Aside from our dedicated team of Education Welfare Officers and administration support our specialist team is as follows: –
Lynn’s professional career started in the City of London and after completing her business degree went on to become assistant director of an independent broking house.
Subsequently, Lynn pursued a career in education and as a mature student Lynn completed her Bsc (hons) degree in Psychology, MBPsS.
Lynn has worked in the world of education since 2001 and has participated in various government steering groups contributing towards effective practices in education welfare.
From 2005 to 2014 Lynn has managed a team of education welfare officers in the London Borough of Redbridge and successfully developed effective procedures and interventions in partnership with organisations to improve attendance and reduce absence.
Lynn also has a diploma in cognitive behavioural therapy and has a professional qualification in Training the Trainer, NCFE.
Liz began her career in the Ministry of Defence where she continued to work for 23 years.
Liz went on to work in various departments. Liz was posted to Northern Ireland to work alongside the Army and lived there between 1993-1995. She has had the opportunity to liaise with other government departments and with those overseas at all levels.
Liz left the Ministry of Defence in 2011 to concentrate on her two children whilst at Primary School. For three years Liz took on the role of PTA Treasurer at the school, which she enjoyed.
Liz joined EWASS in October 2015 and as Business Manager regularly assesses the performance of EWASS against the company goals and plans.
Previously a primary school teacher working across each year group and leading computing and online safety.
Now an Education consultant specialising in computing and online safety.
Paige participated in the DfE project run in partnership by The Harris Federation Teaching School Alliance, Women Leaders Programme and has recently completed an accredited supervision skills programme.