Meet The Staff

Kinder und Erzieherin spielen zusammen mit Bausteinen im Kindergarten

Nursery Manager

Deborah is the Nursery Manager. Deborah holds a level 4 Childcare qualification. Deborah was trained in Australia before moving to the UK, since moving here Deborah has gained vast knowledge and experience throughout her career in childcare. Deborah has four adult children of her own and has eight grandchildren, all a big part of her life. Deborah is a professional with high standards and encourages the staffing team to lead by the same example. Deborah is committed to implementing quality care and learning opportunities for children and their families. Deborah follows the Statuary Guidance and is up to date with all relevant regulations to ensure the nursery is complicate with all regulations required.  Deborah is a passionate, caring and a creative individual who loves to work around the children and staff within the nursery.

Nursery Deputy Manager

Farzana is a Level 3 Nursery practitioner. Farzana has more than seven years’ experience working with children as well as being a parent for twelve years. Fazana enjoys working as part of a team helping children from all walks of life develop and grow independently into confident individuals. Farzana is aware of the influence and input that she has as an early year’s practitioner and believes a ‘Parent Partnership ‘is the most effective way of children developing to their full potential. Farzana has a good understanding of the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework and how to implement it to the full effect to ensure the outcomes for children are reached. Farzana is a very caring individual who loves her chosen career.

Staff:

Investigator’s Room:

Aishia is a qualified Level 3 Nursery Practitioner. Aishia has worked with children from birth to 5 years and has an excellent understanding of the Early Years Foundation Stage document and implement’s the development matters statements as part of the children’s learning and development within their play. Aishia uses holistic learning to encourage creative language and a rich learning environment.

Tyeba is working towards her level 2 Qualification in childcare. Tyeba is very motivated and interacts with the children on a high level. Tyeba follows the Early Years Foundation Stage Framework, planning valuable activities to enhance the children’s learning and development. Tyeba enjoys the creative aspect to her learning and shares this with the children.

Discoverers Room:

Ellie is a Level 3 Qualified Nursery Practitioner. Ellie enjoys her interaction with the children and organising stimulating activities for the children to participate in. Ellie ensures that the learning and development of all the children is followed as part of the Early Years Foundation Stage guidance. Ellie is open and understanding of all the children and their individual needs.

Shareen has a Level 2 Childcare Qualification and is working towards her Level 3. Shareen is a highly motivated member of staff who enjoys a new challenge. Shareen interacts with the children through play and is confident using the Foundation stage to help further develop the children’s learning and understanding.

Explorers Room:

Farzana is a Level 3 Nursery practitioner. Farzana has more than seven years’ experience working with children as well as being a parent for twelve years. Fazana enjoys working as part of a team helping children from all walks of life develop and grow independently into confident individuals. Farzana uses her knowledge of the Early Years Foundation Stage to ensure that the children have fun, exciting and stimulating activities available throughout the day to enhance their learning and development. Farzana is a caring and motivated individual.

Sameerah has a Level 2 Qualification in Childcare and is working towards her Level 3. Sameerah uses the Early Years Foundation Stage framework to plan and carryout activities based on the children’s interests. Sameerah has experience working with children from 3 months to 5 years. Sameerah enjoys interacting and observing the children through their play.

 
  • 7th October 2016
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