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Therese Lewis

Senior Lecturer

Department: Social Work, Education and Community Wellbeing

HLS_Northumbria -University -Staff _Therese -LewisPrior to this she held senior management posts in Primary and Secondary Initial Teacher Education and as teacher, lecturer and artist, and has worked with children and adults in high security prisons; primary and secondary schools; universities and colleges; hospitals, hospices and therapeutic respite contexts. She has served as Chief External Examiner for Education at the University of Cumbria and as Chair of Governors for Samuel King’s Secondary School and the North Pennine Secondary and Primary Partnership Schools Trust.

She is a practicing artist and is currently working towards an exhibition of her work combining text, image, sound, narrative and sculptural textiles: Self, Identity, Personhood: the Vessel of Being..

  • Educational Psychology MA (Hons) June 30 1987
  • Member University & College Union (UCU) 2014


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