Dr Peter Gregory


NameDr Peter Gregory
Job titlePrincipal Lecturer (Learning and Teaching)
Research instituteSchool of Humanities and Education Studies

Research outputs

The Character Development Project Final Report

Cooling, T., Hulbert, S., Thomas, C. and Gregory, P. 2016. The Character Development Project Final Report. Church of England Education Office.

Locating leadership of art in UK primary schools

Gregory, P. 2017. Locating leadership of art in UK primary schools. The Journal of Elementary Education. 10 (2-3), pp. 181-189. https://doi.org/10.18690/2463-8005.10.2-3.181-190(2017)

Editorial: how long does it take to train a teacher in art and design?

Gregory, P. 2017. Editorial: how long does it take to train a teacher in art and design? International Journal of Art & Design Education. 36 (2), pp. 130-133. https://doi.org/10.1111/jade.12148

Laying good foundations? The value of art in the primary school

Gregory, P. 2017. Laying good foundations? The value of art in the primary school. in: Mateus-Berr, R. and Reitstätter, L. (ed.) Art & Design Education in Times of Change. Conversations Across Cultures Vienna De Gruyter.

Creativity: thinking and innovation for learning and teaching

Strauss, D. and Gregory, P. 2016. Creativity: thinking and innovation for learning and teaching. in: Ritchie, C. (ed.) Exploring Children’s Learning: 3–11 Years Abingdon Routledge. pp. 54-83

InSEA European Regional Congress: Tales of art and curiosity

Gregory, P. (ed.) 2014. InSEA European Regional Congress: Tales of art and curiosity. Canterbury CCCU and National Society for Education in Art and Design (NSEAD).

An investigation into the contribution made by primary art coordinators to the development of the teaching of art: the evolution of identities, understanding and practice

Gregory, P. 2014. An investigation into the contribution made by primary art coordinators to the development of the teaching of art: the evolution of identities, understanding and practice. PhD Thesis University of Greenwich School of Education

The art of the impossible? A case study and reflections on the experience of art in a rural Kenyan primary school

Gregory, P. 2012. The art of the impossible? A case study and reflections on the experience of art in a rural Kenyan primary school. International Journal of Art & Design Education. 31 (3), pp. 265-275. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1476-8070.2012.01765.x
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