Fabienne Benoist is the course director for the BA (Hons) Education Top Up programme and a Senior Lecturer in the Centre for Education and School Partnerships.
Ruth Coakley is a Senior Lecturer in education specialising in primary science with interests in assessment and outdoor learning.
Clare’s areas of professional expertise are initial teacher education and education and technology. She is a Senior Lecturer, the Primary PGCE Course Director and the Subject Leader for Computing and ICT in the Division of Education.
Gianna is an Associate Professor in Education Studies. She has over 12 years experience of teaching in primary schools in London and the Midlands. Gianna has written widely about inclusion, diversity and social justice.
Zoë Leadley-Meade is a Senior Lecturer and the Course Director for BA (Hons) Education Studies. Zoë’s research interests are focussed on creative pedagogy as a tool for empowering students.
Prof. Stephen Lerman is a researcher in mathematics education with a major interest in sociological and sociocultural perspectives. A former schoolteacher of mathematics, he gained a PhD in 1986 and has been at LSBU since 1987.
Sophie Mackay is a senior lecturer in Education studies in the Department of Education. Her main areas of interest are citizenship, identity, children's literature and childhood studies.
Nicola has a PhD focussing on inclusive practice with autistic university students. She has 35 years’ experience in education working with disabled pupils and students from nursery age to adults in FE and HE and an international research profile in the field.
Katherine Pechey is a Senior Lecturer in the Education Division, teaching on the PGCE and BA (Hons) Education programmes.
Andrew is Interim Head of Division for Education and Head of Undergraduate Education Programmes in the School of Law and Social Sciences. His research interests revolve around exploring models of ‘good practice’ in teaching and learning.
Helen Thomas is a senior lecturer in the Education Department leading and teaching on Primary Mathematics postgraduate and undergraduate modules as part of Initial Teacher Education and BA (Hons) Education Studies courses.
Simon is the Partnership Manager within the Centre for Education and School Partnerships. He works in partnership with numerous primary schools across London securing high quality placements for trainee teachers and undergraduates.
Dr Helen Young joined London South Bank University (LSBU) in August 2016 from UCL Institute of Education. She is a Senior Lecturer in Education and teaches on the BA Education Studies and the EdD. She also has responsibility for partnerships with alternative educational settings and is Acting Course Director for the EdD.
26 June 2019Open borders in Europe: current challenges from migration and from terrorism … working towards solutions
26 June 2019'Citizenship, Nation-Building and Identity in the EU' - Book Launch and Reception
14 October 2019Graduation Ceremony: School of Arts and Creative Industries; School of Applied Sciences; School of Law and Social Sciences
Law student at LSBU wins double scholarship from the Honourable Society of Inner Temple
17 May 2019
Law students reach finals weekend in national competition
30 August 2018
How black nurses were vital to our health service even before Windrush, a talk by Stephen Bourne
17 May 2018
LSBU supports Southwark Council’s successful bid to regenerate Walworth heritage
12 January 2018
Enhancing global learning on migration and refugee law
21 December 2017
Approval from President of American Bar Association
19 December 2017
LSBU through to quarter finals of Property Law Mooting Competition
19 December 2017
Thomas’ success proves Asperger’s is no barrier in academia
29 November 2017
LSBU leads by example in tackling sustainability challenges
22 November 2017