I am a midwife by training. I worked in midwifery for the last decade spending most of that time at the Royal Surrey hospital in Guildford. I really enjoyed working with families in this capacity and furthered my role to support the degree students in their training and with pastoral support alongside the university. I enjoyed supporting in education so much that I thought I would like to try working within a school and developing further in a new role.
I have always been interested in education and healthcare. After working with the midwifery degree students in my development and training role within midwifery I decided it was time to take the step across into working within a school and chose the Royal School as I thought it aligned most with my own personal ethos.
Taking up my post as the Lead Nurse at the Royal! I am excited to settle into the role and work with the children and their families.
Everyone has been so warm and welcoming; it is lovely to be part of such a warm environment. It’s lovely to see the children enjoying their schooling every day.
My children – watching them grow and develop every day inspires me.
I am an animal person! I have 2 cats and a dog and am always the person who stops to say hello to cats and dogs in the street!
A good book.
I cannot promise they are always a talent, but I love crafting and DIY. I’ve always got a few projects on the go and a cupboard full of crafting items.
A lazy morning, followed by a walk along the seaside in the sun, and a chippy dinner as the sunsets with the kids.
Always be kind, work hard and try new things
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