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    Hazel Bryan is Head of the Department of Professional Development and Director of Masters degrees in the Faculty of Education at Canterbury Christ Church University.

    Chris Carpenter is a Senior Lecturer in the Education Faculty at Canterbury Christ Church University. He is the subject leader for secondary PGCE Physical Education and teaches on the Masters in Education.

    Simon Hoult is the Director of 11–19 Initial Teacher Education at Canterbury Christ Church University and the subject leader for the 11–18 Geography PGCE. He is also a Teaching Fellow of the University's Learning and Teaching Enhancement Unit.

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