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Jackie Seddon

Nursery Manager

Jackie Seddon is the Nursery Manager for Atherton House School (AHS); Jackie has worked in childcare for over 20 years and has been the manager at AHS since 2006. Since starting at AHS, Jackie has gained her degree in Early Years Leadership and Management, she has completed her Montessori Teaching Diploma and Early Years’ Professional Status, as well as becoming a Lead Language practitioner helping to support Sefton School Readiness settings within the community with their Language and Communication provision. Jackie’s main responsibilities are to seamlessly ensure the daily running of the setting.

– DESIGNATED SAFE GUARDING PERSON
– HEALTH & SAFETY
– PARENT AS PARTNERS
– FILE AUDIT
– SENCO SUPPORT (AW)
– POSITIVE BEHAVIOUR

– OUTDOOR PROJECTS
– EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
– FIRE SAFETY CHECKS
– ELDP COORDINATOR
– TRACKING AUDIT COORDINATOR

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Andrula Webster

Nursery Deputy Manager

Andrula Webster is the Nursery Deputy Manager and began her placement as a student at Atherton House School in 2008 before joining the setting in 2012 and becoming Deputy in 2014. Andrula has gained her CACHE level 3 diploma in Childcare and Education, Level 4 in Education/ Early Childhood and Elklan speech, Language and communication.

– DEPUTY DESIGNATED SAFE GUARDING PERSON
– OBSERVATION/ PLANNING COORDINATOR
– SCHOOL/SETTING COORDINATOR
– SENCO

– OUTDOOR PROJECTS
– FILE AUDIT
– TRACKING COORDINATOR
– PARENT AS PARTNERS

Baby Room

Room Leader

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Amy

Level 3

I chose to study childcare because I have a younger brother and I enjoyed making activities for him to learn new skills as he grew up.

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Michelle

Level 3

I chose to study childcare because its something I have always wanted to do from school age as I love watching children learn skills.

Practitioners

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Tamara

Level 3

I chose to develop my career in childcare as I enjoy looking after my younger family members and watching them learn new things.

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Janet

Level 3

I chose to study childcare as I have young grandchildren and like teaching children new skills

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Laura W

Level 3

I have been working with children for five and half years, I have always wanted to work with children since leaving school. I enjoy supporting their play and helping to enhance their development.

Assistant

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Cath

I chose to begin my job in Atherton House as I used to be a childminder when I was younger and working with children was something I missed.

Nursery Room

Room Leader

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Laura B

Level 3 Qualified

I went into childcare when I left school because I love helping children develop on their journey into ‘big school’

Practitioners

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Karren

Level 3

I have always looked after children as I’m the oldest in my family, 9 went onto doing childminding then fostering and I started in childcare 12 years ago.

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Caitlin

Childcare Assistant

I am passionate about working with children because I love to see them develop. Also because I have a big family and I am the oldest and I love caring for my younger siblings which inspired me to start.

Kindergarten Room

Room Leader

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Audrey

CACHE in Childcare

I began my career in childcare as I used to volunteer in my son’s school and once he grew up I missed seeing and helping younger children learn and develop.

Practitioners

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Nicola

Level 3

I began my career in childcare as my mum helped out in schools and I enjoyed listening to stories she shared.

Pre-School

Room Leader

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Rachel

Level 3

I began to study childcare as I thought it would be a nice profession and help children to learn.

Practitioners

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Lydia

Level 3

I’ve always wanted to help children learn, grow and develop. Since I was little girl playing teachers, I knew it was the job for me.

Cook and Welfare Support

Cook

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Sue

Welfare Assistant

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Carol

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Jayne

Maintenance

Maintenance

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Ged

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