Ms Angela Curley

  • Lecturer in Teacher Education (School of Education)

pronouns: She/her/hers

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Angela joined the university in September 2023 and is a member of the Pedagogy, Praxis and Faith Teaching Group in the School of Education.

In 1996 Angela graduated from the University of Glasgow with an MA (Soc Sci), moving on to completing the PGCE (Modern Studies) at St. Andrew’s College of Education. Angela achieved her Additional Teaching Qualification (Geography) at the Jordanhill campus of the University of Strathclyde (2000). Through the University of Aberdeen, Angela achieved her Post Graduate Diploma in Pastoral Care and then her MEd Enhanced Educational Practice at the University of the West of Scotland. The focus of both her Diploma and Master’s qualification was supporting young people through mentoring in an educational setting.

Research interests

Supporting middle learners in the secondary educational setting

Tracking of BGE  experiences and outcomes within the social studies context

Integration of Developing the Young Workforce within ITE

Development of trauma informed practice within ITE



Angela will continue to supervise students in Year 5 of the MEduc programme.


PGDE: Curriculum & Pedagogies:  Geography & Modern Studies

MEduc 2: Curriculum Enquiry 2A &2B

MEduc3 :Citizenship for Sustainability and Education & Society

Additional information

Prior to commencing in the post of full-time lecturer in education, Angela was an Associate Tutor with the School of Education.

Angela is also an SQA marker for N5 Modern Studies, a member of the Scottish Guidance Teachers Association and an associate member of COSCA.

Angela will be an Adviser of Studies for MEduc1 programme.