorities. Prior to taking up employment at Birmingham City University, I was an Advanced Skills Teacher specialising in supporting schools in North Worcestershire in English in KS2...

  • Don Newton

    Senior Lecturer Mathematics Education

    Having graduated from Reading University I took up my first teaching post at an innovative community school in Telford, Madeley Court, where I worked as head of department. From there as a deputy headteacher at another community school in Nottingham, eventually taking up a headteacher post at a large secondary school near...

  • Dr Jane O'Connor

    Reader in Childhood Studies

    Jane is particularly interested in researching cultural aspects of childhood and media/technology. She has extensive experience using a variety of qualitative research methods including discourse analysis.

  • Inderjit Patel

    Senior Lecturer/Programme Director

    Inderjit has delivered teaching and learning across a range of modules on professional social work programmes including Social Work Theory and Method, Law, Values and Ethics, Sociology, Child Protection, Mental Health and Inter professional practice during the last 10 years as a Senior Lecturer in Social Work. She has also...

  • Alison Pemberton

    Senior Lecturer in English

    I am currently seconded to BCU for 12 months from a local primary school. I have been a primary school teacher for fourteen years and have taught across all the year groups in the primary age range. I have been a member of SLT for several years and have coordinated a variety of subjects and phases.

  • Paul Purser

    PGCE Primary and Early Years Education Course Director

    Having completed a Science degree, Paul undertook a PGCE and qualified in 1990. He has always led Science within school in addition to his teaching and leadership commitments. Alongside this he developed his skills in whole school leadership, leading year groups and phases within school. This range of experience enabled Paul...

  • Mary-Rose Puttick

    PhD Student / Assistant Lecturer

    Mary-Rose's research and teaching background comes from 13 years of teaching ESOL and Family Learning in an Adult Education context to adults from diverse migrant contexts, including refugees and asylum seekers. As part of her PhD research, she is currently voluntary teaching in two third-sector refugee venues in Birmingham. ...

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