Leela Cubillo

Senior Lecturer in Education

Education and Inclusion

Contact Details

email: l.cubillo@worc.ac.uk
tel: 01905 855037

Qualifications

  • MEd Educational Leadership
  • MSc Computing & Education
  • PGCE Science & IT
  • MSc Analytical Chemistry
  • BSc (Hons) Chemistry

Teaching & Research

Teaching Interests

  • Educational Leadership and Management
  • Management of Change
  • Church School Leadership
  • Education Studies

Research Interests

  • Educational Leadership & Management
  • Gender & Leadership
  • School Improvement

Professional Bodies

  • Member of the Royal Society of Chemistry (MRCS)
  • Association for Science Education (ASE)
  • Member of the British Computer Society (BCS)
  • British Educational Leadership, Management and Administration Society (BELMAS)
  • Standing Committee for Research in Leadership and Management (SCRELM)

Publicatiions

Cubillo L and Brown M (2003) “Women into Leadership and Management: International Differences?” Journal of Educational Administration Vol 41 (3), 278 – 291

Brown M, Cubillo L & Skinner G (2003) “Leadership of Catholic Schools in a Pluralistic Britain” in Leadership in Schools, M Reading, L Watson, J Heywood & P Taylor (Eds), Sheffield Hallam University Press.

Bell L, Bolam R & Cubillo L (2003) “A systematic review of the impact of school leadership and management on student/pupil outcomes” (EPPI-Centre Review) in Research Evidence in Education Library, Issue 1. London: EPPI-Centre, Social Science research Unit, Institute of Education.

Cubillo L with Bell L & Bolam R (2003) “Foul is Fair and fair is Foul: Conducting a Systematic Review of an Aspect of Educational Leadership and Management”, in Developing Educational Leadership – Using Evidence for Policy and Practice, L Anderson & N Bennett (Eds) Open University Press.

Cubillo L & Brown M (2004) “Women into Educational Leadership and Management: International Differences?” in Researching Educational Leadership: Perspectives, Values and Ethics, W Newton et (Eds) Open University Press.

External roles