Meet Sarah Johnson, an influential author, educator, and a strategic leader in the field of education. Sarah's dedication to nurturing positive change in the lives of marginalised children has shaped her career, which spans nearly two decades.
Sarah, the author of the books 'All About SEMH' guides for primary and secondary teachers, and "Behaving Together: A Teacher's Guide to Nurturing Behavior," brings a wealth of practical insights based on her extensive experiences. Her books are just one facet of her multifaceted career.
In her roles as a teacher and senior leader, Sarah has worked across a broad spectrum of educational settings, including primary and secondary schools, psychiatric in-patient services, pupil referral units, hospitals, and specialised resource provisions for children with speech, communication, and language needs.
Sarah's influence extends far beyond the classroom. She is a sought-after keynote speaker, presenting her strategic insights at both international and national levels. Her speeches are marked by a deep understanding of the complexities of education and an unwavering dedication to school and service improvement. As a conference chair, she plays a pivotal role in shaping the discourse surrounding education, further cementing her reputation as a visionary leader.
In the educational sector, Sarah occupies several strategic positions. As a member of the Department for Education's Alternative Provision stakeholder group, she helps shape policy decisions that affect the future of education. Her role as President of PRUsAP, a national organisation, underscores her dedication to improving educational provision and outcomes for pupils in Alternative Provision settings. She also serves as a Trustee for Skylark Partnerships and Teams Education Trust.
Her contributions extend to the role of School Improvement Partner, reflecting her commitment to elevating educational standards and practices with a strategic focus.
Sarah Johnson's work and her strategic approach to education have a profound and lasting impact. Her range of keynotes, international and national presentations, and her role as a conference chair position her as a thought leader in the field. Her contributions inspire educators, parents, and policymakers to create more inclusive, understanding, and supportive educational systems, ultimately empowering every student to achieve their full potential.