Robert Morgan Faculty of Education & Health

Robert Morgan BA Hons, PGCE, MA

Robert Morgan

Robert Morgan
BA Hons, PGCE, MA

Senior Lecturer

Department of Primary Education

Faculty of Education and Health

Robert Morgan is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Primary Education at the University of Greenwich.

Robert is a qualified primary school teacher and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).

Since joining the university in 2007, he has been teaching students to become qualified primary teachers within the Higher Education route for Initial Teacher Education (ITE).

He is currently the Educational & Professional Studies coordinator in the Primary Department. He is a senior lecturer on the undergraduate BA Hons degree and Post Graduate Certification in Education (PGCE) routes.
Other roles include; religious education coordinator, the PGCE Initial School Experience coordinator and the primary department's research coordinator for his colleagues.

He is also a personal tutor and sits on various ITE committees at the university.

Posts held previously:

  • 2004-07, Teacher, St Augustine of Canterbury CE Primary School, Belvedere, Bexley
  • 2000-04, Teacher, St Peter's CE Primary, Walworth, Southwark
  • 1994-2000, Teacher, George Street Primary and Pentwyn Primary, Torfaen
  • Senior Lecturer, Department of Primary Education
  • Lecturer on the BA Hons and PGCE courses
  • Course coordinator for Educational & Professional Studies
  • Department research coordinator for colleagues
  • Attends various ITE committees
  • Personal tutor
  • School Experience coordinator
  • 2015, External Examiner for University of Wolverhampton
  • 2014, Vice Chair of Governing body at Alderwood Primary School, Royal Borough of Greenwich
  • 2013, Committee member of SACRE (Standing Advisory Council for Religious Education), Royal Borough of Greenwich2009, Committee member NaPTEC (National Primary Teacher Education Council), Oxford and London

Robert's thesis year for a Doctorate in Education, explores the deployment of teaching assistants by trainee teachers during their school experience.