Customer Service Representative
Sue Scott-Horne is founder of charity Let's Get Talking. She is a mother of four and a grandmother of six, her family is very important to her wellbeing, they have great fun times together. Sue started out in education some thirty years ago, working with teenagers in Islington Youth Service as a tutor and youth worker of social education, a life skills subject, covering topics including: identity, drugs awareness, anti knife crime, anger, smoking, interview skills, presenting yourself and working with local gangs around self responsibility, making decisions and consequences. Sue has also worked in Children’s Care Homes as a residential care worker. Throughout her successful commended career she has been a Deputy Head/Tutor in Charge/Lecturer teaching focused, Personal, Social and Health Education (PSHE) sessions in various London inner city schools and youth clubs, focusing on curriculum development whereby she supported many of their planned projects in Islington with their curriculum programmes.
Her passion and experience led her to start the charity which focuses on working with children and young people’s education programmes. At Let’s Get Talking they have very experienced tutors who work directly with young people in many places such as schools and youth clubs, currently they are working their way through London delivering resources and workshops to the most in-need identified areas. They are an expert medium for exploring adolescent issues; this is achieved by a method of learning conversation and discussion without pressure, along with guidance and advice. Their aim is to discover and understand the mindsets and attitudes of young people today, for better, tailored and more structured work to follow tomorrow.
In addition Sue designs award-winning education materials which are sold on www.letsgettalking.org
Sue is a Freeman/Liveryman of the City of London and a member of The Worshipful Company of Educators. She is proud to be a board member of such a prestigious association such as BAWE.