Bonnie Kerr

Bonnie Kerr BA QTS, MA

Bonnie Kerr

Bonnie Kerr

Senior Lecturer

Department of Teacher Education

Faculty of Education and Health

Bonnie Kerr is a Senior Lecturer specialising in Education and Professional Studies in the Department of Primary Education at the University of Greenwich.

Bonnie holds a first class honours degree in Primary Education with Qualified Teacher Status. In addition she has a masters degree in Primary Education with science as a specialism.

She has worked in the education sector for many years, gaining expertise in both the key stage 2 primary sector and the informal science education sector. She then took on a key role in the education department at the Natural History Museum in London.

Bonnie joins us from the University of Birmingham, where she lectured in Primary School Direct (ITE) and will now be lecturing on the Primary Education (2-Year Accelerated Degree) at the University of Greenwich. Bonnie will also be a Link Tutor for the School Direct programmes and supporting the teaching of science across the Primary Education department.

Posts Held Previously:
  • 2014-2016, Science Educator, Natural History Museum, London
  • 2016 (6 months) Lecturer in Primary School Direct, University of Birmingham
  • 2011-2013, Year 4 Primary Teacher and ICT Coordinator, St Thomas of Canterbury C of E Junior School
  • 2011-2013, Learning Volunteer, Natural History Museum, London

Bonnie teaches on the BA Hons Primary Education (2-Year Accelerated Degree).

Her contribution to teaching in other areas include:

  • Science and research methods
  • Link tutor on the School Direct programme and other QTS programme routes
  • Engaging in research associated to the role.

Bonnie's interests lie in informal science education, curriculum, pedagogy, global education and professional studies.