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Sarah O’Neill, Mrs

PGR Research Student at Queen's University Belfast

Sarah O’Neill is a qualified languages teacher (CELTA, PGCE) and PhD research student in modern language education policy at Queen’s University Belfast. Her PhD is entitled: ‘Developing CLIL-informed Policy and Practice in Language Education’. She has taught English, French and German to children aged 5 to 18 in mainstream, international and charity sector schools, as well as working as a teacher of adults seeking refugee status and as a university course tutor. Her research investigates the policy traction of Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) within the UK and Ireland.

Sarah O’Neill's contributions

BERA Annual Conference – ECR Presentation Award

BERA aims to celebrate and promote the work of our Early Career Researcher Network. We are presenting a prize to the best Early Career researcher presentation at this year’s conference. The top...

Conference 2023 best paper award