Early Years Leader and Puffin Class Teacher
Kate is our school Early Years Leader and Wellbeing Co-Ordinator. Kate is Paediatric First Aid trained, and is very passionate about her role as a Special Educational Needs Coordinator and is constantly researching strategies & putting together action plans to ensure each and every child is given the best opportunity to learn. As an Early Years teacher, she has a special interest in supporting children's language development.
Level 6 Preschool Managerpreschoolmanager@meldreth.cambs.sch.uk
Lianne is our Pre-School Manager and an Early Year teacher. She is the Designated Safeguarding Officer and Health & Safety Officer for Pre-school as well as being Paediatric First Aid trained. Lianne is passionate about the Pre-School always striving to enhance our provision by constantly researching new ideas and initiatives. Music and singing are a big part of her life and she likes to share this and encourage the children to explore music and song during their day.
Level 3 Preschool Assistant (Named Deputy - Tuesday to Friday)
Jolene is an experienced level 3 practitioner, having worked in childcare for the last 15 years. She has become an integral part of the preschool's workings and has a brilliant rapport with the children. Jolene loves being creative with the children and could write a book on how many different things you can make with a paper plate!
Jolene has a CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Children's Learning and Development, is a Designated Child Protection Officer and has a Paediatric First Aid Qualification. She has a particular fascination in early language development and early scientific exploration, having completed extensive training in these areas and in Forest Schooling.
Level 3 Preschool Assistant (Named Deputy - Monday)
Katie is an experienced level 3 practitioner and is Paediatric First Aid trained. Katie exudes happiness and jollity and the children absolutely adore her. Katie has a CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Children's Learning and Development and has a Paediatric First Aid Qualification.
Katie loves her job, as watching children grow, learning new skills and preparing them for school is so rewarding and never boring! She also attended Meldreth Preschool and Primary School herself as a child.
Level 3 Preschool Assistant
Sally is an extremely passionate level 3 qualified Early Years professional. The experiences she plans will always have your child’s needs and interests at the centre. Sally has a CACHE Level 3 Diploma in Children's Learning and Development with 9 years in Early Years Management,. She has experience as a Designated Child Protection Officer and holds a Paediatric First Aid Qualification. Sally is always happy and smiling, encouraging everyone to feel at ease. She has a natural rapport with the children and you will hear children's laughter wherever she is in our setting.
Level 3 Preschool Assistant
We are delighted to introduce Anne McCrossen to our preschool team. Anne usually works in our school as our office administrator and named Paediatric First Aider and we are very excited that she will taking on this exciting temporary new role in our preschool.
Anne has a degree in Early Years and Education, is an experienced level 3 practitioner and has 14 years experience as an Early Years setting manager. Anne is loving being able to build a caring and trusting relationship with our youngest children and their families.
Marie joined the Pre-School team in 2018 as a Pre-School Assistant and is Paediatric First Aid trained. Alongside giving enhanced support to children that require it, Marie is very hands-on in all our sessions. Marie works as part of our dedicated team, to ensure your child has the best start and the happiest of times as we prepare them for school.
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