DSPL4 Phoenix Lead
Sue has spent the last 20 years teaching, 9 as a head teacher, and is particularly proud of her experience with young people with Special Educational Needs. Prior to becoming a teacher, Sue worked in the pharmaceutical industry as a research scientist. Sue is a mother to 3 grown-up children and a young step-daughter. Her youngest son has a rare genetic syndrome.
In her spare time, Sue volunteers for the Williams Syndrome foundation as an area coordinator and has also worked for CHIPS play schemes.
Tel: 07943 319 244
DSPL4 Post-16 Transition Co-ordinator (TCO)
Sandra has spent most of her adult life in public services and after working at the Royal Free Hospital with children on the ‘At Risk Register’, she joined Camden Council Youth Services Department and trained as a Social Worker. Five years later, she joined the crime prevention charity NACRO (The National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders) based in the London borough of Wandsworth, where she managed an eight-bed hostel for care leavers and young offenders.
After moving her young family from the London Borough of Camden to Cheshunt, Sandra began working at Hertford Regional College as a Retention Officer, providing support and assistance to students who had difficulty with completing their course of study. Most recently, after completing her Teacher Training, she has spent the last five years as a Lecturer within the Business Department. Sandra has recently applied to the Magistrates Advisory Committee to train as a Court Appointed Magistrate.
Tel: 07590 839 434