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Cath Gristy, Dr

Lecturer at Plymouth University

I have been a secondary school science teacher and worked in special needs and pupil referal unit schooling. My doctoral thesis, Life on the edge: the role played by school in the lives of young people from a rural community in the South West of England, reflects my research interests in issues of inclusion and education in rural contexts.
In my role as an academic programme lead, I work to make widening particpation in HE a reality.
I am a member of the British Education Research Association, the European Education Research Association, World Education Research Association and the Society for Research into Higher Education.
I am a trustee of my local community Youth Club and I have co-convene a regional youth hub which supports leaders who work with children and young people.

Cath Gristy's contributions

Small Schools and Effective Curriculum

The BERA SIG for School Effectiveness and Improvement invited school leaders, educational researchers, education policy makers and interested stakeholders to a twilight online panel discussion on...

Past event4 Oct 2023

Small Schools and Effective Curriculum

BERA SIG for School Effectiveness and Improvement invites school leaders, educational researchers, education policy makers and interested stakeholders to a twilight online panel discussion on...

Video4 Oct 2023