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Convenor

Victoria Pugh, Mrs

Primary Lecturer in PSHE and RSE,Head of SENDI and Diversity at University of Worcester

Victoria is a senior lecturer at the University of Worcester specialising in PSHE and RSE. She is also the SENDI and diversity lead for Initial Teacher Education (ITE) teaching on both undergraduate and postgraduate courses. Victoria has 15 years of experience in early years, primary and secondary education including UK and international curricula. She has developed a PSHE framework for University ITE with the PSHE association and leads a number of network groups within Herefordshire and Worcestershire to support teachers and schools with PSHE education and SENDi.

Victoria Pugh's contributions

Playful Learning and Curriculum

13 Mar 2023 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Play has a vital role in helping us live happy and healthy lives. Engaging the imagination in playful learning is crucial in helping us make sense of things, and in fostering the creativity and...

Children in forest looking at leaves as a researcher together with the magnifying glass.

Upcoming event

Spotlight on SEND: Curriculum design and practice

On 24 March 2022, the British Curriculum Forum (BCF) ran the Spotlight on SEND: Curriculum Design and Practice online event. The event focused attention on research-informed curriculum design and...

Blog series

Spotlight on SEND: Curriculum Design and Practice

This British Curriculum Forum (BCF) event brought together teachers, practitioners, researchers, leaders, managers, and academics to share their critical perspectives and assumptions about...

Video24 Mar 2022