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Sam Lovatt

Lecturer - Primary Foundation Subjects (History, Geography and Computing)

Tel: 020 8240 4361


Sam joined St Mary’s in 2021. He is a lecturer in Primary Foundation Subjects, which includes history, geography and computing. He delivers on most modules for history, geography and computing across the undergraduate and postgraduate initial teacher training programmes. He also leads the primary computing team.

Sam graduated from CCCU in 2015 with a degree in Primary Education (QTS). He then went into working as a teacher in a South London primary school. He has a wide range of teaching experience in primary schools ranging from year three to year six. He was a middle leader in the school he taught in before joining St Mary’s, responsible for leading the teaching and learning within reading, as well as having other subject leadership roles for the foundation subjects, including computing. In 2021, Sam graduated from Roehampton University with a Master’s degree in Educational Practice. More recently, he has taken a school governor role at a local primary school and become a fellow of HEA.

Sam is passionate about teaching, learning and providing the best outcomes for all children and students at St Mary’s.

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