BPV Resources

Bromley Parent Voice is overseen by a board of trustees. The trustees set the direction and strategy on the work of the forum management team. Currently there are six trustees.

The management team perform the day to day tasks for the forum. The managers are supported by a team of parent representatives.

All are responsible for representing the views of a wider group of parents. Each member has a system of networking and disseminating information to other parents. The Parent Voice management team meets on a regular basis. The trustees meet monthly. Venues and meeting times are arranged for the convenience of parents/carers.

Bromley Parent Voice link with other parent forums via London region cluster meetings and the National Network of Parent Carer Forums. This enables Bromley parents to have a voice within, and learn from, regional and national engagement work as well as supporting parental engagement within Bromley.

Trustees

Yvette Connor
Yvette Connor
Chair
Yvette is a parent of 2 adult children, her daughter has profound and multiple learning disabilities. She has worked in the not for profit sector for 25 years supporting people with disabilities, young people with troubled backgrounds and people with convictions. She has been a manager of a short breaks service, a school governor and a foster carer. She has been an active member of BPV since 2011.
Hayley Andrews
Hayley Andrews
Vice Chair
Hayley is currently an Assistant Headteacher for Inclusion in a mainstream Bromley primary school. Prior to teaching, she worked as a counsellor for ChildLine, supported young people leaving social care, in a school for children with profound and complex needs and in academic research, exploring barriers to education.
Funke Adeloye
Funke Adeloye
Secretary
As a parent carer for her youngest daughter with a diagnosis of cerebral palsy and other complex physical and learning needs; Funke strives to support families with understanding and empathy that comes from experience. She is committed to self development and passionate about women with special needs children finding fulfillment in their journeys at whatever stage they might be at. She currently coordinates the Education, Health and Care Plan Independent Support Project for Bromley Consortium.
Andrew Shrimpton
Andrew Shrimpton
Treasurer
Andrew has an autistic son who has recently transitioned to residential care. He had a 30 year career in investment management as a practioner, regulator and consultant.
Margaret Travers
Margaret Travers
Margaret has worked in learning support and emotional literacy with students aged 12 upwards for 16 years.
Pelin Ahmet
Pelin Ahmet
Pelin is a parent to 3 children, her daughter has a rare genetic condition. She has been very actively involved in the on going progression for specialist services for many years now and continues to work in this field. Pel feels very passionate about ensuring that all families and their children can achieve a happy and as fulfilling a life.

Management/Administration

Carol Winfield
Carol John
Administration, Communication & Website
Judith Bell
Judith Bel
Projects & Employment
Lisa Anderson
Lisa Anderson
Events & Projects
Liz Lake
Liz Lake
Projects & Finance
Pip Rastall
Pip Rastall
Communication, Projects & Fundraising
Ros Luff
Rosalind Luff
Director of Participation and a parent representative for the National Network of Parent Carer Forums (NNPCF)

LBB Parent Representative & Participation

BPV liaise with Kay Moore who is the Parent Participation officer working for the Local Authority. Kay is also a steering group member of the National Network of Parent Carer Forums (NNPCF) and one of the two London regional representatives for parent forums. Kay provides a valuable conduit for BPV to link into the wider regional and national forum involvement.

Kay Moore
Kay Moore