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The Inclusion Team

Jayne Mundy

I am the SEND Administrator with over 15 years of experience and involvement in SEND support and Inclusion.

‘Champion’ and NOA co-ordinator of support for Children We Care For (formerly LAC)  and I also oversee responsibility for children with physical and sensory difficulties.

Carly Roberts

 

Job Role: ELSA, Forest school and animal care lead, C and I LC, Duke of Edinburgh manager. 

 

My main professional experience is in ASD, anxieties, behaviour, mental health and school avoidance. I teach outdoor practical skills, animal care and the natural environment. 

I studied at the University of Birmingham and obtained BA and MSc in ancient history and environmental archaeology and palaeoenvironments.

I have lots of experience in woodland and remote environments, bush craft and wild food foraging. I’m obsessed with the outdoors, the natural world and promotes importance of exploring outdoors for positive mental health and local environment awareness. 

I also have a background in art and design, a black belt in jujitsu and an interest in exotic animals.

Beth Fleming

My name is Beth Flemming and I am a Learning Coach specialising in SEMH. I have worked in education for nearly all my adult life. Mainly as a teacher of maths, but I have also worked in both secondary school and college settings in a support role too. I love everything to do with history, from visiting a centuries-old manor house, to reading an historical fiction book by my favourite author, Philippa Gregory.

Kirsty Sims

I joined NOA in November 2020, previously working at a local primary school.  Since joining NOA I have been supporting pupils in class to be able to access their lessons through my capacity as a Learning Coach. I also run the gardening club at school as I believe fresh air is important for well-being. In my spare time I like to run, and have completed Wolf runs and marathons.

Jess Woods

My name is Jessica Wood, I am Learning Coach supporting students with SEMH needs. I have worked for 8 years with children and young people with emotional difficulties, I really enjoy the challenges and rewards that it brings. I have two young children that keep me very busy, I like to cook and I have a degree in Psychology and Education Studies.

Andy Bryan

Job Role: Learning coach

Qualifications: BSC Biological sciences

I have taught Biology, General Sciences and Health and Social Care in secondary schools in London and in Milton Keynes.

I have also worked as a library assistant at the University of Northampton.

My hobbies are Martial Arts, African Music and I also have a keen interest in Astronomy. This interest was aroused in 1969 when as a young child I remember watching the first Apollo moon landing on television. I remember saying to my parents that I wanted to be an astronaut when I grew up.

Even though childhood dreams don't always materialise, I have always tried to do my best in everything that I do.

My interest here at NOA is to help motivate young people so that they can achieve their full potential.

Victoria Howes

EAL Learning Coach

I have worked in the EAL department for over 2 years and support students who do not have English as a first language access the mainstream curriculum and improve their written and spoken English.

I am a qualified Ecologist and previously worked in both indoor and outdoor skydiving industries.


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