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Miss Chelle Oldham

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Professional biography

Educator in schools, colleges and universities since 2005 with expertise and published work across Early Childhood, Primary, Secondary, FE and HE. Experienced teacher educator who has achieved all teaching certificates covering 3-11yrs, 11-18yrs and 14-19yrs enabling Chelle to gain experience of all educational age-groups. Chelle started her career with the goal to gain experience and certification of all phases and then aimed to cement her understanding in Doctoral work looking at alternative education and untraditional learners (EdD: Transference of Education Capital from Mature Mothers in Higher Education to their Young Children  /  PhD: Home Education Voices - Narratives of Educational Choices & Spaces) Chelle's is currently formulating a third, and final doctoral study.

Chelle teaches UG, PG, MA and supervises students from wide-ranging backgrounds to achieve their dissertations in Education Policy, Education Studies, Teacher Education and Early Childhood.

Additional experience and expertise lies within the world of academic conduct and the integrity of academic writing. Chelle has been an Academic Conduct Officer since 2009 assisting to develop and integrate academic conduct process within further and higher education organisations. 


Research interests

Early Childhood Research, Rights to Privacy & EC Policy

Early Childhood Brain Development & Teen Brain Development

Childhood Studies - Rights to Privacy

Teacher Education & Success

Educational Policy & Children's Rights, Social Justice

Education Research Methods & Modern Educational Thinking

Alternative Education & Choice

Academic Integrity & Academic Conduct


Teaching interests

Education Policy

Education Capital

Early Childhood Development & Theory

Childhood Studies

Research Methods & Projects

Language Literacy & Mathematics

Alternative Education

Mental Health & Wellbeing in Schools

Brain Development

Impact and engagement

EYQTS Standards

QTS Standards

Nutbrown Review