Kerry’s passion for making a difference has been at the heart of her career. Working with some of the most vulnerable children, Kerry formed part of a multi-agency team for looked after children and teenage parents before becoming a service manager within an inner-city local authority. Kerry was the Education representative at the Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB) for the quality assurance of recommendations of serious case reviews and at the Multi-Agency Risk Assessment Conference (MARAC) for high levels of domestic abuse. A trained trainer with the NSPCC, Safer Recruitment Consortium and CEOP. Kerry is an experienced safeguarding trainer and continues to provide training, safeguarding supervision and consultancy services to schools and organisations across the Northwest. Kerry is also a school governor, safeguarding lead for a local sports organisation and a volunteer counsellor with Childline.
Book of the Month-The Monkey Proof Box
Jonathan Lear has created a wonderful book about the importance of ensuring the curriculum celebrates the joy of learning and supports teachers to...