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Ms GRACE HEALY profile picture
  • Student
  • IOE - Curriculum, Pedagogy & Assessment
  • UCL Institute of Education
Grace Healy is the Education Director (Secondary) at David Ross Education Trust. Grace leads the Trust’s curriculum and teacher development work and a curriculum team of Trust-wide subject leads. As part of this role, she works closely with Principals to sustain a model for continuously renewing all aspects of curriculum intent, to build capacity in senior curriculum leadership, and to ensure a culture of subject-sensitivity and disciplinary rigour pervades all work on teacher development. She is also the Director of a newly designated Teaching School Hub. She has previously led the geography subject community across a multi-academy trust of 13 primary and secondary schools and contributed to the leadership of a SCITT. Grace chairs the Teacher Education Phase Committee of the Geographical Association and has been elected on to the Council of the Royal Geographical Society (RGS) as Honorary Secretary (Education). She is Treasurer for GEReCo and the RGS’s Geography and Education Research Group. She also serves on British Educational Research Association’s (BERA) Publication Committee and on the editorial boards of The Curriculum Journal and the London Review of Education. 
Research Summary
Grace is undertaking a PhD at UCL Institute of Education. Her principal research interests are in curriculum theory, senior curriculum leadership, the subject-specific mentoring and professional development of teachers, geography teachers’ curricular theorising, and knowledge-exchange across schools and universities in the domains of both geography and education.
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