|Mr StuartAfter completing a University Education Degree in Australia, I have worked in schools for the past 15 years. In 2009 I established ‘Chelsea Pre-Prep & Nursery’ with the ethos of creating the highest possible provision in education. I firmly believe in running a creative, forward thinking school with high standards of extracurricular activities, facilities and high quality staff. I am also very experienced in helping parents through the admission and assessment maze for their next schools in London.|
|Miss AmyOriginally from Edinburgh and growing up in France, I’ve lived in London for the past 11 years. With a background in publishing and food PR I felt I needed a change of scene and have recently decided to study to become a Nutritional Therapist. Working as the Administrator at Chelsea Pre-Prep & Nursery is the perfect role for me, fitting in with my studies and giving me a fun and positive place to work.
I enjoy coming to school every morning, looking forward to chatting to the children and hearing what they are doing in class – there’s never a dull day at Chelsea Pre-Prep & Nursery.
|Miss LaurenHaving graduated from Manchester University with a Degree in Early Childhood studies my first experience of teaching was in the USA where I worked as a Swimming and Archery teacher. I then returned to the UK, where I worked in schools with children aged 3-5. I moved to London to continue my teaching career in 2009 and joined CPPN in 2010, where I teach a class of 4-5 year olds. I enjoy many aspects of teaching especially the freedom to be creative and imaginative, but I think one of the most gratifying and rewarding aspects of teaching is seeing children become motivated to learn and so happy to see you each day.|
|Miss WinsyWhen I joined CPPN in 2009 little did I know I was about to discover my dream job. I moved from a career in graphic design and advertising in Spain to a career in Education in London. Every morning I look forward coming into our school as two days are never the same. My interests are language and literacy, socio-dramatic play and providing children with the life skills they will need in order to succeed later in life. I currently teach the 3-4 year olds, am the SENco of the setting, hold a Foundation Degree in Early Years and a certificate on Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL).|
|Miss DanniI joined CPPN in 2011 after teaching firstly in the Special Needs department of a secondary school and then Early Years teacher in a pre-prep in Hampstead. I graduated from the University of Leicester in 2009 with a BA Sociology degree and also have completed a NVQ3 in Children’s care. My passion within teaching is the early years and I would describe my teaching style as energetic. I love to see children individually progress and reach their targets and currently teach the 2.5-3.5 year olds.|
|Miss MariaI joined CPPNS in February 2009 and hold an Advanced Diploma in Primary School Education Teaching (Pedagogy) and NVQ3 in Children’s Care, Learning and Development. It iss my belief that is very important for the children to be able to enjoy early childhood and I aim to create a warm, friendly atmosphere where children can express themselves in variety of ways and learn though play.|
|Miss MiriamI Joined CPPN in March 2012 after completing an education degree and teaching in Portugal. I currently teach the rising 3 year olds at the school and particularly enjoy themed activities and using natural resources to create a visual classroom to encourage children’s communication skills. The variety of my day is what makes me love my job.|
|Miss AdinaI joined Chelsea Pre-Prep & Nursery in September 2013 and have a degree in Finance and Economics. However my real passion is working with children and being able to nurture, develop and educate them in their early years. I have been a teacher for 9 years and educate not only through knowledge but through energy, creativity, patience and passion. I have been privileged to work at some outstanding schools within London, Chelsea Pre-Prep is definitely at the top of that list.|
|Mr AidanI joined the school in September 2012 after completing a level three diploma in Childcare and Education. I am currently teaching children aged 3-4 years old and preparing for their reception year. I also work with individually to support children with special educational needs. I have previous experience in America working with autistic children. I enjoy encouraging children to learn through imaginative play.|
|Miss JudithMy role at the school is class teacher for the 3.5-4.5 year olds. I have been working with children for the past 25 years including 10 years as a nanny and 15 years as a teacher at Chelsea Kindergarten where I completed my NNEB, and now at Chelsea Pre-Prep & Nursery. I particularly enjoy teaching through ‘Knowledge of the World’ topics and creative activities. I also help parents through the assessment and transition of children through to reception at the local Prep schools.|
|Miss CarinaI joined the school in 2010 and after initially wanting to be a midwife I decided to follow the teaching path and currently teach our 2 to 3 year olds which I absolutely love. I hold a ‘Level 3 Diploma For The Children And Young People’s Workforce’ and also an ‘A-Level in Health And Social Care’ and describe myself as highly motivated, enthusiastic teacher who particular enjoys encouraging communication and confidence in children.|
|Mr JoeI joined Chelsea Pre-Prep & Nursery in January 2016 and are currently completing my NQT year with the school. I currently teach the rising 3 year olds at the school.|
|Miss IldaI joined the school in September 2016 and am a fully qualified degree trained teacher. My previous experience includes working at Dicky Birds and Willow Pre-School in Wimbledon. I currently teacher the 2.5 year olds.|
|Miss AdrianaI joined the school in September 2016 after working for 7 years at Pippa Popins. I currently teach the rising 3 year olds and being an ex-Falkner house girl myself understand the environment these children are surrounded by in Chelsea.|
|Miss VickyI started with Chelsea Pre-Prep & Nursery in 2009 when the school opened. I have since had my own son and returned to the school. I bring both experience in early years and understanding from a parent perspective.|