After gaining his PGCE in 1994 Russell Manning worked as a Teacher of History at the Earls High School in Halesowen. He worked at this school for ten years and held the following posts; Deputy Head of Year, Second in Humanities and Head of History. During this time he also co-ran the annual Summer Literacy School and worked as the History Mentor in the school for the University of Birmingham for eight years. He taught R.E, Geography and History.
Butt, G. MacKenzie, L. Manning, R. (2010). Influences on British Asian women’s choice of teaching as a career: ‘you’re either a career person or a family person; teaching kind of fits in the middle’, Educational Review. ISSN: 0013-1911. In press
Jackson, D. Manning, R. (2004). Move me On, Teaching History, 117. ISSN: 0040-0610.
Jackson, D., Bullock, AD., Manning, R. and Frame, JW. (2008). A Scoping Review of Tutor Support for the NHS Primary Care Dental Team, Birmingham, University of Birmingham.
Jackson, D. and Manning, R. (2007) 'Leading Citizenship' in A Practical Guide to Teaching Citizenship in the Secondary School . Ed. Liam Gearon, RoutledgeFarmer.