Richard Rockett holds an undergraduate degree from the University of the Arts, a PGCE in Primary Education and a master's in Higher Education from London Met. Richard is a former primary school teacher who has previously taught on the Primary and Early Years PGCE courses at London Met. Richard initiated and delivered the first PGCE Apprentice Teacher course in the United Kingdom.
Senior Lecturer in Primary/Early Years PGCE
A product of the London Met PGCE programme, Richard was a mature student. In the role of primary school teacher, Richard had a comprehensive range of experiences that included responsibilities in the role of coordinator for mathematics and religious education, student supervisor, visual communication and deputy head. Richard is a firm believer in London Met's aims of producing creative, dynamic, critically reflective student teachers that are uniquely prepared to make a positive contribution to the education of children in London schools. Richard has developed an interest in critical thinking and his paper 'Learning to Transform or Teaching to Conform' has been published.