New Director for School of Education appointed

Peter Flew has been appointed the new Director of the School of Education at the University of Roehampton, taking over leadership effective immediately. 

Posted: 20 September 2016

Mr Flew has been Deputy Director of the School of Education at Roehampton since 2014, and during this time has also been a programme convenor for the Primary PGCE, and led the Professional Studies programme across all primary routes into teaching.

Following a successful career in investment banking, he retrained as a primary school teacher in 2002, rising to Deputy and then Head Teacher position. He joined Roehampton in 2013.

Professor Julie Hall, Deputy Provost Academic Development at Roehampton said “I am pleased to announce Peter as the new Head of Department. I am confident that he will build upon the success of the School of Education, and continue to improve the quality of teaching, research and reputation of Roehampton as one of the principal providers of teacher training in the country.”

For more information on the School of Education, and our wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes please visit the department page

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