Dr Sarah Gillie

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  • Qualifications:EdD; MA SEN; PGCE (Primary: early years and modern foreign languages); BA (Hons) Applied Language Studies
  • Position:Senior Lecturer
  • Department:ACE - Education and Childhood
  • Telephone:+4411732 81753
  • Email:Sarah.Gillie@uwe.ac.uk

About me

A languages graduate, my early career in the financial sector took me across Europe and Asia. In 2004, I followed my vocation and completed my PGCE: Early Years and Modern Foreign Languages at Goldsmiths.
 
My passion for facilitating children’s communication is fuelled by my own early experience living in a new language and culture, when my father’s work moved our family to Brazil.
 
In recent years, I have worked in learning support with students ranging from primary years to post-graduate level.
 
Since 2016, I have lectured on undergraduate and postgraduate courses with a focus on early years and inclusion. I joined UWE in January 2021 as a Senior Lecturer in Education and Early Childhood.

Area of expertise

My interests lie in inclusive education – life-long and life-wide.

My article based on my masters research was published in the Dyspraxia Foundation Professional Journal 14/2017

Gillie, S. (2017) 'The potential for executive function targeted support for learners with specific learning difficulties' Dyspraxia Foundation Professional Journal 14, pp.8-17.

My doctoral thesis focused on families who home educate when schools are not considered to meet children’s needs.

AMBDA, SpLD APC (Patoss)

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