Ms Grace Lockrobin


I have taught at Leeds since 2007, first as a Teaching Assistant and then from 2013, as a part-time Teaching Fellow 2013. Alongside my role at Leeds, I am completing a PhD on the significance of stories in ethics education at the Institute of Education, University College London.

I am also the Managing Director of Thinking Space a not-for-profit education company, work that feeds into my teaching and research.


  • Module Leader
  • Final Year Project Supervisor
  • Teaching Assistant

Research interests

Philosophy of Education, including issues arising from the curriculum, pedagogy and assessment of philosophy (particularly ethics)

Normative Ethics, in particular Neo Aristotelian accounts of virtue

Ethics Education, in particular Virtue Theoretic accounts of ethics education

Applied Ethics, including ethics of teaching and learning

Aesthetics, in particular theories of narrative in relation to ethics and education

Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Action and Moral Psychology, specifically in relation to ethics education

Community Philosophy / Public Philosophy / Philosophy in Education, specifically the ethical, epistemological and political questions raised by this kind of work

<h4>Research projects</h4> <p>Any research projects I'm currently working on will be listed below. Our list of all <a href="">research projects</a> allows you to view and search the full list of projects in the faculty.</p>


  • MA Philosophy
  • BA (Hons) Philosophy

Professional memberships

  • The Royal Institute of Philosophy
  • Thinking Space
  • The Philosophy Foundation
  • DialogueWorks

Student education

Besides my main teaching in the Philosophy of Education at Level One, I have also taught Logic, Mind, Ethics and the History of Philosophy. At Levels Two and Three, I have taught Normative Ethics, Aesthetics, Environmental Philosophy, Feminist Philosophy and Applied Ethics of Medicine, Dentistry, Business, Biosciences, Engineering, Sport, Drama, Translation and Computing. I have also supervised final year projects on philosophy of education in relation to ethics and aesthetics.