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Daryl Maisey

School Director Learning & Teaching

About

I gained Qualified Teacher Status in 1987 and began an eighteen-year career in Primary and Early Years education. During this time I was school lead for core curriculum areas, a Senior Manager and designated Lead Teacher for the Local Authority. In 2002 I completed my Master's Degree in Education and became a school mentor for Initial Teacher Training. In 2005 I joined Kingston University as a full time member of staff and began to develop a suite of courses specifically around Work-Based Learning. I became a member of the School of Education's Senior Management Group and Associate Professor with specific research interests in early years and in safeguarding and child protection within the educational context. In 2015 I was appointed as the Director of Learning and Teaching and achieved Senior Fellowship of the HEA in 2016. I am currently in the final stages of my professional Doctorate. 

Areas of specialism

  • Early Years Education
  • Higher Education Work-Based Learning
  • Safeguarding and Child Protection in Education

Qualifications

  • MA Professional Studies in Education
  • BEd (Hons) Education

Professional membership

Senior Fellow Higher Education Academy

Sector Endorsed Foundation Degree Early Years Professional Association (SEFDEY PA)

Publications

Number of items: 3.

Article

Hood, Rick, Price, Jayne, Sartori, Daniele, Maisey, Daryl, Johnson, Jessica and Clark, Zoe (2017) Collaborating across the threshold : the development of interprofessional expertise in child safeguarding. Journal of Interprofessional Care, 31(6), pp. 705-713. ISSN (print) 1356-1820

Book Section

Maisey, Daryl (2014) Professionalism in early years. In: Johnson, Jessica, (ed.) Becoming an early years teacher. Maidenhead, U.K. : Open University Press. pp. 4-16. ISBN 9780335264445

Monograph

Rawlings, Anne, Paliokosta, Paty, Maisey, Daryl, Johnson, Jessica, Capstick, Jenny and Jones, Ray (2014) Study to investigate the barriers to learning from Serious Case Reviews (SCRs) and identify ways of overcoming these barriers. (Project Report) Manchester, U.K. : Department for Education. 112 p. ISBN 9781781053980

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