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Durham University

School of Education

Research Projects

Miss Holly Bennion

Research Student in the School of Education

Contact Miss Holly Bennion

Holly is a postgraduate research student in the School of Education. Her doctoral research investigates the views and experiences of children from migrant backgrounds in the U.K. through the lens of pupil voice and involvement. The project involves dialogic research approaches alongside visual research methods.

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.

Research Interests

Multiculturalism, diversity and inclusion,

Migrant and refugee education,

Qualitative and visual research methods,

Pupil voice philosophy,

Reading for pleasure, early phonics and reading acquisition,

Teaching and learning in the primary classroom.

Research Groups

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