Chris joined Bishop Grosseteste University in 2019 after many years teaching in primary schools in Lincolnshire. During his teaching career, Chris taught throughout the primary age range and developed specialisms in computing, Project-Based Learning and assessment. Over the years, he has led the teaching and learning of computing and also given keynote presentations about the effective use of computing in primary schools.
His teaching interests include the teaching of computing, mathematics and humanities. He has particular interests in the immersive, purposeful classroom experience; planning and assessment; creative curriculum approaches; maths mastery, and; trauma-informed principles of relational and restorative approaches to behaviour management.
Chris has also worked alongside Oxford Owl in the development of their online Numicon software.
Chris currently teaches on the undergraduate programmes, with specific responsibilities including cohort leader and joint-module leader for Learning to Learn.