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Dr Guy Roberts-Holmes
Room 551
UCL Institute of Education, University College London
20 Bedford Way
London
WC1H 0AL
Appointment
  • Senior Lecturer in Early Childhood Education
  • IOE - Learning & Leadership
  • UCL Institute of Education
Biography

He was trained as a Primary and Early Years teacher and worked in central London for a number of years before completing my Masters degree (Kings College London) and then PhD (University of Nottingham) in Urban Education.


Research Summary

Dr Guy Roberts-Holmes is an Associate Professor at UCL, Institute of Education. His research focuses upon the datafication of accountability and its governing effects. His national report  The Introduction of the Reception Baseline Assessment (Bradbury and Roberts-Holmes, 2015) won the BERA Impact Award (2016). His national report Grouping in the Early Years and Key Stage 1: A necessary evil (Bradbury and Roberts-Holmes, 2018) demonstrated the rise and impacts of ability labelling in the early years and primary school and was reported on the front page of The Guardian. His latest book The Datafication of Early Years and Primary Education (Bradbury and Roberts-Holmes, 2017) examines the development and impact of hyper-accountability through processes of digitalization. 


Teaching Summary

 He is the Department for Learning and Leadership, Engagement and Impact Lead. 

He is the Module leader for Early Childhood Education Module and teaches on Contemporary Issues in the Early Years and Dissertation Modules.  He supervises seven Masters students and five PhD students.


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