Sue Cronin is currently Head of Teacher Education. She has spent more than 25 years in education holding a variety of posts in schools and in the university. Most recently her work involved leading PGCE and ITE provision and now more widely across all of Teacher Education. Sue's current research interests and publications are focused on aspects of Teacher Education, in particular, partnership, mentoring and school leadership. This aligns with her main work activities which include supporting schools and leaders in the North West to provide quality education, largely through their involvement with university Teacher Educators and ITE.
Sue has a background of secondary mathematics teaching in a variety of Liverpool schools before joining the Liverpool advisory team. She originally taught on a variety of undergraduate modules including Teaching Assistants on Foundation degree courses. She then moved on to PGCE programmes, Masters mathematics education modules and CPD projects such as MaST ( Primary Mathematics specialist teachers ) and SKE course for non specialist mathematics teachers. More recently Sue's teaching has been focused on masters and CPD provision for school leaders.