Harriet Wray

Harriet is practice development lead for social work on the Frontline programmePrior to Frontline, She worked in initial assessment and long-term statutory child safeguarding teams. She also contributed to the training and development of colleagues to use motivational interviewing in children’s social work.

Harriet is a practice educator, which means she has assessed and developed student social workers on their social work placements. She has also mentored university students interested in a career in social work or related fields.

Before qualifying as a social worker, Harriet worked as a children’s advocate and volunteered for the NSPCC delivering assemblies and workshops in primary schools to help educate children about the different kinds of abuse. She also taught English in a secondary school in China.


Practice Education, University of Hertfordshire

MA Social Work, University of Sheffield

Postgraduate Certificate in Psychology (Child Development), Institute of Education, University of London

BA Philosophy and Linguistics, University of York

Location: London

Coram Campus
41 Brunswick Square