Meet The Staff


Vicky Davis - Level 3 Practitioner & Deputy Manager (Currently Acting Manager)

 

 

My Name is Vicky Davis. I live in Bussage with my husband and three children.

 

I have an NNEB qualification which I gained in 1999 at The Norland College. I have many years of experience working in early years, as a nanny, in nurseries and my previous post as a Play leader in a local playgroup.

 

I am very passionate about the well-being of the children and really enjoy working in the early years. I feel privileged to be caring for your children, seeing them grow and develop.

 

 

I am looking forward to getting to know everyone and becoming part of such a dedicated team.


Bryony Clements - Level 3 Practitioner & SENDCo

 

My name is Bryony, I’ve lived in Leonard Stanley all my life as well as my parents, I also have an older sister and 2 cats that complete my family. 

 

I have a Level 3 Qualification in Early Years and have worked with children aged from 5 months up to 6 years which has provided me with a range of experience. I’ve also attended SEND training and been involved in the EHCP process. 

 

I’m passionate about providing an inclusive practice to all children and supporting children with their development and well-being.

 


Danielle Trotman - Level 2 Practitioner

 

Hi, my name is Danielle and I have previously been the key person to red group at the Playgroup

 

It has always been my dream to work with children, and i have been lucky enough to work at Kings Stanley Playgroup since I left school in 2016. Previous to that, I also carried out my work experience and volunteer work at the Playgroup too.

 

In the 3 years which I have worked at the playgroup, I have been lucky enough to complete my Level 2 apprenticeship which I received my certificate for in May 2018.

 

I look forward to welcoming back some familiar faces and meeting some new ones too.  


Hannah Tremlin - Early Years Practitioner

Hi my name is Hannah Tremlin and I live in Kings Stanley village with my husband and our three children. All three of my children have attended Kings Stanley Playgroup so I hold the playgroup dearly in my heart. I am really happy to now be part of the team. 

 

I have experience of working in school settings and early years settings. My previous role was a Family Support Worker at a local children’s centre. I worked closely with families’ through group and outreach work. I specialised in working with young parents.  

 

I am a holder of a Bachelor Degree in Psychology which helped me to understand child development and the importance of learning through play. Through play, children develop language skills, their emotions and creativity, social and intellectual skills. Whilst working at the playgroup I will also be studying at university to gain my level 7 in Early Years with Early Years Teacher Status (PgCert).


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