Meet our Trauma Informed Champions
Lambeth Safeguarding Partnership
Training & Development Manager
I lead on developing and disseminating learning from local and national safeguarding reviews into the LSCP safeguarding training. All LSCP learning events bring together professionals across Children's Services, Health, Police, the voluntary and community sector, and other agencies that work with children and young people in Lambeth.
London Borough of Lambeth
Children’s Social Care
Practice Development Lead
0207 926 5465
I work in the Principal Social Work Team with an oversight of improving practice across the service and ensuring that social workers are equipped to support children and families.
Lambeth College –LSBU Group
19+ Welfare Advisor & Student Union Lead
020 7501 5257
The LSCP Training & Development sub-group commissioned a trauma informed training delivered across the partnership for Trauma Informed Champions to build capacity of leaders and practitioners to adopt anti-oppressive and trauma informed principles at the heart of their practices, empowering them to identify and tackle structural issues leading to a more trauma responsive borough.
Meet our Champion Trainers from different partner agencies who have successfully completed training and will each contribute to the drive for a change to our policies and practices to ensure that our borough is trauma-informed and ant-racist.
The Welfare Service provides extensive welfare, wellbeing and safeguarding support for 19+ students for the duration of their course and offers each and every student tailored support, ensuring that students are provided with resources, advice and guidance so that they can make informed decisions.
Allen Edwards Primary School
Assistant Headteacher for Inclusion, Deputy Designated Safeguarding, Mental Health and Autism Base Lead
0207 622 3985
My role includes overseeing SEND across school, mental health and well-being, behaviour, attendance and safeguarding.
The Elmgreen School
Assistant Headteacher / Lead on Inclusion
0208 7665 020 (ext. 211)
We support our students with a range of mental health services including counselling, mentoring and various external agencies such as the Fulham Football's Premier League Inspires Programme and Alford House. We also work extensively to prevent exclusion and achieve academic success for all our students.
King’s College Hospital
Lead Nurse - Major Trauma
0203 299 7169
I lead a team of 6 trauma nurses who oversee the entire pathway of the injured trauma patients. We work closely with adult and child safeguarding and especially our youth workers and all specialties within the major trauma center to ensure that the patient is looked after physiologically and psychologically.
Leads on the development & implementation of tailored support packages to agencies and practitioners to improve response to VAWG including supporting, bespoke training and advice, audits and development of policies and procedures, building relationships and networks with key partners and agencies.