Our outstanding early years educators build on children’s individual strengths and passions, setting a high standard for their learning and development. Each child receives a personalised approach that inspires them to become a purposeful, life-long learner. Meet some of our team here, and in no particular order – each and every member is as important as each other!
Deputy Head Teacher
Today’s children are tomorrow’s future. I strongly believe that the early years experiences form the basis of how children cope with life situations. Their communication and language and personal, social and emotional development form the basis of skills that give them an advantage for the rest of their life. I consider it a privilege to be part of a child’s formative years and to be able to help shape the future. I am passionate about instilling the love of lifelong learning into a child. This is through positive interactions and through a love of teaching. Interactive learning is a key element to engaging children who have an intrinsically curious nature.
I am committed to providing excellence in a child’s holistic education.
I am passionate to bring staff, children and parents together to ensure a happy and safe environment in which to nurture children. My greatest pleasure is seeing children blossom in a caring environment. Children should be placed in a positive environment and recognised that throughout a child’s life, a holistic education is vital.
I get such an enjoyment from working with children as it is so rewarding to see them develop and grow. Spending time with children allows you to experience their learning transformations and development first hand which I love to see. I have always believed that role modelling to staff in the classrooms and to the children is also key, particularly as children look up to and copy from adults which then helps to shape how they behave in school, when making relationships and when making difficult decisions in the future.
I have always had a passion of looking after and educating children, watching them grow and develop with their own little personalities. It’s a great sense of achievement when they go off to school and they have had the best start to life with you at nursery. Even though my role means I’m not with the children on a day to day basis anymore, I still love welcoming the children in each morning and being part of a childcare environment.
Third in Charge/Bumblebees Room Leader
I love the reaction that children give when they have achieved and learnt something that gives them joy and happiness. I aim to give the children the best learning experience by exposing them to different cultures that widens their knowledge of society. Also by encouraging their independence to give them the best start to go off to be the citizens of the world.
Senior Early Years Educator
My passion for working with children stems from seeing them develop, meet important milestones in the early stages of their lives and going through the journey with them. I encourage children to be independent and allow them to work things out for themselves to give them a sense of achievement and pride.
I enjoy working with children every day; encouraging them to be the most confident, happiest little people they can be and supporting their learning, without inhibiting their childhood. The sense of achievement that they get from learning new skills and becoming more independent is gratifying in its own right. Every child is unique and I believe that by incorporating their interests and making learning fun, I can provide an enabling environment for every child.
Deputy Room Leader
I am passionate about working with children because it is a fun and rewarding challenge and no two days are the same. Watching the children grow and learn is what makes working with children so enjoyable. I enjoy developing the children's skills and independence to help shape them into their future selves. Children learn best through having sensory experiences and through being active learners and I try to incorporate this when planning activities. I like to give the children the time and space to explore with peers and with me, while giving them the guidance they need to learn. Children that happy are more inclined to learn and grow.
Blossom Tree gave me my first ever job and I’m glad it is with children. I’m passionate about my job because I love working with children. I like helping them reach their milestones and the satisfaction I feel when they reach them. I work at the best of my ability so that the children can work at theirs.
I have worked in childcare for 36 years. I have worked with all ages ranging from 3 months to 12 years. I love giving the children a stimulating environment and watching them develop in all areas. Children are all unique and develop at their own rate. I have a great job helping them achieve and reach their milestones.
Deputy Room Leader
I have been working in nurseries for the past 3 years and seeing children grow and flourish, meeting each mile stone with my support through extending their learning and giving them vital life skills are the reasons that sparks my passion and helps me grow as a practitioner. Researching childhood development, I always ensure that children are given the best learning experiences through a range of creative activities allowing them to explore and try new experiences that allow them to take risks and develop their senses and language.
Deputy Room Leader
I am passionate about helping children achieve their best by supporting their individual needs and interests. I aim to give the children the best learning experience by providing a safe and nurturing environment for children to explore and ensure all children are given equal opportunities to learn and achieve.
I'm passionate about my job because when my children were young, I was a stay at home parent. When they started school I wanted to continue in childcare so started a qualification in childcare as I wanted to continue to nurture children in wellbeing, growth and development. The children receive lots of affection and the freedom to explore their surroundings and I assist them when required so they can play independently with confidence.
I thoroughly enjoy supporting the team at Blossom Tree in my administrative role. The atmosphere and being around the children makes coming to work a pleasure and I love seeing the children’s happy faces.
Blossom Tree Montessori received an 'Outstanding' Ofsted rating in February 2020. Blossom Tree believes in providing the best start in life for your child through its effective staff recruitment processes. We employ 'best in class' practitioners. We have high staff retention rates and take care of our staff. So they take care of your child.