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Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s financial controls. Elwira assists with Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable and Credit Control processes and is responsible for specific aspects of the management of the department’s financial and research administration, including the administration of government-funded bursaries and the associated audit requirements.

Joe Bullough is the Engagement and Partnerships Lead at the Department of Education. He leads school partnerships under the Oxford Internship Scheme (PGCE), and, with the co-directors, drives the development of the Oxford Education Deanery —a platform for exchange between school teachers in practice and researchers at Oxford. He also provides advisory support to the directors on wider partnership matters.

Prior to his role at the Department of Education, Joe managed partnerships and engagement for the Research on Improving Systems of Education (RISE) Programme—a £40 million, UK Aid-funded progamme focused on improving learning outcomes and education systems around the world. Prior to that, he worked for UNESCO’s Asia-Pacific Regional Bureau for Education, and the Southeast Asian Ministers of Education Organisation (SEAMEO).

Joe was first inspired to work in education partnerships and policy after working as an English as a Second Language Teacher and Trainer in Vietnam, and later in Myanmar—living and working in Southeast Asia for nearly a decade.

He holds an Erasmus Mundus Master’s degree in Education Policy and Management from the Danish School of Education (Danmarks institut for Pædagogik og Uddanelse), Aarhus University.

Rebeca is the Senior Library Assistant, helping to run the library, staff the help desk and buy books & ebooks to add to the library.

Kris is the Communications Officer at the Department of Education, working closely with the Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) and Rees Centre. She has a digital first background in journalism, public relations and new media, having worked 10 years with educational institutions and publishers in Malaysia, Australia and the UK. She looks after the websites for CGHE and Rees Centre and supports both internal and external communications.

Alice provides research project support over a range of research projects at the Rees Centre.

Grace is the HR Manager of the department, and works to manage all things staff.

This includes (but is not limited to) recruitment, new starters, casual engagements, payroll, absence management, employee relations matters and much more.

Meet Raynard Sims, the IT Manager who steers technological journeys with expertise honed across diverse corporate and retail environments.

With a keen focus on the entirety of the Department of Education’s IT landscape, he is dedicated to optimising processes, embracing automation, and ensuring cyber security. His enthusiasm for simplicity in technology is only rivalled by his passion for safeguarding digital realms. For all things IT, from streamlined processes to fortified security, Raynard is your guide to a seamless and secure digital experience.

Natasha is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Bodleian Education Library.

Elwira’s role is to support the financial administrative activities of the Finance Team in accordance with the University’s fin