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Pinvin Community Preschool

Nurturing hearts and minds on a path of possibilities

Contributors to the Legacy Project

All the team at Pinvin Community Pre-school are committed to giving your children the very best early years experience. All staff are paediatric first aid trained and fully supported to further their knowledge and experience through further study and learning opportunities.  This ensures we are up to date with all themes associated with early years to improve the quality of care and education for all the children and families in our care.

Who are we?

Zoe Corfield

As manager Zoe has a keen interest in the mentoring of staff and loves nothing more than seeing the faces of children and adults light up when they learn or experience something new. Zoe is due to start her Early years initial teacher training qualification in September.

Highest Qualification: BA Integrated working with Children and Families: First class honour's


Jenny is a keen advocate for children and adults mental health and well-being. Jenny leads our curriculum with a passion for the great outdoors and connection with nature. Jenny is due to embark on the Early Years foundation degree in September. 

Highest qualification: Level 3 Early Years Educator: Distinction


Bobby has many years of experience working in early years having previously managed her own settings. Bobby has a keen interest in early communication skills and supports the SENCO in delivering the SEND provision. 

Bobby is having a rest from study and putting her knowledge into practice in her DSL role after recently graduating.

Highest qualification: BA Integrated working with children and families

The role of a Key person

On registration with us, each child is allocated a key person, the role of which is to help your child form a strong relationship with someone in the setting to create that security to enable them to flourish with us. Your child’s key person will quickly get to know your child, their interests and learning styles as well as how best to comfort and nurture them. We like to think of it as a champion for your child, a voice to ensure the early years provision is meeting the needs of your child. 

We work very hard to make sure the most suitable member of staff is assigned to your child. Once the key person is allocated they will contact you through many means; email, telephone conversation, face to face meeting, virtual platform or garden visits to your home. We value your inside knowledge of your child and will often ask for your understanding of their development so we can ensure we have a well rounded view of them and can support their learning and care better.