Co-Head of Nursery
I have lived and worked locally for many years and have had 3 children who have all grown up attending the local schools. I am a keen swimmer and enjoy walking and yoga. I also love musical theatre!
Co-Head of Nursery
I have worked within the care industry in some capacity for the last 15 years , mainly with folks with learning or physical disabilities, supporting them at home or in the community to live as independently as possible. I absolutely believe in the person centred approach. With the best support, anyone can flourish and achieve their potential. Although this is my first position in a nursery , I think the same principle applies. I have recently completed training in Early Talk Boost and it has been so rewarding seeing it in action and working with the children.
I am so proud to be part of ‘The Ark’ team and love watching the children grow in confidence and have so much fun while learning. I am very excited to meet the other children who will walk through our doors in the future!
I most love spending time with my three children, husband and two dogs. Together we love walking, gardening and theatre.
It is a privilege to be part of the team at ‘The Ark’, and to watch the children develop towards their next steps!
The Ark Pre School is an exciting community development for Liphook Village. The project has grown out of a desire for the local church to serve the community in a practical, meaningful way, and also a vision to create much needed pre-school places. The various building developments in the area have considerably expanded the demand for nursery places; the increased demand led the Council to approach the Church asking that we consider using the facilities in this way and, happily, this coincided with members considering launching such a venture.
Bramshott and Liphook Church have worked hard to create the facility for the new nursery school which opened in September 2017. The pre-existing building was extensively modernised and altered to specifically cater for the needs of the nursery.
The school is overseen by a group of Trustees drawn from the church; they have the combined expertise in good governance, education and financial planning to ensure the project will be a great success. The PCC (the Church Council) was generous in its practical and financial provision for The Ark to become a reality.