Hello. I'm Mrs Malhotra and I'm going to be one of your Reception teachers. I am so excited to meet you all. I am very lucky because I have one of the best jobs in the world. Being a teacher is great and I especially love early years, that is my specialism. As well as being a teacher, I am also a mummy. I am a mummy to Nathan, who is 5 years old, and baby Luca who is 6 months old, so most of my day is spent playing and reading stories. I love books, I think that they are very special and I make sure I read everyday. I am currently trying to teach Nathan and Luca how to speak Punjabi because that is the language spoken in my family. Some of my favourite things to do are travelling, dancing, cooking, baking and eating cake. Yum!
Hi I’m Mrs Head! I have been a teacher for 24 years and during that time have taught all primary year groups from Reception to Year 6. I have a psychology degree specialising in child development and a PGCE. I have been working as a teacher at Southborough for 15 years. I have a husband, 2 daughters who are 11 and 13 and a dog called Charlie who I love to walk. As well as this I enjoy, spending time with my friends and family and going on holiday and seeing the world.
Hi, I’m Miss Brooks! I have been teaching for 9 years, and I have been a reception teacher and the Literacy Lead at Southborough for the past 2 years. I love being a reception teacher, and studied Early Years as a specialism at university. In my spare time I like to go horse riding, walk my dog Ozzie and sing (not all at the same time!). I mostly love spending time with my friends and family, and I am very excited to be getting married next year!
Hello, I’m Mrs Wisbey and I have two children, Harry aged 13 and Anabel, 16. I love being outdoors so our school forest school and grounds are great places to be. I like arts and crafts and baking.
Hello my name is Mrs Nart. I have been an Early Years practitioner for over 20 years. I have two children, Eroulla is aged 13 and Enis is 8.
I enjoy reading and love sharing stories with children. I also like spending time with my family. I look forward to meeting you all in September.
Hello, my name is Emily.
I have been working in Early Years since 2010 and have been at Southborough as a Teaching Assistant for just under a year.
I throughly enjoy my role as it gives me the opportunity to support the children’s development, figuring out their individual needs and helping them to learn whilst enjoying their time with us.
In my spare time I like to run, cook and socialise with my family and friends.
I look forward to meeting all the new children that will be joining us at Southborough in September.