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Kim Hall

Graduate Tutor

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

 Kim Hall

Kim joined the University in January 2016. Kim has a background in working with very young children, and families in communities. Kim is undertaking doctoral research that uses participatory creative methods to explore the lived experiences of adults living in Kinship Care families.

Before joining the University, Kim worked in the voluntary sector developing and delivering training for those working with families.  Kim has worked on a number of projects including the Relative Experience (RE) project. The RE project, funded by the Big Lottery, was a flagship project working with Kinship Care families in the North East of England.  The project was nominated for a Third Sector award.

 Kim also has a special interest in outdoor risky play for young children.    

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Room H213, Coach Lane Campus (East)
Northumbria University
Newcastle Upon Tyne
NE7 7XA, UK

Qualifications

Childcare BA January 11 2016


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