It’s Volunteers’ Week (1 – 7 June) and we’re taking the opportunity to thank all of our volunteers for the invaluable contribution they have made to keeping children safe.
Our volunteers help us by:
- peer reviewing our research ensuring we publish robust, high-quality findings
- testing our website and elearning to make sure we give the best customer experience
- sharing their safeguarding experiences and expertise to help us all better protect children.
Without their support and commitment, we wouldn’t be able to do everything we currently do to support anyone working or volunteering with children and young people.
So thank you to all our volunteers for the work they have conducted for the NSPCC.
If you’d be interested in volunteering for NSPCC Learning please contact us.
Our peer reviewers include:
Parveen Ali, Phil Ashford, Matt Barnard, Helen Beckett, Erica Bowen, Sarah Brown, Sarah Brooks-Wilson, Joanna Bryce, Sarah Byford, Chloe Campbell, David Canter, Jeffrey De Marco, John Devaney, Jane Dodsworth, Jane Ellis, Kylie Evans-Locke, Helen Fisher, Carlene Firmin, John Foster, Nick Frost, Deborah Fry, Danya Glaser, Vivette Glover, Matt Grieve, Rachel Gribble, Andrew Grogan-Kaylor, Gordon Harold, Kristine Hickle, Sally Hogg, Lucy Hanson, Rachel Hiller, Jennifer Holly, Laura Hoyano, Patricia Hynes, Alison Jobe, Christine Jones, Hazel Kemshall, Berni Kelly, Andrew Kendrick, Julianna Kloess, Rachel Leonard, Fiona Leverick, Jane Lindsay, Corinne May-Chahal, Rosaleen McElvaney, Gabriela Misca, Tze Ming Mok, Abhilash Nair, Karen Newbigging, Paula Nicholson, Louise O’Connor, Jenny Pearce, Mark Pearson, Josie Phillips, Jo Phoenix, James (Jim) Reid, Dan Robotham, Sarah Seymour-Smith, Marlene Sinclair, Lorna Stabler, Madeleine Stevens, Thomas Spielhofer, Trevor Spratt, Emily Taylor, Julie Taylor, Lorna Templeton, Cheryl Thomas, David Torgerson, Jo Woodiwiss