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Charlotte Bagnall, Dr

Lecturer-Psychology of Education at University of Manchester

Dr Charlotte Bagnall is a Lecturer at the University of Manchester within Manchester’s Institute of Education. Charlotte holds a PhD in Psychology from Manchester Metropolitan University and an MSc in Psychology and BSc in English and Psychology from Keele University. Charlotte sits on the BPS Developmental Section committee, the BPS ECR committee and TCELT-INTR committee.

Charlotte is an applied social psychologist and her research is focused on supporting children’s emotional well-being and mental health within schools. She is a mixed-methods researcher, with a particular interest in intervention science and co-creation within education. Charlotte is particularly passionate about school transition and how we can improve children’s emotional well-being during this time

For her PhD Charlotte designed (see Bagnall, 2020) and evaluated (see Bagnall et al., 2021a) the first universal emotional-centred intervention to specifically focus on improving children’s emotional well-being over primary-secondary school transition. This intervention, which was called Talking about School Transition, was informed by focus group and case study research conducted in the UK and USA in mainstream and special schools (See Bagnall et al., 2019, Bagnall et al., 2021b, Bagnall et al., 2021c). Charlotte was invited to present this research at BERA’s Virtual Journal Club Meeting – Practitioner Research event.

Charlotte Bagnall's contributions

A Virtual Journal Club Meeting

Online registration has now closed, please email events@bera.ac.uk to register. As practitioner researchers we are keen to support modes of professional development that empower teachers and...

Past event23 Jun 2022

A Virtual Journal Club Meeting

As practitioner researchers we are keen to support modes of professional development that empower teachers and support their sense of autonomy. Journal Clubs are democratic in nature and allow...

Video23 Jun 2022