Faculty of Education, Health and Wellbeing Staff

Ada Adeghe

Head of Academic, Workforce and Business Development
Institute of Education

Mike Alcock

Lecturer of Primary Education
Institute of Education

Matt Aldridge

Senior Lecturer in Acute Adult Nursing
Institute of Health Professions

Sharon Arkell

Associate Dean, Director of the Institute of Health
Cross Faculty

Janet Bailey

Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing
Institute of Health Professions

Jane Banks

Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Institute of Health Professions

Diana Bannister MBE

Assistant Director Pedagogic Partnerships and Head of Postgraduate Taught Provision
Institute of Education

Anne Barnfather

Senior Lecturer in Adult Nursing
Institute of Health Professions

Julian Barratt

Principal Lecturer / Head of Academic Business and Workforce Development
Institute of Health Professions

Brendan Bartram

Senior Lecturer Education Studies, Education and Special Needs and Inclusion Studies
Institute of Education

Sandie Bates

Senior Lecturer in Post Complusory Education
Institute of Education

Tess Bayliss

Lecturer in Primary Education
Institute of Education

Fiona Beeken

Lecturer in Midwifery
Institute of Health Professions

Louise Beesley

Senior Lecturer in Advanced Clincal Practice
Institute of Health Professions

Brian Bell

Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing
Institute of Health Professions

David Bell

Senior Lecturer in Mental Health Nursing
Institute of Health Professions

Kay Bennett

Lecturer in Childhood and Families Studies (CAFs)
Institute of Education

Peter Bennett

Senior Lecturer - Post Compulsory Education
Institute of Education

James Bethel

Senior Lecturer
Institute of Health Professions

Gill Boast

Senior Lecturer in Community Nursing
Institute of Health

Ms Julie Hall

Senior Lecturer in Secondary Education

Email address: Julie.Hall@wlv.ac.uk Phone number: 01902 . Location: Walsall Campus Faculty: Faculty of Education Health and Wellbeing School/Institute: Institute of Education Areas of expertise: Creative support in school in subject specialism, Drama development in primary sector, Drama development with SEND, NQT Support

About

I began working at the university to help structure the new PGCE qualification in secondary drama in 2015. Throughout my career I had mentored trainee teachers and held the role of subject lead for the University of Wolverhampton for the GTP qualification, until it was phased out. It was a natural step to apply for the full-time post of subject lead for the PGCE drama course. Prior to working at the university I spent twenty-five years working in an urban secondary school as head of drama in a busy performing arts faculty. Before moving to the West Midlands I gained invaluable experience working in the filed of drama and the arts with children who had been categorised as SEND. This was a multi-funded post that involved the creation and delivery of drama and play in a local hospital (family support unit) as well as schools. These experiences have given me a passion for drama and the educational, social and emotional gains it can offer to all.

Membership of professional bodies

  • Member of Wolverhampton Drama Teachers’ Network

Qualifications

  • Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education and Professional Practice – 16th February 2018
  • Teaching Certificate - July 1977