Doctoral Researcher in Education at University of Nottingham
8 Dec 2022
Rosanna Wilson is a doctoral researcher in Education within the Centre for Research in Human Flourishing at the University of Nottingham. Having researched character education in schools for her Master’s in Education at the University of Manchester, her current research explores teachers’ perspectives of wellbeing in secondary school, and the tensions in interpreting conceptualisations of wellbeing into school practice. She is co-chair of the civic group Nottingham Climate Assembly, and an education lead for the lottery-funded Nottingham Youth Climate Assembly, an ongoing youth-led action project in Nottingham. She is also a practising secondary modern foreign language teacher with 10 years’ experience in the classroom.