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Miss Zoe Leadley-Meade

Miss Zoe Leadley-Meade

leadlez2@lsbu.ac.uk

Education

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I am Senior Lecturer in Education, in the School of Law and Social Sciences, the School's Lead for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, and Co Lead of the Education for Social Justice Research Group.

I joined LSBU in 2015, after completing an MA in Education from London Southbank University, alongside working as a Secondary English and Media Studies Teacher in schools across South London since 2008.

I believe that education has the potential to address social inequality and I entered Higher Education with the desire to further develop and share my knowledge, understanding and application of inclusive education practice and research.

I have conducted research and enterprise activity on a range of inclusive education areas including supporting Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual families in schools, anti-racist education practice, adult education programmes for women furthest from education and diversity in youth music leadership.

Partnerships and grants awarded:

Academic Advisor to the Youth Violence Commission from 2017, including supporting with the youth violence survey and interim report (2018).

March 2019, Richmond and Hillcroft College, H2020 Evaluation

May 2019, The Hyde Trust, Family Inclusion Programme Evaluation

June 2019, HMP Brixton, Learning Together Course Lead in collaboration with Learning Together (Cambridge) and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine

June 2020, Kinetika Bloco, Leadership Programme for young musicians

Publications:

Leadley-Meade, Z. and Goodwin, R. (2019) Pre-entry self-assessment and mapping to relevant services as a means of developing learner autonomy in undergraduates, The Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education, 11 (1), pp. 4-13.

Leadley-Meade, Z. (2018) Working with lesbian, gay and bisexual children and families in schools, in: Knowles, G. (ed.) Supporting Inclusive Practice and Ensuring Opportunity is Equal for All. Oxon: Routledge, pp. 37-51.

Courses taught

Education - BA (Hons)

Education (Work-based) - BA (Hons)

Education (Top Up) - BA (Hons)

Practice Education - PGCE

MA Education

London South Bank University

2012
2015
PGCE in Secondary English

Goldsmiths, University of London

2007
2008
BA (Hons) English Literature 2:1

Roehampton, University of Surrey

2003
2006
Second in Charge of English and Lead of Media Studies, and English and Media Studies Secondary Teacher
Elmgreen Secondary School

2011
2015
Education
English and Media Studies Teacher
Sedgehill Secondary School

2008
2011
Education
FunderYear wonProjectRole
Kinetika Bloco2021App Res_Kinetika Bloco Stepping Up: Empowering the Next Generation ProjectPrincipal Investigator
Hyde Group2019G102_Consultancy_Hyde HousingPrincipal Investigator
Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College2019G091_Consultancy_H2020 evaluationCo-Investigator
Goldsmiths, University of London
External examiner

BA (Hons) Education, Culture and Society

September 2020

Filter publications

Pre-entry self-assessment and mapping to relevant services as a means of developing learner autonomy in undergraduates.
Leadley-Meade, Z. and Goodwin, R. (2019). Pre-entry self-assessment and mapping to relevant services as a means of developing learner autonomy in undergraduates. The Journal of Inclusive Practice in Further and Higher Education. 1 (11), pp. 4-13.