Working in the field of safeguarding and child protection in international school contexts is one of the most rewarding roles any educator can have. It is also highly challenging and complex. This community will strive to create a safe and collaborative space for all its members to learn and grow together. Through sharing resources, examining case studies, reviewing latest research and problem-solving, you will gain meaningful insights into how best to safeguard students in your contexts, while broadening your perspective from other professionals experiencing similar challenges. Together, we will tackle the tough questions such as:
Katie Wellbrook is a senior leader in international education who is passionate about child safeguarding, organisational wellbeing, fostering psychological safety in teams and empowering women in leadership. She is an educator with over 12 years experience in the UK, Oman, China, Uganda and is currently Vice Principal (Well-being and Achievement) and Designated Safeguarding Lead at an international school in Singapore. Most recently, she has qualified as an Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Trainer (ASIST) Trainer and is soon to complete her Masters in Gender, Education and International Development at the University College London which is exploring how international schools in China can create empowering or disempowering experiences for TGNC students.
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