Presentation slides

This is an archive-in-progress to which I am adding new set of slides – for older presentations, please see my site.

Graduate transitions for care-experienced students: what we know and what we don’t know, NNECL annual conference, Manchester, November 2022

NNECL - 22.11.22

Support for care-experienced students to access and participate in higher education, Universities UK event, London, November 2022

UUK slides - 2.11.22

Exploring support for care-experienced students in English higher education using the ‘capabilities approach’, EUSARF conference (online), September 2021

EUSARF capabilities

Care-experienced students in higher education: what we know… and what we don’t, Webinar for Edge Hill University, 27th January 2021

Edge Hill

Post-16 labour market transitions for care leavers in England, Webinar for the National Association of Virtual School Heads, 3rd November 2020

Post-16 labour market

Graduate employment and postgraduate study outcomes for care-experienced students, Society for Research into Higher Education conference, Newport, 11th December 2019

SRHE 2019

Five unanswered questions in widening participation revisited, University of Sussex Centre for Teaching and Learning Research, London, 25th July 2019


Alex Timpson attachment and trauma programme in schools, NAVSH conference for designated teachers, Old Trafford, 7th May 2019


Care-experienced students in higher education: how they get there and how they get on, University of Oxford, 18th March 2019


Students-as-insurers: rethinking ‘risk’ for disadvantaged young people considering higher education in England, Centre for Global Higher Education, University College London, 7th March 2019


The epistemology of effectiveness: exploring the challenges of demonstrating impact from higher education outreach activities, SRHE Annual Conference, Newport, 6th December 2018


Using the lens of ‘possible selves’ to explore access to higher education – a new framework for policy, practice and research, SRHE Annual Conference, Newport, 6th December 2018

Possible Selves