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Early Years Foundation Stage Team

  

 

  

Miss A Mollart

Nursery Teacher & Acting EYFS Leader

 

I have worked in schools since 2008.

The best bit about my job is teaching children new skills.

The best thing is getting to listen to all the children's funny comments and stories.

I would say I am 'Responsive'.

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

Mrs K McNiven

Nursery Senior Teaching Assistant

I have worked in school nurseries since 2007.

I like helping the nursery children developing into independent, confident little people, who are ready to start school.

I love to listen to the children whilst they play. Their imaginations make me laugh. I also like it when they achieve something that seems so small, like putting on their own coat, makes them so proud of themselves. 

I am 'Patient'.  

 

 

 

 

Mrs L Nicholson

Nursery Senior Teaching Assistant

 

I have worked in schools since 1989, with a little time off when I had my children.

I like seeing the children growing in confidence and learning to believe in themselves and their own abilities and also knowing that they are valued for who they are.

My best moment was having the opportunity to visit a school in Sweden to observe how they ran their Early Years Department, it was a great experience which I found very interesting and rewarding.

One word to describe me as a professional would be a 'Team Player.'(not sure that's classed as one word, sorry!

 

 

 

 

 

          

Miss L Barrett

Aire Class Teacher

 

I have worked in schools since 2004.  I was a student teacher at Valley View in 2009, and liked it so much I came back permanently in 2014!

I enjoy working with children because they make me laugh and you never know what each day will bring!

I like working at Valley View because we have a fantastic staff team. 

Some of the nursery children call me Miss Parrot! Which they all find very funny.

The best word to describe me is 'Organised'!

 

   

 

 

        

Miss H Nicholas

Aire Class Teaching Assistant

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

Miss K Wilkinson

Reception

Teaching Assistant

 

I have been working in school for 7 years.

No two days are the same and I love watching children grow and learn.

Working in Reception every day has funny moments - it always makes me smile when the minis invite me to have tea at their house!

A word to describe me is: 'Patient'.

 

 

 

  

   

 

Miss M Stirk

Arram Class Teacher

 

I have worked in school since September 2016.

I like my job in Early Years as I get to make a difference to young children's lives on a daily basis.

The best thing that has happened to me whilst working in a school was seeing my first Reception class perform their Christmas Nativity. 

I would describe myself as 'Nurturing'.

 

 

 

 

 

 

          

Mrs J Edwards

Arram Class

Teaching Assistant

 

I have been working in school for four years properly (and two years volunteering).

Best thing about working in Valley View-the kids!

The best thing about working in school is the relationships built between the children and between the other adults-there is never a dull moment and you never know what may happen next!!

Adaptable is a word I would use most days! 

 

 

 

  

 

Mrs A Roome

Arram Class Teaching Assistant

 

 

I love working in a school because of the diversity of the things I do and the people I meet - no day is the same! I particularly like working at Valley View because we are one big family.  I've been a School Governor since 2011 but after working briefly at another school in Leeds I joined the team at Valley View in March 2016.

Funny and amazing things happen often in school, but I remember being on a trip to Armley Mills Victorian school room and the very strict school mistress told some of the adults off for not listening, the children thought it very funny but no-one dared laugh!

A word to describe me is: 'Supportive'.