Sue Ainsworth BA (Hons), Postgraduate Certificate, Masters (Childhood and Youth)

Head of School, School of Social Justice and Inclusion

Senior Lecturer


Tel: 01267 676799

Sue Ainsworth

  • To ensure effective and efficient delivery of programmes across the School of Social Justice and Inclusion
  • To oversee and ensure the quality of student experience
  • To teach and assess modules within the  , Education Studies: Primary (BA), the  and the Graduate Certificate in Additional Needs
  • Undertake dissertation and research dissertation supervision on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes within the School
  • Deliver teaching and learning in ways that maintain the School’s flexible learning route
  • Research, write and present future programmes linked to the School’s academic portfolio
  • Recruitment and admission of students
  • Head of School, Social Justice and Inclusion
  • Senior Lecturer, School of Social Justice and Inclusion
  • Deputy Headteacher of Community Primary School including management of the Autistic Centre within the school
  • Head of Foundation Phase
  • Primary School teacher
  • Senior lecturer, ITET/PGCE Primary
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • International Institute of Restorative Practice
  • British Educational Studies Association (BESA)


  • Graduate Certificate in Additional Learning Needs


  • Primary Education Studies:
  • Dissertation supervision
  • Education for Sustainability
  • Bilingualism, Multilingualism and Multiculturalism
  • Introduction to the National Curriculum in Wales
  • The Changing World of Education

Family and community engagement

  • Additional Learning Needs (including Special Educational Needs)
  • Teaching and Learning
  • Disadvantaged Learners and their families
  • Behaviour Management
  • Restorative Practice Conference Facilitator
  • Safeguarding