Opening times: 9am to 3pm Monday - Thursday, 9am to 1pm Fridays during term time
All staff at Stepping Stones are fully qualified and hold up to date first aid certificates. Together our staff form a dedicated and committed team.
Staff at Stepping Stones are always working hard to improve their professional development, qualifications and personal achievements. Some of the achievements of the Stepping Stones Staff team are detailed below.
In October 2017 Bryher celebrated her graduation, at Norwich Cathedral! After 3 years of hard work Bryher now holds a BA (HONS) in Early Years and Childhood Studies.
Kim and Nats attend the Norfolk County Council Annual Early Years Conference.
Kim and Nats loved the music area. They explored new musical instruments, lights, sounds and some fabulous sensory equipment!
Kim and Nats participated in workshops, and attended seminars, based around the theme "Well Being".
Nats enjoyed the circus workshop, where she learnt to juggle!
Kim Harper: Proprietor.
Kim holds a Childhood Studies BA (HONS) degree as well as the Early Years Professional Status (EYPS).
Kim has recently trained to become a Forest School, Level 3, Practitioner.
Kim has completed Signalong training, and leads signing within the setting.
Kim's favourite children's book is "Whatever Next" by Jill Murphy.
Kim carries out the following roles within the setting:
Special Educational Needs Coordinator (SENCO)
Behaviour Management Lead Practitioner.
Safeguarding Lead Practitioner.
Health and Safety Management.
Nina Kendrick: Deputy Manager.
Nina holds a Pre Primary Montessori Level 3 qualification.
Nina's favourite children's book is "Juice The Pig" by Martine Obourne.
Nina carries out the following roles within the setting:
Special Educational Needs Co-ordinator (SENCO)
Safeguarding Lead Practitioner
Aleysha Staines: Early Years Practitioner and Forest School Leader.
Aleysha holds an NVQ Level 2 Early Years Care and Education Certificate.
Aleysha holds a Level 3 Forest School Leaders Qualification.
Aleysha's favourite children's book is "Alice in Wonderland" By Lewis Carroll.
Aleysha carries out the following roles within the setting:
Forest School Leader.
Bryher McCabe: Supply Early Years Practitioner.
Bryher holds a Childhood Studies BA (HONS) Early Years and Childhood Studies Degree.
Bryher has a great interest in Speech and Language Development, and she is currently undertaking professional courses, designed for Early Years Practitioners, that relate to this specific area.
Bryher's favourite children's book is "The Tiger Who Came To Tea" By Judith Kerr.
Emily Sayer: Early Years Practitioner.
Emily hold a Level 3, BTEC National Diploma in Children's Care, Learning and Development.
Bridget Keeble: Supply Assistant Early Years Practitioner.
Natalie Harrison: Supply Assistant Early Years Practitioner.