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Mrs Sarah Donkin


Sarah Donkin

Lecturer in Education and Childhood Studies

Biography Sarah has more than fifteen years' experience of teaching and supporting students in further and higher education and a Masters in Inclusive Education. Her teaching specialisms include safeguarding in education and inclusive education.

She previously worked in a number of social care settings including a local authority children's home.

Sarah is particularly interested in the role of education in promoting inclusion and diversity including research involving awarding gaps, access and transitions to higher education, widening participation and the decolonisation of curricula.
Teaching and Learning Equality, Diversity & Inclusion (Level 4)
Safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of young children (Level 4)
Safeguarding and promoting the wellbeing of children (Level 5)
Inclusive and Special Education: Debates, Theories and Implications for Practice (Level 7)
Dissertation (Level 6 & 7)
Work based pedagogy (Level 5)