Georgia – Pre-School Manager
Georgia holds a BA (Hons) in Professional Studies of Learning and Development alongside Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS). She has been a member of the team for eight years, having initially started as the Deputy Manager. She is one of the settings Designated Safeguarding Leads and oversees the day-to-day management of the setting. Georgia currently works Monday to Wednesday.

Ann – Bank Staff

Ann is a Level Three Practitioner and has worked at the setting for fifteen years. Having stepped down from her former role as a key-person, Ann now works on an ad-hoc basis when staff shortages occur due to training courses, sickness and such like. 

Elaine – Practitioner
Elaine is a Level Three practitioner with many years of experience in a similar setting. Elaine was appointed in February 2018 and now works part-time hours (Tuesday to Friday) within the setting and at our after school club. She has additional training in several areas, including: Boys Learning, Early Language Development and Science Activities.

Katherine – Bank Staff

Katherine is a Level Two practitioner, and works at pre-school as a member of bank staff. She provides cover for those who may be ill, on a training course, attending a meeting outside of pre-school and such like. 

Jo Garlick – Deputy Manager and Key Person
Jo is our deputy manager, and holds a Level Three Qualification. She is one of three key-people, and is responsible for the children in the green group. Jo is our Special Educational Needs Co-Ordinator (SENCO), and one of the settings Designated Safeguarding Leads. Jo is our longest standing member of staff, having been here for over seventeen years! Jo currently works Tuesday to Friday.

Emily – Assistant Deputy & Key Person
Emily is a Level Three Early Years Educator. Emily is the key person for all children in the blue group and is here full time. Emily also oversees the day-to-day running of the After School Club. She is also our Letters & Sounds Co-Ordinator, whereby she plans fortnightly activities to support the children’s communication and literacy development.