Sabrina Dixon


Executive Director/Founder


BA Ed (Hons), QTS

Sabrina is a South London teacher, with 10 years of secondary school teaching experience. Highly motivated entrepreneur and community activist. Along with being a member of Lewisham's BME network, an associate member to the Mental Health Leadership Alliance Board,  a member of the African and Caribbean Health Inequalities review board, an independent panel member of Lewisham's Admissions and Exclusions board, and proud parent governor. Having 6 years of lived Mental Illness experience and the inequality that she faced first hand birthed S.I.R.G.

Richard Johnson


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PGCE, BA (Hons), MA Teaching, NPQH, Director S.I.R.G CIC
He is a highly qualified senior teacher, with a wide range of experience in teaching, leadership, and management positions in secondary education. He has helped establish SIRG in the hope of giving something back to the community through the advocacy of young people and parents.  He continues to work as a part-time teacher of Business in order to dedicate his time and resources to build S.I.R.G and achieve its mission

Selina Sharpe


Selina Sharpe M.A., B.Ed., Dip.Theo – is a retired Executive Headteacher now working as an education consultant. She started her career as a tutor in Adult education, moving into the primary sector as a teacher in the late 80’s.  Having worked in the education field for approx 30 years, Selina has extensive knowledge and understanding of school systems in the UK, USA and Ghana.  

Selina has delivered keynote and educational sessions at professional conferences on various educational subjects.  As a previous Ofsted inspector she is experienced in  inspecting schools and making sound judgements by analyzing evidence.   She would class herself as a management development trainer being experienced in raising standards by developing leadership skills, motivating and inspiring teams.

Selina currently teaches the Education and Award Teaching certificate, where learners gain a level 3 qualification enabling them to venture into a teaching career.