About Research Media
Kath Ezzeldin is a Programme Director within the Institute of Education who specialises in lecturing in primary physical education. Kath teaches on the undergraduate, postgraduate and Master's courses. She has a BA (Hons) in Sports Science and History from Loughborough University, a PGCE and a MA in Education.
Kath joined St Mary’s in 2005 after teaching in schools in Surrey and West London during which time she also took on the roles of Head of Year, Head of Department and Head of Faculty. She was a Foundation Governor of a local primary school for 12 years and spent 2 years as the Chair of Governors.
Kath is passionate about teaching and learning, particularly the teaching of high quality primary physical education. She has wide experience of delivering continuing professional development (CPD) courses and teachers the 1st4sport Level 3 Certificate in Supporting the Delivery of Physical Education and School Sport (QCF). Kath is also a tutor for the Youth Sport Trust and delivers the Inclusive PE Training Programme.
- Ayres, M. Ezzeldin, K and Pearson, J. (2012). Development of a Teaching Games for Understanding Community of Practice. 5th International Teaching Games for Understanding Conference.
- Almond, L, Ayres, M and Ezzeldin, K. (2013). Developing a Collaborative Network of University Centres to Promote Innovation and Sustainable Change in the Teaching of Games - Stimulating Teachers to enegage in practice related research. AISEP Physical Education and Sport Conference: Challenging the Future. Warsaw
- Almond, L., Pot, N., Ezzeldin, K and Ayres, M. (2015). An alternative Pedagogical Framework to developing FMS. 1st International Congress on Children's Physical Activity and Sport. Leige
In the news
Lecturers at St Mary’s University, Twickenham delivered a series of talks at the first International Congress on Children’s Physical Activity and Sport Find out more...
For media enquiries, please contact our Communications and Public Engagement Manager, Sam Yarnold, by emailling firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 020 8240 8262.