Our Team Teaching Staff Leadership Team Teachers Learning Support Leadership Team Dr Sebastien Chapleau (Headteacher – Lead Safeguarding and Child Protection Officer) Sebastien is French and has trained in the UK, specialising in teaching modern foreign languages at primary school level. Prior to training as a teacher, Sebastien studied for a PhD in English at Cardiff University, where he wrote a thesis on children’s literature and critical pedagogy. Sebastien held the post of Senior Education Organiser with Citizens UK, where he worked with Headteachers across London, supporting them around issues of youth leadership and community engagement. He is a member of the Ambition School Leadership network (part of the Future Leaders programme and its Headship Institute). He occasionally facilitates training sessions for Ambition School Leadership programmes (‘Data’ and ‘Teaching and Learning’). In addition to this, Sebastien occasionally runs seminars for PGCE Primary Education students at the University of Greenwich. Sebastien’s positive contribution to Franco-British relations was recognised when he became a member of the Entente Cordiale Network in 2002 and his contribution to community life in London was recognised by Mayor Boris Johnson in 2012, when he received a Community Champion Award. More recently, the Company of Educators – a Livery Company in the City of London focusing on Education – decided to give him their Inspirational Educator Award for his contribution to education in the UK. Jenna Crittenden (Deputy Headteacher – Deputy Safeguarding and Child Protection Officer): Jenna is a member of Ambition School Leadership network (part of the Future Leaders programme), Leading with Confidence (Southwark Teaching Alliance) and UCL Co-Lab (NPQH Participant). She has been teaching for 10 years, beginning in Manchester , then Germany and then as an inaugural staff member at La Fontaine. She studied English and Educational Politics as Chester University before completing a PGCE Primary and Masters in Education as the University of Cumbria. She is very interested in the development of women as leaders and flexible working to ensure retention of strong teachers. Jenna has written articles for several educational publications on topics related to mastery, teaching mums and curriculum design. She has been designing curriculum areas for the last 7 years and is particularly interested in the use of outdoor space, ICT and development of mastery to prepare the students for the future. She is a swimming teacher and life guard and believes that swimming is a life skill all children should have. She decided to become a teacher after volunteering in schools in Fiji, Kenya and Uganda and realising the importance of education for future prospects. She fervently believes that all students should be given aspirational opportunities and experience cultural diversity in order to reduce inequality. Jenna enjoys spending time with her young family, travelling and baking. Sarah Edwards (Assistant Headteacher – Deputy Safeguarding and Child Protection Officer): Sarah is one of our Year 4 teachers. She has taught in schools in South-East London for over ten years and has experience of coordinating Maths, French and P.E. Sarah grew up in Leicestershire and studied French and German at university. During her studies, she spent a year working as a language assistant for the British Council in Auvergne, France – an experience which inspired her to train to be a primary school teacher. She went on to obtain a PGCE specialising in teaching modern foreign languages at primary level and completed part of her teacher training in a school in Lille. She is a member of the Ambition School Leadership network (part of the NPQSL Senior Leadership programme). In her spare time, Sarah enjoys training and playing matches with her netball team! Andrew Hewitt (Teacher and Mathematics Leader): Originally from Bournemouth, Andrew completed his PGCE at Poole SCITT and was a Year 3 class teacher for the first two years of his career. In his second year of teaching, due to his passion for technology to support learning, Andrew was appointed ICT subject coordinator. After two years he decided to relocate to Bromley and worked as a Year 1 class teacher in Hackney. He remains enthusiastic about the use of technology and ran a computing club for Year 5 children. Andrew’s other passion, inside and outside of school, is sport. He has previously coached school football teams as well as leading sports camps during the school holidays. Since hanging up his football boots (too many injuries!) Andrew has completed various 10K, half marathon and cross country runs. Andrew is a member of the Ambition School Leadership network (part of the Teaching Leaders programme). Michael Speziale (Teacher and KS1 Leader): Michael grew up in rural Ontario, Canada where he attended a two room school house and thus had a very unique experience of primary education. He began his career by teaching EAL to new Canadian immigrants and then private language students in Toronto. Michael went on to study classical guitar and opera at York University, in Toronto, and completed a degree in music education. Michael has now been teaching in England for almost 13 years and has worked in primary schools in Tottenham, Surrey and Kent where he has worked as an assistant and Deputy Headteacher. Michael is a member of the Senior Leadership Team at La Fontaine academy, as well as a a member of Ambition School Leadership network (part of the Future Leaders programme) and he believes strongly in the ability of education, in particular music and the arts, to transform and enhance the lives of children. Michael loves to travel and spends his spare time with his wife and 4 young children discovering and learning about new places in England. Diane Williams (Academy Business Manager): Diane joined STEP from a coeducational secondary school in Lewisham and, prior to that, worked for many years within the financial services industry. Her work experience and qualifications are in education, finance and also building maintenance. Diane is committed to supporting and promoting excellence in education for all children. Stephanie Rose (Inclusion Leader – Deputy Safeguarding and Child Protection Officer): Stephanie has been a qualified teacher for nearly 20 years and has taught across all primary Key Stages and also in secondary education. She joins La Fontaine from Bromley Virtual School and before that was Inclusion Manager in a Lewisham primary school for 7 years, where she gained her Masters level qualification as a Special Educational Needs and Disability Co-ordinator. Stephanie is also a qualified Specialist Teacher for learners with Specific Learning Difficulties/Dyslexia and a qualified and professionally accredited assessor for learners with Specific Learning Difficulties/Dyslexia. She is committed to helping all children and their families thrive and flourish and achieve their very best. Stephanie also has special interests in Speech and Language difficulties, the acquisition of English as an additional language and social and emotional well-being. Stephanie is half-French and speaks French fluently. She studied Psychology and German for her first degree and has studied in Germany and taught English as a Foreign Language in Spain. Stephanie enjoys dancing, baking, reading, sewing, creative arts and crafts and loves spending time with her family, friends and cat. Teachers Anna-Marie Fortune (Reception Teacher and Early Years Leader): Anna-Marie was born and raised in a small village in the midlands. From a young age she realised a love of reading and literacy, following this passion through to complete a degree in English and Cultural studies at Northampton University. During her studies she managed a large cinema and, upon graduation, moved to London where she was tasked by the company to turn around failing departments at some of their most prestigious sites. However, her passion for learning never left and, after the birth of her first child, she completed an online creative writing course and a Diploma in Postnatal Group Facilitation. Realising that literacy and learning were her true calling, Anna-Marie returned to work as an Early Years Practitioner in a pre-school, before obtaining her PGCE at Greenwich University. Now a fully qualified and experienced teacher, Anna-Marie plans to also continue her own learning and development by completing her Master’s degree. Carlos Martinez (Reception Teacher): Carlos was born in Cuenca, a beautiful small town in central Spain. Maybe because his looked after his younger brother, from a young age, Carlos knew he wanted to be an Early Years teacher. During his childhood, Carlos travelled around Spain taking part in kayak competitions and, later on, worked as a kayaking instructor for children and adults, something he did until he moved abroad. After he finished his teaching degree in Infant Education, Carlos lived in Ireland for a year and, after that, moved to England in 2013. He has worked in a nursery and in numerous primary schools over the past 4 years. This has given him a unique opportunity to enjoy working with young children in different environments. Carlos’s goal within the classroom is to create that magical environment where all the children are eager to learn through play and investigation. Carlos’s main hobbies include outdoor activities, motorsports, gadgets, and travelling. Fearghal Keane (Year 1 Teacher): Fearghal has been working in educational settings since 2009, including Summer Schools. He has been teaching in London and surrounding counties since December 2012, following a PGCE with Hibernia College, Ireland. Fearghal has taught in many settings including EAL and SEN roles. He has a degree in Geography and Irish and also has an ALCM in Oral Communication. And finally, when not at school, Fearghal enjoys spending time with his family, reading, and attempting to learn the guitar. Catherine Harris (Year 2 Teacher and Phonics Leader): Catherine joins us from Toronto, Canada, where she has just completed her teacher education program. Prior to this Catherine studied Art History and Classics, graduating from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Arts. Her studies fostered an interest in a variety of cultures and nurtured her appreciation of languages, both ancient and modern. She went on to complete her Bachelor of Education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education in Toronto. Throughout her primary and secondary studies Catherine was enrolled in the French Immersion program, from which she holds a bilingual certificate. The work she completed during her teacher education program has ignited a special interest in early learning and skill development, particularly in literacy. She is also interested in outdoor education, getting students to interact with the natural and built environment in meaningful ways in an attempt to enrich their learning experience. Agnes Szczurek (Year 2 Teacher): Agnes comes from a small, picturesque town in Poland named Zawoja. It is located in the mountains, an hour and a half drive south of Krakow. She studied at Jagiellonian University which is known for being the oldest in Poland. During her five years of study there, she specialized in teaching English and Literature. One of her most successful achievements was her Bachelor’s Degree dissertation on the use of the multiple intelligence method in teaching grammar to young learners. Prior to moving to the UK, Agnes worked as a class teacher and a subject leader in one of the local primary schools near Krakow. During that period Agnes continued studying for her Master’s Degree in literature. For the last four years, Agnes has worked at an outstanding-rated school in Lewisham teaching children from Early Years to Year 3. In her free time, she loves drawing and looking after her two cocker spaniel puppies. She enjoys spending time outdoors and being from the mountains, she likes trekking and strolling in nature. Agnes is very passionate about her work and strives to make learning both fun and challenging in her classroom. Alice Hogg (Year 3 Teacher): Alice studied Chemistry at the University of Leicester, after which she went on to work for a not-for-profit which helps visual artists navigate the legal side of the art industry. It was while volunteering as a mentor to young children that she realised she wanted to work in primary education. She trained on the Wandsworth Primary Schools’ Consortium SCITT course before joining La Fontaine Academy. She is passionate about the Sciences and hopes to instil her love of the subjects in all her students. Outside of school Alice enjoys cooking, running and yoga. Jamie Wagstaff (Year 3 Teacher): Jamie was born in London into a large working class family. He play-acted at ‘being the teacher’ as a child and his dreams of realising this never faded. After studying for a Psychology degree at Roehampton University, Jamie spent the early part of his career specialising in supported living and outreach services for vulnerable people including those with brain injuries, learning disabilities and mental health needs. His focus then shifted to working with young people and then as a learning support assistant in a primary school in Brent. He went on to gain a PGCE qualification from Roehampton University in London and began teaching in Surrey. Jamie joins La Fontaine with a zest for individualised teaching and learning approaches and sits firmly aligned with La Fontaine’s strong moral and community-based purpose. Outside school he enjoys theatre, music, the visual arts and good food, and maintains a drive to keep healthy by visiting the gym, running, and attending yoga and Pilates classes. Nuren Parpia (Year 4 Teacher): Nuren, before returning to the UK, has been teaching in an Apple-accredited setting in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Prior to this, she was teaching in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Nuren is passionate about building internationally-minded learners who are able to find global solutions. She has had the opportunity to teach in Johannesburg, Banjul, the West Bank and Nairobi. Nuren has used these trips as opportunities to expand her pedagogical practices and contribute to a global education network. London is a familiar place to Nuren as a graduate from SOAS, where she completed her BA (Hons) and later her PGCE at Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln. James Gostling (Year 5 Teacher): Growing up in the countryside of Oxfordshire, James developed a great love for life and adventure. After completing his BA(hons) in Canterbury, Kent, he travelled to Scotland where he lived in Edinburgh for 5 years. Whilst there he joined the Army Reserves in 2005 and served in Iraq and Cyprus. In 2010 James commissioned as an officer in the Royal Signals, passing out from Sandhurst Military Academy in July. It was his experience being trained and then subsequently training soldiers for operations at home and overseas that led to him discovering his love for teaching. In 2014, James completed his PGCE at Hope University in Liverpool and from there he worked in an English speaking school in Modena, Italy, where he taught English, Science, Geography and Art, following the National Curriculum to all years. He returned from Italy in May 2016 with his pregnant wife, moving to Sevenoaks. Now when he isn’t teaching, James enjoys everything family life has to offer with his beautiful wife and baby daughter. In his spare time James also enjoys cross-country running, climbing and when possible, scuba diving. Jane Walker (Teacher): Jane has been teaching for over 20 years in London schools. She gained her BSc (Hons) in Psychology and teaching degree at Goldsmiths’ College, University of London. Jane has always been a keen advocate of education and strives to create a vibrant and exciting environment in which children can learn. Jane’s abiding passion is reading. She is especially interested in keeping abreast of new books from new authors for children of all age groups. Jane is a CEOP Ambassador, trained to teach adults and children alike about keeping safe when using the Internet. She is also actively involved in the areas of mindfulness and meditation, again with a particular interest in how this can help children. Jane lives locally with her husband, an ex-teacher and artist, and has two teenage sons. Astrid Merete Kirkegaard (PE Teacher and Subject Leader): Astrid competed her Master of Arts at the University of Southern Denmark with a major in Scandinavian Language and Literature and minor in Physical Education and Health. Astrid took her GCSEs in France, at Lycée Alexandra David-Néel. Since then, she has had a passion for France and the French language. Astrid has taught in secondary school where she completed her teacher training. In recent years, she began teaching in primary school, realising the importance of early school years. Her motivation as a teacher comes from the interaction with children creating a caring, inclusive, happy and engaging environment to achieve good learning outcomes for each individual child. In her spare time she enjoys baking and crochet. Jenny Lee (Trainee Teacher): Jenny was born and grew up in Scotland before her family relocated to South East London. She acquired a passion for languages whilst at secondary school and went on to obtain a BA (Hons) in French Studies and an MSc in the Theory and Practice of Translation. Time spent living in France and Spain during and after these studies satisfied her passion for languages as well as marking the beginning of a desire to teach as she spent two years as a TEFL teacher. After 14 years working as a stenographer Jenny rekindled her desire to work in education, working firstly as a teaching assistant and later becoming a French teacher at La Fontaine Academy. She is excited to be embarking on a PGCE course in September. In her spare time Jenny enjoys spending time with her family, running and attempting some gardening. Anastasia Ogneva (Trainee Teacher): Anastasia is originally from Moscow, Russia, but was born and spent most of her childhood years in London. She finished secondary school in Moscow and moved back to the UK to attend Marlborough College between the ages of 16 and 18. It was at Marlborough College that she came to appreciate that she had a passion for teaching. Anastasia started on her journey of working in education through an internship at Swindon Academy by teaching Maths and Biology at GCSE level. Afterwards she went on to read Psychology with Sociology at City University and decided to stay an additional year to complete her Master’s degree in International Politics. During her time at university Anastasia decided that she wanted to focus on teaching primary school children. This was the result of babysitting and teaching two boys aged 3 and 4. Anastasia subsequently interned at President School in Moscow, where she taught primary school children for two months. This was an experience she greatly enjoyed and one which exposed her to the realities of working with primary school children. Anastasia is also interested in outdoor activities, such as playing tennis and going on long hikes. She also spends her free time fundraising and organising events for different charities and children’s hospitals around the world. Manal Ghebache (Trainee Teacher): Manal recently graduated from Queen Mary University of London with a Bsc degree in Psychology. She previously worked in multiple educational settings, including tutoring and working as a teaching assistant at an Arabic school on Saturdays. After having worked with children for a couple of years, Manal decided that teaching was the ideal career path and, therefore, applied for a Teacher Training programme. In her spare time, Manal enjoy spending time with family and friends, baking, swimming and travelling. Zhane Bennet (Trainee Teacher) Denifer Demaili (Trainee Teacher): Denifer has lived and studied in south east London all her life. She graduated in BSc Psychology from Goldsmiths University, then went on to study a MSc in Psychology of Education at the Institute of Education (UCL). She has worked in a private nursery for 15 months and as a teaching assistant 8 months prior to joining La Fontaine. She has worked with EAL children and can speak Turkish and Albanian fluently. Learning Support Billie Cockell (Learning Support Assistant): Billie has lived in Bromley most of her life and has two children. She has worked in charity retail for nearly ten years and has been a personal carer to a young boy since 2009. She enjoys a challenge and trying new things. She is excited about her new role and the opportunities it will bring. Rapheen Thompson (Learning Support Assistant): Rapheen is currently studying to become a teacher at the University of Greenwich, with lectures based at Bromley College. She previously worked at Gambado Ltd in Beckenham for three and a half years where she was cross-trained on all departments: Reception, Food and beverage, chef and entertainment. It was during her time spent at Gambado that her passion for teaching surfaced. She also works at Office Holdings on Saturdays in Bromley. She aims to stay fit and active so she swims, goes to the gym and attends karate where she is a 1st dan black belt, currently working towards her 2nd dan. She also assists in teaching karate. Alongside all this, she enjoys reading, socialising with friends and listening to music. Natalia Dillane (Learning Support Assistant): In 1999 Natalia graduated from Kyiv National Linguistic University (Ukraine) where she studied French and English. She worked at various educational settings in Kyiv teaching French to different age group students for 5 years. Prior to moving to the UK in 2009 Natalia lived in Spain for 4 years. Before joining the team she volunteered for one year at La Fontaine helping reception class children. She is very excited about her new role and is proud to be part of the team. Natalia enjoys reading, loves watching true story films, pilates classes and days out at the seaside. Chloe Tilbury (Learning Support Assistant - currently on Maternity Leave): Chloe studied for her level 3 National Diploma in Uniformed Public Services at Bromley College to take step into a community and leadership role. Whilst on study leave she volunteered at Primary Schools in her local area to gain experience. She loved the energy of the classroom and the feel of the school community. It was here that she realised her career had to involve supporting children with their learning, life skills and creativity . She worked voluntarily in The London Fire Brigade as a Youth Engagement trainer in order to help disadvantaged children complete a nationally recognised qualification to gain employment. She was inspired by the work that was put into this great cause and it led to her setting up her own Children’s Youth Club in her community for ages 5 to 14 years. She has currently been working in a Primary School as a year 6 LA and Inclusion Assistant for children with behavioural needs and autism.Her experience with disabilities have stemmed form caring for family and friends from a young age who were diagnosed with MS,Cerebral Palsy and Autism. From September 2016 Chloe will be studying for her Foundation Degree in Teaching and Learning in Education for 2 years at Greenwich University. This will lead her on to study for her PGCE as she aspires to become a Primary School Teacher. In Chloe’s free time she is a keen Fundraiser, loves attending dog shows with her Pug puppy, spends quality time with her family and friends and takes part in Pantomimes at Christmas. She is really excited to be part of such a supportive and passionate Academy and being given the opportunity to be able to take a progressive and ambitious step into her future. Moira Young (Learning Support Assistant): Moira has recently completed a Level 3 in Supporting Teaching and Learning in Schools and a Level 3 in Specialist Support at Bromley College. She came to La Fontaine to begin a placement as part of those studies and loved her time with our Reception and Year 1 classes so much that she decided to join the team permanently. Moira has also studied art and worked with some prominent artists and continues to express her creativity through illustration and crafts. She also has experience as an art technician in a specialist school and has worked as an art and design tutor. Moira also assisted with art classes for students of all ages and abilities. Moira is currently studying British Sign Language at Bromley College in the evenings; she hopes it will help students in the future. She lives locally with her partner and their Persian cat. Megan Barnes (Learning Support Assistant) Paula Bilbao (Learning Support Assistant): Paula was born in a small city in the north of Spain in 1992. She realised she loved languages and teaching from a young age. In 2011 she moved to Barcelona to university in order to study Translation and Interpreting for 4 years. In 2015, she went back to her home city and studied Teaching at Deusto University (Bilbao). At the same time she was studying her Master’s Degree, she started working as a freelance translator (Spanish-Basque). In 2016, she got a job as an English and French teacher in a language school in Spain. In June 2017 she moved to England and in September of the same year she started working for a British family, as an au pair. As she wanted to continue studying she did a Postgraduate Degree in “Teaching Spanish to Foreign People” online. During this year, she also volunteered at Dulwich College (London) for a couple of months and discovered some of the main differences in education in England and Spain. Paula’s main objective is to create a comfortable environment where children are not afraid to be themselves. Faraha Eshun (Learning Support Assistant): Faraha graduated in 2016 with a BSc (Hons) in Biomedical Science from the University of Westminster. During her studies she started working as a Science tutor, teaching both Primary and Secondary school students, and worked in this role for 2 years. It was during this role that she was first introduced to and gained a passion for teaching. After graduating she spent some time working with a charity then decided to pursue her love of teaching by returning to tutoring and started teaching Maths also on top of Science. After working with children and hearing about the experiences of her mother- who is a Primary school teacher, Faraha decided that teaching was the career that she wanted to pursue and is very excited to start her school teaching career at La Fontaine. She hopes to train to become a Primary school teacher in the near future. In her spare time Faraha enjoys taking walks, eating out and spending time with friends and family- particularly her growing brood of nieces and nephews! Stacey Beveridge (Volunteer Learning Support Assistant) Jessica Louison (Volunteer Learning Support Assistant) Support Staff Office Premises Family Dining Wrap-Around Office Kathryn Hazzard (Administrative Assistant and Attendance Officer): Kathryn comes from Hertfordshire, but has lived in the Bromley area since 1996. She has gained vast experience in many administrative roles ranging from arranging events at The Natural History Museum to being the Examinations & Attendance Officer at St Olave’s Grammar School in Orpington. Much of Kathryn’s free time is spent with her husband, two teenage children and her two large Rhodesian Ridgeback dogs. Kathryn enjoys being wined and dined and travelling abroad as often as she can. Jacqueline McGill (Administrative Assistant): Jacqueline spent many years working in the City, gaining Secretarial and PA experience for a large firm of Accountants, then working for a busy team of Chartered Surveyors. Since having children, Jaki has had jobs to fit around family life, such as working from home as an administrator and working part time in a local nursery. Now that she has teenagers at secondary school, she is able to focus more of her time and attention to her role as Club Co-Ordinator amongst other things, at La Fontaine Academy. Her spare time is spent walking her dog, regular Powerwave sessions and having 2 boys that play rugby and husband that coaches it, many hours on the side of a rugby pitch! Ricardo Oliveri (Senior ICT Technician): Ricardo has recently moved to the Bromley area after graduating with a product design degree from Bournemouth University. Ricardo comes from a very technological and creative background. Most of Ricardo’s spare time is spent creating illustrations or animations. Ricardo is happy to bring and impart some creative and practical skills to the staff and children. Kohil Puvanenthiran (ICT Technician): Kohil graduated with a BSc in Computing and Information Systems from the University of Portsmouth, and a BTEC HND in Network Engineering and Telecommunication Systems from edexcel He has over 15 years of invaluable experience, and a strong technical background and ability to work with minimum supervision. Having had exposure to a wide range of technologies and being able to play a key role in diagnosing hardware, software and network problems he can ensure that quality solutions meet business objectives. Kohil develops good working relationships with all members of staff, is proactive and as helpful as possible. Other than work time, he spends time with family, watches movies, enjoys sports (cricket) and gardening. Premises John Shell (Caretaker): John grew up in South East London. He lives with his long-term partner and their two children. After working at Thomson Reuters in the City of London for thirteen years as a Correspondence Clerk, John decided to pursue a different career that would allow him to spend more time with his young family. He worked as an Office Furniture Installation Supervisor for two years. Due to having a keen interest in motorcycles, he later pursued a career as a Motorcycle Courier with a press release company delivering press cuttings throughout the City of London for eight years. He enjoys DIY and has spent the last 5 years renovating a 1930s house. In his spare time, he enjoys swimming and off-road mountain biking. Simon Pritchard (Assistant Caretaker) Kelly Kedapey (Cleaner): Kelly is a married and has two children. Prior to joining La Fontaine, she worked in various companies specialising in building/premises health and safety issues. She attended various ICT courses at Lewisham College. She loves caring for children. She likes cooking, travelling, and modelling. Added to her hobbies, and as a make up stylist, she helps family friends in this regard during functions. Nahenda Jorge Bras Da Silva (Cleaner) Kerrie Cruz (Cleaner): Kerry is a mum of 3 wonderful children, the youngest who has just started Nursery and the oldest has just started Year 8 at secondary school. She has a big family so there's always something going on. Kerry enjoys socialising with family and friends, cooking, days out, and the occasional night out. Family Dining Hakim Mestoura (Chef) Emma Willis (Kitchen Assistant): Emma is a mother to one daughter. She loves to cook and bake cakes. Prior to joining La Fontaine, Emma worked as an administrator up until she had her daughter. In her spare time, Emma is a horse rider and enjoys competing her horses with her daughter. Emma also enjoys travelling and visiting new places. Zerha Jagdhar (Kitchen Assistant): Zerha was born in London and now lives in Bromley with her husband and two children. She worked in a Bromley primary school as a midday supervisor for over two years and has also had many years of experience in the retail and catering sectors. She is looking forward to joining the La Fontaine family and is very excited about her new role and the challenges it will bring! Gina Baker (Kitchen Assistant) Wrap-Around Lace Perou (Petit Déjeuner des Champions and STEP Zone Team Leader) Jo Hook (Petit Déjeuner des Champions and STEP Zone Assistant): Jo has lived in Bromley for most of her life, working in retail before having her three sons. She has worked at several schools in the area, at breakfast nad after-school clubs, as well as at a local nursery, supporting a child 1:1 for several months. All these, she's always greatly enjoyed! Seline Yakovleva (Petit Déjeuner des Champions Assistant) Mia Lyseight (STEP Zone Assistant) Sally Taylor (STEP Zone Assistant): After raising her two children, Sally went back to college to study business management, which later helped her to start her own business which she managed for 20 years. Sally's family are important to her and she spends much of her spare time with them. She enjoys travelling and has been to many countries especially in the Far East. She enjoys the outdoors with walking, fishing or cycling most weekends. She loves baking and is often get asked to make birthday cakes for family and friends. She also enjoys painting and decorating.