Kerry Dickson
Level 2 Pre-School Practitioner ​

Basic Child Protection (2017)

L2 NVQ in Child Care & Education (1994)
Paediatric First Aid (2020)

Jo Kingman ​
Deputy Leader

Designated Person SENCo training (2019)

Schema in Action (2015)

Paediatric First Aid (2020)

L3 Diploma for the Early Years Workforce (2017)

Our Pre-School staff are a caring and close knit team who have many years' experience working with young children. They are all highly qualified and have a great skill-set to ensure all the children who attend the Pre-School have their developmental needs met.


All the staff have been assessed by Ofsted and have passed enhanced checks with the Disclosure Baring Service, are epi-pen trained and have completed paediatric first aid training.


Each child that attends the Pre-School will be assigned a key person, who will work with them, help them to settle in, make friends, assess their needs and progress, meet with parents and help with daily activities.

Amie Blocksidge
Level 2 Pre-School Practitioner

Basic Child Protection (2020)
L2 NVQ in Early Years Care and Education (2006)
Paediatric First Aid (2020)

Meet the Team...

Rochelle Mallet
Pre-School Leader

​MA Early Childhood Education (2018)
​BA (hons) Childhood and Youth Studies (2017)
Level 4 Certificate in Early Years Practice (2012)
​NVQ Level 3 Childcare, Learning and Development (2010) 

Designated Person for Child Protection (2018)

SENCo  

Kirsty Law
Senior Level 3 Pre-School Practitioner

Designated Person for Child Protection (2018)

ECAT - Every Child a Talker (2017)

Paediatric First Aid (2019)
​L3 Diploma in Child Care & Education (2009)

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Hail Weston Pre-School Activity Group, Village Hall, Hail Weston, Cambridgeshire, PE19 5JS | 01480 214574

Registered Charity Number: 1066057

Amy Austin
Level 3 Pre-School Practitioner

Paediatric First Aid (2017)

Supporting Boys (2018)
L3 Diploma in the children's and young peoples workforce (2014)