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Adriane is the MuddyBoots Kids Sports Club Ltd – founder and owner. She is also the team coordinator for our Holiday Camp. Adriane is a very experienced sports coach and has been working in the sports industry for over 13 years.
She has been working as a sports coach for different schools and she also has experience working with children with Special Education Needs. Along with the BA(Hons) Sports Coaching and Early Childhood Studies degree, Adriane also has achieved many sports coaching qualifications including:
Level 1 Volleyball coaching – UKCC
Level 1 Tennis coaching – UKCC
Level 1 Football coaching- FA
Athletics coaching assistant award – UKA
Level 2 Gym instructors – REPs
Level 2 Multi-skills in sports development – UKCC
Safeguarding & Protection Children Level 3
12 Hour Paediatric first aid, DBS and Overseas police checked
In accordance with the 2004 Children Act a minimum staff to child ratio of 1:8 is observed at all times for children under 5s.
David has worked in education for a total of 10 years, completing his first year as Secondary School Physical Education Teacher at The Howard of Effingham School. David Has been working for MuddyBoots since 2017.
Alongside his Ba(Hons) Sports Coaching and Physical Education and PGCE (PE specialist) Dave has achieved the following sporting qualifications:
FA Level 1 in Coaching Football
Level 1 Handball
RFU Rugby Ready Level 1
Level 2 in Refereeing a 15-a-side game
Secondary School Tennis Teaching
12 Hour Paediatric first aid.
David is very enthusiastic and committed individual with a passion for sport, exercise and education. David has experience working with Primary and Secondary school children from University and his current job.
Meet the Teacher Hayley!
Hayley graduated from The University Of Swansea, Wales with a degree in BA Hons Primary Education. During her third year of University, Hayley had the opportunity to teach in America. After graduating at Swansea, she moved to Hillingdon to gain her QTS. She has been teaching for 8 years and has a breadth of experience teaching pupils aged 6-11 years old. Hayley has spent most of her teaching career teaching in state schools but has recently moved into the private sector after shortly relocating into the Epsom area.
She loves contributing to the wider school community through organising weekly sports fixtures for her school and she regularly coaches a netball team.
Hayley is extremely passionate about drama and has worked closely with the Royal Shakespeare Company for two years as part of the LPN (Learning and Performance Network). This involved delivering Shakespeare in a fun and innovative way to all children through drama and role play, allowing her students to perform at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre in Stratford. She loves to make learning motivating and enthusing for every child in her care. Hayley is also extremely creative and thoroughly enjoys arts and crafts. She has a passion for excersize and attends the gym on a regular basis.
Lauren graduated from The University Of Brighton with a degree in BA Hons Physical Education, she remained here for a further year to complete my Post Graduate Certificate in Education in Physical Education to gain her QTS. She has been teaching at Dame Alice Owen’s School since September and have a range of experience teaching pupils at all ages. She is extremely passionate about physical activity and sport and loves sharing this with younger pupils through fun and exciting methods. Although she is passionate about all sporting areas, her passion lies within dance where she has trained in ballet, tap, contemporary, Ballroom and Latin for over 10 years. As a result she has been fortunate to participate within pantomimes, train with the English Youth Ballet and succeed in National Ballroom and Latin competitions. She also enjoys participating in Netball and running to keep fit. She thoroughly enjoy teaching pupils of all ages and aim to ensure that all enjoy learning and are involved.
After living in Spain as a child where she looked after her younger cousins on a regular basis, Sarah knew she was destined to work with children from a young age!
Sarah has worked with children aged between birth and 8 years old for 11 years, carrying out her Diploma in Childcare and Education a College and then receiving a First Class in BA (hons) Degree in Early Years Teaching and Learning a few years later, whilst working as a Teaching Assistant in a Reception Class. Sarah graduated from Kingston University after completing her PGCE. She is now on her third year of teaching in a Primary school and is excited about moving from Reception to Year 1 this academic year.
She is passionate about Early Years and strongly believes that children should opportunities to learn through hands-on, sensory play-based experiences and regardless their age, abilities and backgrounds.
Sarah also speaks Spanish and German! She is very creative person who loves arts, stories, cooking and drama. In her spare time she loves to carry out up cycling projects, art work and is hoping to attend arts classes to develop her skills even further!
Katie graduated with a First Class Honours degree in Physical Education (with qualified teacher status) from the University of Brighton in 2016. She was graded as ‘outstanding’ in all of her teaching placements that she completed as part of her degree. Katie has been teaching PE at The Howard of Effingham School for two years and has a breadth of experience of teaching and coaching young people. Katie loves physical activity and sport, she is extremely passionate about sharing her love of sport with youngsters through fun and engaging methods. Katie’s strengths in sport lie in Hockey, Netball and Swimming. Katie competed in all three sports to a high level in her teens, excelling mostly in Hockey where she represented her region at U17 level and went on to play for the University of Brighton Women’s 1st XI for the four years that she studied there. Katie also regularly umpires Netball games in her spare time. Katie is a diverse teacher who ensures that all children she teaches enjoy learning whilst developing their knowledge, skills and understanding in a safe environment. Central to Katie’s coaching is her belief in the importance of inclusivity and access for all.
Willemein has worked as a Kindergarten teacher in The Netherlands as well as in the UK. Willemein is our coach at Guildford Club.
In Surrey, she has worked at a Primary school were she taught English as a 2nd language . She is also librarian. For the last 13 years, she has been working as a Dance & Movement teacher at ACS Cobham.
Willemien is a full qualified Early Years teacher as well as Forest School Teacher. In addition, she just got a teaching qualification for YOGA for children.
Qualified Primary School Teacher
Fully Qualified Forest School Teacher
Yoga Teacher for children
First Aid trained and DBS checked.
Meet the Teacher Imogen,
Imogen studied at the University of the Arts London And the University of Sheffield. She has a BA in Landscape Architecture with Planning and specialised in 3D design at UAL. After completing her degree, Imogen has worked at ACS International Schools in Cobham for the last seven years. She has had the wonderful opportunity to follow her artistic passions and be the Artist in Residence in the Early Childhood Village at ACS Cobham, creating many exciting pieces with the children including a world mural and an extensive rainforest role play area (among many others). Last year Imogen took Forest School classes across the year group at ACS and has a true love for creative learning outside. She had the opportunity to complete her Primary PGCE at ACS last year learning on the job as a teacher. Imogen’s passions, other than art and nature, are horse riding and cross country running. Imogen loves to keep fit and active and she hopes to inspire the children around me to have a love for nature, animals and a fit and healthy life, full of happiness.
Meet the teacher, Katherine.
Katherine graduated from Canterbury Christ Church University in 2006 with a 1st Class Degree in Primary Education. She now has fourteen years of experience teaching children between the ages of 4-11. She is passionate about Early Years education, ensuring that all children get to experience a vast range of learning opportunities in a natural, playful way. During her time in the classroom, she has been the Assistant Headteacher, Special Needs Coordinator, Early Years Leader and Key Stage One Coordinator. She loves being able to help children grow in their confidence, as well as their understanding, and enjoys getting to know the unique qualities of each child. With two young children of her own, she is very busy, but when she does have spare time, she enjoys to read, cook and go for long walks.
Meet the Camp Assistant, Josh.
Josh has graduated from Kingston college with a BTEC extended diploma in creative media. He has been working at Shrewsbury house pre prep school as a gap student and is continuing to do so this academic year. From this he has gained great experience working with children from ages 3-8. He likes sports but most of all basketball, he trained with Kingston wildcats in order to help him achieve his bronze DofE. He is also currently training to run the Hampton court half marathon in September. Josh has been working at MuddyBoots since 2018.
Meet the teacher, Emma.
Emma is a middle school teacher from South Africa. She has only just moved to England in September 2020. She completed her 4-year teaching degree in 2019, where she majored in Maths & Science. Emma has a burning passion for working with children, she has this natural energy that all children tend to gravitate towards. She is calm , cool and comforting.
Emma LOVES all things sport -anything with a ball and she’s there. She had professional tennis coaching from the age of 7, and has played water polo from the age of 9 – which was her main sport throughout her school career, even attending National Training Camps, representing her province for 4 years , playing in the prestigious Currie Cup tournament and playing for her schools 1st Team for three years. During her gap year she also coached swimming to all groups including learn to swim to stroke correction, hockey and water polo.
Emma is a joy to be around, both for the children as well as the staff. She brings a good energy that is welcomed by all.
She makes children feel comfortable, which enables them to open up and grow in many aspects of their lives, she is able to unleash their full potential. Emma brings out the best in people across the board
Emma is able to work well in a team or individually, she is highly organised and knows what methods work for her.
Meet the teacher, Grace.
Having danced since the age of 6, Grace trained full-time at The School of Ballet Theatre UK before dancing professionally with Atlantic City Ballet and The London Ballet Company. She completed the Certificate in Ballet Teaching Studies with the Royal Academy of Dance in 2019 and holds Registered Teacher Status with the RAD. She has many years of experience working with children of all ages, having taught ballet to students ages 3-18 at various dance
schools in Surrey and London.
Recently, Grace graduated from Durham University with a first in her BSc Psychology degree, where she also held the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for the Performing Arts. During her three years in Durham, Grace represented the university at nationwide dance competitions, choreographed for many different shows, and wrote her own ballet ‘The Four Seasons’ for the Durham University Ballet Company. She also volunteered at a local primary school and
taught ballet lessons online for Girls Friendly charity.
Grace is incredibly passionate about sharing her love of ballet with her students and is looking forward to teaching everyone some new moves. She also loves giving children the chance to express their own creativity, through improvisation and choreography workshops.
She is committed to creating a safe and fun environment for all children and can’t wait to meet everyone at camp!
Meet the Teacher, Eloise.
Eloise studied Primary Education with music at Roehampton University. She has been teaching in the Woking area for 9 years. Previous to this, Eloise taught singing and drama at the drama school Stagecoach. She passed her grade 8 Musical theatre exam as a teenager and this has been a passion of hers ever since. Eloise enjoys keeping fit and even ran the London Marathon in 2019.
Meet the Teacher, Daniel.
Daniel graduated from the University of Portsmouth with a BSC degree in sports and exercise science. He moved back home to London to complete his PGCE at UCL. He is currently teaching at Oaks Park High school as a PE Teacher and Head of Year. He is extremely enthusiastic about PE and loves to share this with all students. Even though Dan teaches a whole variety of sports his expertise lie in teaching and coaching football. He really enjoys working with the kids and staff at Muddyboots Camps!