With over 25 years primary school teaching experience, Sarah is a volunteer on our Parents Helpline and delivers in-house and bespoke training on a range of issues concerning mental health.
Sarah Berman has had over 25 years primary school teaching experience, during which time she has had responsibility for ICT and completed a Master degree in Computers in Education.
Since 2004, she has been a freelance advisory teacher in the Computing Curriculum, working in a range of schools. She supports teachers by teaching modelled lessons and working with staff 1:1, in groups or on a whole staff basis, as well as teaching students on the Schools Direct programme at the Institute of Education.
Online Safety comes under the Computing Curriculum and Sarah has been a CEOP Ambassador since 2013, delivering training to staff, children, parents and governors.
Since 2016, Sarah has been a volunteer on the YoungMinds Parents Helpline, talking to parents/carers who are concerned about their child’s emotional wellbeing. She is also part of the YoungMinds Training Consultancy team, delivering both in-house and bespoke training to clients on a range of issues concerning mental health, including areas such as the impact of technology on young people’s mental health, resilience and self-harming behaviours.