Having spent the first half of my career enjoying a variety of industry experiences, I am now teaching A level Sociology whilst undertaking a PhD. My PhD aims to further academic inquiry into the sociology of religion, particularly the millennial post-Catholic experience upon leaving the church.
During my MRes I completed research around Personal Advisers' perceptions of their roles within a leaving care service. This is being used as a service development opportunity for the service in which the study was completed.
Alongside my PhD and my part-time post-16 teaching role, I am the Secretary and a co-founder of the PGR Society. I have also undertaken course representative and employed Research Assistant roles during my MRes.
- Sociology of religion.
- Leaving religious institutions.
- Social care, particularly leaving care services for care experienced young people.
- Qualitative research inquiry.
MSc, Criminology and Criminal justice
Award Date: 24 Oct 2018
BSc (Hons), Criminology and Sociology, University of Surrey
Award Date: 4 Jul 2013
MRes, How Personal Advisers in a leaving care service perceive their roles
A Level Sociology lecturer, Cirencester College, Cirencester
1 Sept 2023 → …
Research Assistant: Bibliography for 'wellbeing of part-time and distance learning PGR students' project, University of Portsmouth
Jun 2023 → Jul 2023
Homelessness Prevention Personal Adviser, Hampshire County Council
2 Sept 2019 → 25 Aug 2023
Support Worker, Society of St James, Aldershot
Jan 2017 → Sept 2019
Drug and Alcohol Practitioner, The Forward Trust (formerly Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust)
Jul 2016 → Jan 2017
Administrative Officer, The Forward Trust (formerly Rehabilitation for Addicted Prisoners Trust)
Jul 2015 → Jul 2016