Celia Greenway is the PGDip in Primary Education (PGCE Advanced) Primary and Early Years Course leader. Initially as a practitioner Celia taught in schools and nurseries across Worcestershire. Prior to joining the University, she was responsible for developing Higher Education provision within the Further Education Sector, and worked in collaboration with the University of Worcester establishing Foundation degrees for Early Years workers. Since joining the University Celia has managed the Primary programme and her main teaching interests are on the Early Years PGCE, where she is responsible for professional studies and child development. Celia’s PhD research examined the impact of inspection upon the nursery sector; this study involved colleagues from across the state and private sector.
Celia’s main teaching responsibility is on the PGDip in Primary Education (PGCE Advanced) programme; where she teaches professional studies and development aspects of the Early Years curriculum. As well as University based training, she also works with mentors and trainees in partnership schools.
In addition to this Celia contributes to the Childhood, Culture and Education undergraduate degree
Greenway, C. & Martin, G. (2010). Neuroplasticity explained by broad-scale networks and modularity? Dynamical Psychology-An International, Interdisciplinary Journal of Complex Mental Processes. ISSN: 1946-7125.
Rhodes, C. & Greenway, C. (2010). Dramatis personae: enactment and performance in primary school headship, Management in Education, 24, 4, 149-153. DOI: 10.1177/0892020610379145
Unpublished Conference Papers
Szwed, C. & Greenway, C. (2008). Gender balance in primary initial teacher education – some current perspectives, UCET Conference, Birmingham, 2008.