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Elizabeth is a lecturer for the Institute of Childhood and Education where she teaches at undergraduate and postgraduate level in subjects such as Inclusion, Special Educational Needs and Disabilities, and Mental Health in Context.

She is an expert in school bullying and has developed evidence-based strategies and pupil-led interventions to resolve school bullying. These inteventions feature in her book, 'The Teacher's Guide to Resolving School Bullying'. 

Teaching and Administration

Elizabeth is a module leader and teaches the following modules: 

Inclusion, Special Needs and Disabilities 

Mental Health in Context 

Level 6 Research Project 

Education, Inequality and Social Justice

Power, Inclusion and Diversity of Need

Special Educational Needs and Diversity in Practice 

Level 7 Major Project 


Peer reviewer for Journal of Interpersonal Violence 

Research interests

School bullying 

Mental health 


Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Education, Where does bullying exist in children's everyday experiences of school?, University of Huddersfield

… → 2012

Master of Science, Applied Psychology of Learning Disabilities , University of Portsmouth

… → 2004

Bachelor of Science, Psychology, University of Central Lancashire

… → 2001

External positions


  • H Social Sciences
  • bullying
  • school
  • special needs
  • mental health

REF 2029 UOA

  • UOA23 - Education


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