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Staffing

Employees

The present employees of Funfishers Out of School Club are employed in the Playgroup, After School and Breakfast Clubs, the Holiday Club Co-ordinator and the Manager. The Holiday Club Playworkers are employed on a temporary basis and are mainly students.

Recruitment

The Manager deals with recruitment and training of suitable employees for the Holiday Club. Funfishers is always pleased to welcome Volunteer Playworkers.

Training

The Manager and Committee has provided an action plan for staff training and all permanent employees are required to train to NVQ, Level 2 or equivalent. The Management Committee authorised a range of core training for all staff, as well as personal development training for permanent staff, including the Manager, during 2007. Training will always be delivered by recognised bodies.

 

Our Staff

We have qualified, experienced and extremely dedicated staff, who are;

Lesley Calvert (BEM) - Manager/Administrator/Safeguarding Children’s Officer and EYT

Katie Hatfield QTS /Rebecca Calvert BA – Deputy Managers/Early Years Practitioners

Rebecca Calvert  Early Years practitioner / Educational Needs Co-Ordinator

Danielle Bushby Early Years practitioner / Inclusion Co-ordinator

Carol Dixon – Cook

Julie Hatfield – Playworker

Angela Robb – Early Years Practitioner

Emma Dobson – Playworker

Sarla Joshi – Playworker

Darren Rutherford – Playworker

Thea Wimpenny - Playworker

India Pierson - Playworker

Ana Montierro -  Early Years practitiioner/Playworker

Phillipa Bushel - Playworker

Sharon Harrison - Playworker


Sonia Cadenhead - Early Years practitioner

 

 

Volunteers

We maintain the ratio of adults to children that is set by the Safeguarding and Welfare Requirements, for full details click here.

We are very lucky to live in a community that is rich with potential volunteers who we ensure are DBS checked and follow all the same induction procedures as new members of staff. Volunteers where possible, complement our staff ratios. They help us to:

  • give more time and attention to each child;
  • support and talk with children about their interests and activities;
  • help children to experience and benefit from the activities we provide;
  • Allow children to explore and be adventurous in safety both indoors and out.
  • Learn about the wider community and world that we live in from our large diverse group of volunteers who’s experiences capture the imagination and learning for our children.
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