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George Stobbart

I have over 19 years of delivering and managing youth work in Oxford and the North East.

I have recently spent 10 years as a Deputy Principal of a community primary school in Sunderland.  This role included developing: day care and after school provision, work with families and Children’s Centre provision. The area is a located in an area of multiple social disadvantages and also a dispersal location for refugee and asylum seeker families.   Consequently, I developed an interest in the welfare of children and their families particularly in the context of community cohesion.

Since 2012 I have been a lecturer in Early Childhood and Youth Studies at Teesside  University.

Qualifications

M Ed Inclusive Education

MA Management Studies

Research Project

Can the presence of children in asylum seeker and refugee families enhance community cohesion in a socially disadvantaged urban locality? 

Contact

Stobbart1@sky.com  g.stobbart@tees.ac.uk

Supervisor

Mark Cieslik 


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