Train with us
Impact and evidence
Alexander is originally from Rothbury, Northumberland. He attended Cambridge University where he joined the Footlights and went on to form a comedy double act with Ben Miller.
In addition to The Armstrong & Miller Show, Alexander is a regular host on Have I Got News For You and also presents Pointless on BBC1.
Since 2004 he has been married to Hannah who is full-time mother to their four boys.
Dr Bavolek is a recognised leader in the treatment and prevention of child abuse and neglect and of parenting education and has been promoting non-violent parenting practices since 1983.
He is the creator of the Nurturing Parenting Program upon which the Family Links Nurturing Programme is based.
Director of the Glenapp Estate Company and a Trustee of the Inchcape Foundation.
She teaches a deep relaxation technique called Help Yourself which is a synthesis of other techniques she has learnt.
A mother and grandmother and involved in the activities of Family Links since its inception.
Annette introduced the Nurturing Programme to the UK in 1992 and was Chief Executive until March 2015.
In 1997 she founded Family Links in order to reach children in schools as well as parents in the community.
Her experiences in health visiting, education and parenthood were her core assets.
Retired after 14 years as Director of the Department of Educational Studies at Oxford University.
He has since been Lead Director of the Nuffield Review of 14-19 Education and Training and continues to work with his Aga Khan University in Karachi.
He is also President of Socialist Education Association and National Association of Pastoral Care, and a member of the executive committee at Philosophy of Education Society of GB.
Best known as a writer whose books appeal to both adults and children.
He spent many years as a middle-school teacher, writing plays for school performances and inspiring pupils to be creative themselves.
He is a patron and active supporter of the Pegasus Youth Theatre in Oxford, The Story Museum in Oxford and the pressure group Save Kids TV.
(Photo courtesy of Chris Boland)