Health Education Partnership

About Us

Health Education Partnership

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Our Team

Our professional team of advisers have a wide range of skills and practical experience of working with early years providers, schools and colleges together with operational management roles within local authorities and health services.
All of our advisers have up-to-date DBS checks, public liability and professional indemnity insurance.

Our Service Standards​

Meet Us

Andrew Pembrooke

Andrew Pembrooke

Adviser: Healthy Schools, PSHE education and Wellbeing

Experienced in supporting teachers and schools, building confidence and modelling good practice; Andrew worked as a senior trainer with leading RSE and Drugs education resource provider CWP Resources Ltd. He assisted in the writing of CWP’s award winning ‘Teaching SRE in Primary Schools’.

Anna Brennan-Craddock

Anna Brennan-Craddock

Director: Operations Manager

Anna plans and coordinates health promotion programmes and workshops for local authorities and/or individual schools. She is an experienced trainer (e.g.SRE, positive relationships, HIV awareness) and has a MSc in Public Health. She provides specialist support establishing monitoring mechanisms and evaluating projects.

Becky Casey

Becky Casey

Director: Healthy Schools, PSHE and Wellbeing Co-ordinator

Becky is an experienced SRE and Drug Education Trainer across Primary and Secondary settings. She coordinates Healthy Schools Programmes and our PSHE and Wellbeing support. She has delivered in-class training, modeling good practice, or INSET training across a whole school staff. She has experience writing schemes of work and can advise on policy development.

Colin Day

Colin Day

Adviser: Healthy Schools and PSHE education

Colin has worked in a number of schools up and down the country in a range of roles, including school senior management of Special Needs, Pastoral Care, PSHE, Careers and Citizenship. He was a National Assessor for the PSHE CPD programme and has worked with pupils, teachers, senior leadership teams, PCT and LA staff.

David Millard

David Millard

Director: Programmes Manager

David plans and delivers health education related programmes, workshops and consultation events with both the statutory and voluntary sector. He has co-ordinated and promoted national and regional conferences, facilitated family learning programmes and managed borough wide initiatives with schools and partner agencies.

Dominic Green

Dominic Green

Adviser: Catering Operations

You will find Dominic's unique ‘hands on’ approach uncomplicated, sensitive and professional. His understanding and experience with the education catering market place and ability to provide innovative and dynamic solutions will assist you in achieving your catering goals, providing the healthiest and best results.

Ebony O'Meally

Ebony O'Meally

Adviser: Healthy Eating

I am a registered Associate Nutritionist and the Healthy Eating Adviser for HEP. My role is to deliver engaging nutrition training and activity programme for staff, children, young people, parents, carers and families. Supporting early years settings, primary and secondary schools, voluntary and community organisations, youth settings, play and leisure services and relevant businesses, successfully integrate health promotion activities.

Eileen Heron

Eileen Heron

Adviser: Healthy Early Years

Eileen is an experienced early years teacher and advisor. Her experience is in supporting high quality care and education in a variety of settings. She has successfully supported settings to achieve their Bronze award.

Kim Lambden

Kim Lambden

Adviser: Physical Development /EYFS

Kim has a wide experience and understanding through her work in early years settings involved with the Healthy Early Years London Programme, Change4Life Service and physical literacy projects working alongside practitioners and parents to develop and deepen their focus on health and wellbeing. She is a passionate advocate of outdoor play supporting children to manage their own risk and develop an ‘I can do approach’ to movement.

Michelle Dewar

Michelle Dewar

Senior Dietitian - Specialising in Public Health Nutrition

Michelle is a registered dietitian, specialising in public health nutrition. She is passionate about all things food and has experience in catering and menu development, developing and delivering nutrition and activity training, and has previously designed an award winning nutrition and wellbeing service. Michelle is keen to share her proactive, innovative approach to empower the community to lead healthy, happy lives.

Rachel Bailey

Rachel Bailey

Adviser: Healthy Schools, PSHE education and Wellbeing

Rachel has worked for 30 years in roles including teaching, school senior leadership, school improvement in local authorities, regional government and education charities. She brings a wealth of expertise in the development of whole school and curriculum programmes related to PSHEe and Mental Wellbeing. She is passionate about enabling students and staff to learn and thrive within happy, successful and dynamic learning environments.

Sam Bodmer

Sam Bodmer

Physical Activity Lead and C4L Award Coordinator

I will be working on the Change4Life award, designed to support community groups and voluntary organisations in taking positive action towards physical activity and healthy eating. This will involve providing incentives for community organisations to engage in C4L training and advice services. Alongside this I will also develop and deliver the Active Play version of our workforce training, and also be a lead for anything physical activity related on the project.

Tania Barney

Tania Barney

Adviser: Healthy Early Years, Healthy Schools, PSHE education and Wellbeing

Tania supports the development of wellbeing and PSHE through consultancy and training. Having worked in health and education sectors, she can advise on a range of topics, including emotional wellbeing, anti-bullying, bereavement, SEN and finance education.

Viktorija Zdanoviciute

Viktorija Zdanoviciute

Adviser: Domestic Abuse Prevention Education and Healthy Early Years

Viktorija has worked in the Violence against Women and Girls sector since 2009 and is currently leading on the Domestic Abuse Prevention Project for Bi-Borough Schools. The Project aims to support schools in enhancing their existing provisions that address domestic abuse preventatively. Her work at Health Education Partnership also extends to coordinating the Healthy Early Years London programme.

Wendy Craddock

Wendy Craddock

Team Adminsistrator

Wendy enables HEP to function!

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