Miss Holly Amanda Bennion
|Research Student in the School of Education|
Holly is a doctoral candidate in the School of Education and teaches part-time on the BA Primary Education and PGCE courses. Holly holds a teaching degree (BA, QTS) from Durham University and has previously worked as a primary school teacher. She graduated with an MPhil from the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge.
Holly’s PhD project investigates the lived experiences and perspectives of belonging, inclusion and wellbeing of children from refugee and non-refugee backgrounds in the North-east of England.
Refugee and migration studies
Identity, belonging, diversity, intercultural education
Lived experiences and children’s voices
Qualitative and arts-based methods
Primary education - English teaching and learning
- Zhang, Y. (2023). Researching Chinese Students in the UK - the Use of Ethnography in Social Media Studies. In H. Bennion, H. Broadfoot, K. Fan, T. Meng, Y. Zhang, & Q. Zhou (Eds.),
- Chen, W. (2023). Can Teaching Enthusiasm Partially Predict the Reading Attainment of Low-income Students in Secondary Schools in England?. In H. Broadfoot, K. Fan, H. Bennion, T. Meng, Y. Zhang, & Q. Zhou (Eds.),
- (2023). Imagining Better Education: Conference Proceedings 2022. In H. Bennion, H. Broadfoot, T. Meng, Y. Zhang, Q. Zhou, & K. Fan (Eds.),