Cookies and Privacy

The University uses cookies on this website to provide the best experience possible including delivering personalised content on this website, other websites and social media. By continuing to use the site you agree to this, or your can go to our cookie policy to learn more and manage your settings.

Victoria Anne Birmingham

GRTA (Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant)

School of Education and Social Work
0121 202 4674

In 2008 Victoria graduated from the University of Birmingham with a 2:1 in Biological Sciences. After a few years working in retail she started her PGCE in Primary Education at Newman University College (now Newman University). Graduating in 2012, she began her NQT year teaching Year 5 in a deprived area of Birmingham. She continued teaching Year 5 caretaking Science as a subject from her NQT year.

Maths, as a subject, was something she focused on in her CPD (continued professional development). As a result it is a subject she built higher skill in teaching. More recently she changed to supply teaching to get a broader experience teaching in different schools and primary age ranges. Teaching during the changes in curriculum and assessment raised a lot of questions with few answers leading her to pursue education academically and led to her current study at Birmingham City University researching Assessment Without levels.

Current Activity
Areas of Expertise