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Amy has been a teaching fellow in mathematics education since January 2017 and teaches on undergraduate, PGCE and master's level modules.

Prior to joining King’s College London she worked as a classroom teacher for seven years teaching mathematics in secondary schools. Amy spent two years as head of department and two years as head of year.

She also has experience in consultancy, authoring, and as a voluntary governor for a secondary school. 

Research interests

  • Quantitative skills and numeracy across the English National Curriculum
  • Critical discourse analysis using Foucauldian methodologies
  • Technology-enhanced learning in mathematics
  • Mathematics anxiety and self-regulated learning
  • Workload and retention of teachers


Amy's role at King’s College London consists of teaching on PGCE and MA modular programmes as well as involvement in other teacher training programmes offered at the university. The modules she teaches on are:

  • PGCE Mathematics - subject studies
  • PGCE - S3P
  • UG Mathematics and Physics - Undergraduate Ambassador Scheme
  • MA Education - Academic Study Skills
  • MA Education - Recent developments in Mathematics Education
  • MA Education - Improving Teaching and Learning
  • MA Education- Dissertation