DIRECTORS

Charlotte Roebuck BSc (Hons) EYTS PGDip

Managing Director

 

Charlotte  graduated with a first-class honours degree and also an Outstanding grade during her Early Years Teacher Training. She is currently working towards a Masters in Leadership and Management at the University of Bradford. She is also a tutor for Best Practice Network. Charlotte provides the leadership for a very talented team.

Robert Roebuck BA(Hons) EYTS PGCE NPQH MA

 

Director

 

Robert has worked his whole career in education as a teacher, LEA Advisor and Ofsted early years inspector. He qualified as an early years teacher (Outstanding grade) and has also achieved QTS and NPQH and an MA in early childhood education. He provides the leadership for teaching and learning. He is also a tutor for Best Practice Network.

'all staff deliver superb quality of teaching'

 

OFSTED Report September 2018

 

SENIOR MANAGEMENT TEAM

Jade Rose BA(Hons)

Nursery Manager

 

Jade graduated with a 2:1 degree in Early Years from the University of Huddersfield.

 

She provides the daily management of the nursery liasing with parents and our other stakeholders.

 

She is currently working towards Early Years Teacher Status with Best Practice Network.

Alice Imeson BA(Hons) EYTS

Deputy Manager

 

Alice graduated from Sheffield Hallam University and in 2017 achieved Early Years Teacher Status.

 

She is Deputy Manager and also leads the two Pre School Rooms.

Liliya Sazanavets BA(Hons) EYTS

Early Years Teacher

 

Liliya graduated with a 2:1 degree in Early Childhood Studies and in 2018 achieved early years teacher status at the University of Huddersfield . She is leader of the Toddler Rooms.

Amelia Barker BA(Hons)

Trainee Early Years Teacher

 

Amelia graduated with a degree in Children, Young Peple and Families with Education Studies. She is currently working towards Early Years Teacher Status with Best Practice Network.

The Effective Provision of Pre-school Education (2004) (EPPE) project investigated the effects of preschool education and care on children’s development. EPPE explored the characteristics of effective practice.

 

The research was clear, settings that have staff with higher qualifications have higher quality scores and their children make more progress.

 

Our latest Ofsted Report is evidence of how crucial it is to have a highly skilled and experienced team. We have established a team passionate about their work and they are determined to do it well. They care deeply for the children. Our vision is to provide an excellent service for the children and their families that makes a positive difference to their lives.

 

The Effective Provision of Pre-School Education (EPPE) Project
The Effective Provision of Pre-School Education (EPPE) project is the first major European longitudinal study of a national sample of young children’s development between the ages of 3 and 7 years. To investigate the effects of pre-school education, the EPPE team collected a wide range of information on 3,000 children.
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